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  • ODBC Drivers for Mac and Linux Released

    by Eric Madariaga | November 28, 2017

    Now you can easily connect popular Mac and Linux applications to NoSQL, Big Data, and SaaS data through ODBC. We are happy to announce that we have started shipping our unicode enabled 32/64-bit ODBC 3.8 compliant Drivers for Mac and Linux. If you use popular Mac or Linux based business i... [read more]

  • Replicate NetSuite to RDBMS to Facilitate Operational Reporting in Tableau

    by Jerod Johnson | November 27, 2017

    As a NetSuite user, you may want to use data visualization tools beyond those offered directly by NetSuite, or you may want to create visualizations that combine your NetSuite data with data from another source. CData Software can help with both situations. With CData Sync, users are free... [read more]

  • Data Connectivity with Go

    by Jerod Johnson | November 10, 2017

    Eight years ago, today, the Go programming language was released as an open source project. Since then the interest in Go has grown by leaps and bounds, launching its way into the 10 most popular languages on GitHub. Go is expressive and efficient, using potent concurrency mechanisms to e... [read more]

  • The Fastest Databases Need the Fastest Drivers

    by Eric Madariaga | November 01, 2017

    CData Partners with Redis Labs to Introduce New Drivers for ODBC, JDBC ADO.NET Today we are excited to announce the availability of new ODBC, JDBC, and ADO.NET drivers for Redis, the widely adopted open source high-performance in-memory data store used as a database, cache or message brok... [read more]

  • Million Row Challenge: BigQuery & Redshift

    by Eric Madariaga | October 31, 2017

    Million Row Challenge: BigQuery Redshift We have already demonstrated that our drivers are unmatched when it comes to read performance, especially when working with large data sets. However, many of our customers use enterprise ETL or Data Warehousing solutions and require high-performance... [read more]