MongoDB regained the 4th rank from PostgreSQL this month and is one of the three systems within the top 10 which could improve their score.
from DB-Engines.com Blog http://ift.tt/1sb9rtx
Much of our organizational reporting today looks only at the past. It show us what happened in the past month, most recently completed quarter, or year-to-date. This information has value, but in many cases it would have more value if it would help us look to the future. Often, when decision makers look at past information, they use it to estimate a likely future state.
For example, a CFO looking at the following chart and assume that $2.676M represents ¾ of his total fiscal year sales:
A few months ago I wrote a plea to Microsoft to start the process of modernizing SQL Server Management Studio. As the main application/management tool for interacting with Microsoft's flagship database platform it has lagged behind all other advancement with the product. Since 2005 when released as the evoloution of SQL Server Enterprise Manager it's only (apparently) been upgraded in order to provide base functionality added as features the SQL Server through (now) five releases: SQL Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2014 and now 2016.
June 24, 2015 marked a change in how Community Technology Previews (aka CTPs) are released for Microsoft SQL Server 2016. In his May 27th blog post, CVP of SQL Server Development, T.K.