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Introducing the MonetDB RESTful proxy

Since the release of the MonetDB Node.js module, we embarked on a small project to provide a RESTful interface to MonetDB. The MonetDB RESTful Proxy [1] [2] gives you a REST interface to access common database functionality.  In addition the proxy has an extended functionality for easier handling of JSON documents.

MonetDB Jul2015 released

The MonetDB team at CWI & MonetDB Solutions is pleased to announce the Jul2015 feature release of the MonetDB suite of programs. The plethora of platforms to be supported and OS upgrades called for a slight delay in our release cycle. A number of issues have been dealt with and a couple of highly interesting features have been included for the community to try out. Here are highlights of some of the changes in this release.

Astronomical data analysis with MonetDB Data Vaults

MonetDB Data Vaults (DV) are database-attached external files or file repositories [1]. Based on a concept similar to SQL/MED, they can be used for managing external data. One of the primary purposes of a data vault is to allow faster and easier processing of data stored in large file repositories.

MonetDB Oct2014-SP3 released

The MonetDB team at CWI/MonetDB BV is pleased to announce the Oct2014-SP3 release of the MonetDB suite of programs.

Here are highlights of some of the changes in this release:

PhD awarded to Holger Pirk for his work on Managing Relational Data in Asymmetric Memories

Holger Pirk was awarded a PhD today (2015-05-01) for his on work on investigating the management of relational data in modern hardware and how data processing performance can be improved. He developed a new processing model using the basic MonetDB BATs, which in this case are not treaded as memory mapped files, but each value is decomposed into relevant (leading) bits and residual bits. The fast memory (usually attached to a GPU) holds the relevant bits, while the residual bits are stored in the slower CPU memory.

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