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Data Integration

Traditional approaches to the process of combining disparate data types into a cohesive, unified, organized view involve manual coding and scripting. The need for Real-Time Business Intelligence and the ability to leverage a wider variety of data sources is driving companies to embrace new ways to achieve Data Integration, including Data Virtualization, Master Data Management, and Integration Automation.



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Kore Technologies will be presenting at a number of higher education technology conferences this year. The solutions to problems that higher ed tech professionals are seeking are ones that Kore has solved in other industries, said Keith Lambert, Kore Technologies' vice president of marketing and business development. "Yes, the software applications are different but nonetheless it's the same root issue."

Posted May 28, 2014

OpenShift Enterprise 2.1, the next generation of Red Hat's on premise platform-as-a-service offering, adds improvements to further enable DevOps practices through the delivery of new capabilities that bring development and operations closer together.

Posted May 27, 2014

Expanding their 23-year relationship, Cisco and Dimension Data will partner to deliver an infrastructure-as-a-service solution that will be packaged with Cisco technology and software-as-a-services applications, including Microsoft SQL Server and SharePoint.

Posted May 27, 2014

It is more important than ever for companies to see the relationships in data, text, video and audio - across different technology types and languages, said Dan Burke, vice president of HP Autonomy in his keynote at Data Summit. According to Burke, 90% of digital content created in 2015 will be unstructured.

Posted May 27, 2014

In a presentation at Data Summit in NYC, Tara Bruckert, director of technology solutions at Attunity, showcased how Kongsberg Maritime implemented a joint Microsoft-Attunity solution with a platform called Kongsberg Information System that includes SQL Server for Embedded Systems as the database platform and Attunity Replicate for data movement.

Posted May 22, 2014

The mobile revolution has revitalized the need for searchable curated content. Mobile internet use and mobile search advertising spend are both predicted to overtake desktop usage and spend this year, and as people change the way they access the internet, they change the way they search.

Posted May 21, 2014

Fast decision-making depends on real-time data movement that allows businesses to gather data from multiple locations into Hadoop as well as conventional data warehouses. Unfortunately, traditional ETL tools use slow data-scraping techniques that put a heavy load on operational systems and cannot meet the low latency required by many businesses.

Posted May 21, 2014

The explosion of machine data has made it impossible for humans to write every rule to detect relevant events. Most of these events are unknown, new (or rather anomalous), or indescribable, and as a result, they go undetected. IT organizations need a mechanism to automatically "tell" users what is happening inside of their data without the administrator's prerequisite knowledge of the event.

Posted May 21, 2014

Henry Olson, director of product management, Embarcadero Technologies, tackled the cultural, technical and methodology gaps between the worlds of data architecture and agile development the challenge of retaining the benefit of data architecture and data modeling in the agile world in a lively presentation at DBTA's Data Summit in NYC that drew numerous follow-on questions from attendees.

Posted May 21, 2014

Great tech conferences provide information on new approaches and thought-provoking - sometimes even uncomfortable - discussions. With three tracks of sessions, preconference workshops and a product showcase, DBTA's 3-day Data Summit conference in NYC allowed attendees to hear what experts really think is important in big data.

Posted May 21, 2014

The challenges of big data quality were discussed at Data Summit in NYC in a session presented by Paula Wiles Sigmon, program director, product marketing, IBM, and Elliot King, who has just authored a Unisphere Research report on how "governance moves data from hype to hope." Increasingly, organizations across industries are adopting formal data governance strategies to get a grip on their data lineage, quality and protection, said Sigmon.

Posted May 21, 2014

In his hard-hitting presentation on big data at Data Summit, Rick Smolan, a Time, Life, and National Geographic photographer, and author of the book, "The Human Face of Big Data," described big data as "the development of a nervous system for the planet," and shared insights about the current impact as well as the potential for the future - of everything that can be measured being measured.

Posted May 21, 2014

In diverse areas ranging from fraud detection to personnel recruitment, said Kamran Khan, CEO, Search Technologies, in his keynote at Data Summit in NYC, search is augmenting big data technologies. The advantage of search, Khan said, is that you can not only iterate faster but also merge structured and unstructured data, and in the process, democratize data access so it is no longer just in the hands of just data scientists.

Posted May 21, 2014

Big data is causing a big shift in three areas - people, process and technology, said SAS thought leader Anne Buff, who gave a keynote at Data Summit dotted with examples of the rich opportunities for greater customer insight that can be achieved as well as the pitfalls lying in wait for companies that fail to use their data wisely.

Posted May 21, 2014

Couchbase Mobile is a new suite of products that combines mobile data synchronization and a native NoSQL mobile database. According to Couchbase, the products are designed to eliminate the network connection as a limitation for application features in order to meet the always-on expectations of today's users.

Posted May 21, 2014

Delphix has formed a new partnership with DBmaestro to increase the speed and lower the cost of application development. According to the companies, teams or individual developers can work in parallel, with an enforced version control process, making sure best practices are followed, and integrating and merging their individual database changes, thus completing application development projects in less time and with lower cost.

Posted May 20, 2014

The latest version of the Lavastorm Analytics Engine, a data discovery solution, helps provide business users with quick access to the data needed to discover business insights. According to Lavastorm, while organizations seek to leverage analytics to transform disparate and big data into a business driver, there still remains a struggle to provide business users with quick access to the data needed to discover business insights.

Posted May 20, 2014

To help simplify solution implementation, increase productivity and accelerate time to value with Oracle engineered systems for clients, Accenture is acquiring Enkitec, an Oracle Platinum partner specializing in Oracle Exadata implementations and Oracle database administration and development.

Posted May 20, 2014

Unlike other awards programs which rely on our editorial and publishing staff's evaluations, the DBTA Readers' Choice Awards are unique in that the winning information management solutions are chosen by you—the people who actually use them. The voting period ends soon, so if you haven't already done so, now is the time to make your voice heard.

Posted May 19, 2014

Oracle has agreed to acquire GreenBytes, a provider of ZFS technology founded in 2007 with domain expertise in deduplication, replication, and virtualization. Oracle said that GreenBytes' technology complements its own storage solutions and is expected to enhance Oracle's ZFS Storage Appliances. The transaction is expected to close in the first half of 2014.

Posted May 19, 2014

Oracle is offering a technology preview of an OpenStack distribution that allows Oracle Linux and Oracle VM users to work with the open source cloud software. The distribution is delivered as part of the Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Premier Support offerings, at no additional cost.

Posted May 14, 2014

Extending organizations' ability to gain insight from a range of data sources and applications, Oracle has announced the latest release of Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Applications, which adds new ways to analyze procurement data, and a new module for analyzing talent.

Posted May 14, 2014

Providing customers with turnkey sales and support - including installation, upgrades, training and system maintenance - GSI, Inc., a Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), is now distributing Oracle's JD Edwards software.

Posted May 14, 2014

The Internet of Things is resulting in more customer data at executives' fingertips than ever before. In 2009, there were 2.5 billion things connected to the internet, creating data. That number will explode to 30 billion things by 2020. So how can businesses harness the power of all that customer data being generated by this new networked reality to create insights that help build lifelong customer relationships? And how can they keep from being overwhelmed by all that noise?

Posted May 14, 2014

Dell KACE K1000 version 6.0 enables organizations to boost their Internet of Things (IoT) readiness with new features that provide greater visibility across their entire IT infrastructure, and create a foundation for improved endpoint security.

Posted May 13, 2014

Concurrent CEO Gary Nakamura says the latest release of Cascading will give enterprises the flexibility to build data-oriented applications on Hadoop once, and then run the applications on the platform that best meets their business needs. "What we are providing is a standard way to develop data-centric applications without the risk of having to rewrite those applications when distributions or the providers of the computation engines underneath it change direction one day."

Posted May 13, 2014

ParStream, provider of a real time database for fast analytics, and BI vendor Yellowfin, have formed a new alliance. The alliance will enable organizations to process massive amounts of stored and streaming data, in structured and semi-structured formats, in real-time, which can then be delivered throughout the enterprise in the form of visualizations to support decision-makers with timely, fact-based actionable intelligence.

Posted May 13, 2014

New Cloudera certification enables customers to use Tungsten Replicator 3.0 to replicate transactions from operational database systems such as MySQL, MariaDB and Oracle to Cloudera Enterprise 5 in real-time. The Cloudera certification confirms that the data replicated by Tungsten Replicator matches the source and target to ensure data quality, and does not stress either side of the replication stream in the process.

Posted May 12, 2014

DataStax and Databricks are partnering to integrate Cassandra and Spark. "More and more, we see customers in the community wanting to do analytics on data in as real time as possible. That is what this is really about," said Martin Van Ryswyk, executive vice president of engineering, DataStax.

Posted May 12, 2014

The value proposition for the Splice Machine database, according to Monte Zweben, CEO and cofounder of Splice Machine, is that it enables companies to replace traditional RDBMSs when they hit a wall, either from a performance or cost perspective, with a full-featured, transactional SQL database on Hadoop, to power both operational applications and real-time analytics.

Posted May 12, 2014

More than 30 new cloud services have been added to IBM's BlueMix Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), which is designed to help developers more quickly integrate applications and speed deployment of new cloud services. IBM is leveraging BlueMix's foundation on SoftLayer for this expansion.

Posted May 12, 2014

New offerings from IBM are intended to help enterprise developers more rapidly design, deliver and deploy secure mobile apps. The new offerings include additions to IBM's MobileFirst Application Development portfolio, new industry-specific IBM Ready Apps, and the opening of 18 IBM MobileFirst studios around the world to help businesses accelerate mobile initiatives.

Posted May 12, 2014

TIBCO Software Inc. says its acquisition of Jaspersoft Corp. accelerates its expansion into embedded business intelligence and reporting, giving the company the portfolio needed to address two fast-growing segments of the business intelligence market.

Posted May 12, 2014

A majority of executives want to make their companies data-driven but have no idea how to go about it, according to SiSense co-founder and CPO Elad Israeli, who will cover what's needed to plan a big data project at Data Summit, taking place in New York City, May 12-14. Despite the potential rewards, a solid strategy is needed before jumping into a big data project, Israeli cautions.

Posted May 09, 2014

It's an inevitable fact that every software system will have problems, but an enterprise-grade Hadoop infrastructure puts minimizing and managing these system errors at the forefront. When considering a distribution's dependability, you should evaluate a Hadoop distribution's position in five foundational necessities.

Posted May 08, 2014

The "Internet of Things" (IoT) is shifting from aspirational buzzword to a concrete and lucrative market. New-generation computing devices require new types of operating systems and networks. While many have been initially based on some variation of the Linux OS and connect using existing Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless protocols, new operating systems and networking protocols are emerging.

Posted May 08, 2014

Finding the means to harmonize conflicting processing requirements is where a design comes alive. When done well, providing symmetry to a suite of processes greatly empowers those who develop and maintain those processes; changes and enhancement arise seemingly in the blink of an eye. In ETL, there are three key principles to driving exceptional design.

Posted May 08, 2014

Presenting workshops, thought-provoking keynotes, and information packed sessions led by industry experts, DBTA's Data Summit kicks off Monday, May 12.

Posted May 08, 2014

MongoDB's Kelly Stirman and Cloudera's Yuri Bukhan recently talked with DBTA about the companies' new partnership and what it will mean for the big data ecosystem in the future. There is a need to demistify big data, they say, so that organizations can understand what technologies are right for their individual needs.

Posted May 08, 2014

At an event in NYC, Oracle president Mark Hurd and EVP John Fowler unveiled Solaris 11.2, which represents an evolution from operating system to a complete platform, they said. The phenomena of cloud and engineered systems are driven by the same requirement, which is the need to transfer work from the IT budget to the R&D budget to make things work more efficiently, observed Hurd, who asked, "Who really wants to glue an operating system to a server?"

Posted May 08, 2014

Supporting a ‘develop once, deploy anywhere' approach, BlueFinity International has launched Evoke, a new product that provides developers with a toolset for all application delivery platforms.

Posted May 08, 2014

Entrinsik, developer of Informer agile operational reporting and business intelligence software, has formed a partnership with SugarCRM, provider of customer relationship management (CRM) solution. Delivered with pre-configured mappings and sample reports, Informer software provides real-time reporting, data analysis and interactive dashboards to extend the value of customers' SugarCRM systems.

Posted May 08, 2014

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