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Hardware and software that support the efficient consolidation of data from multiple sources in a Data Warehouse for Reporting and Analytics include ETL (Extract, Transform, Load), EAI (Enterprise Application Integration), CDC (Change Data Capture), Data Replication, Data Deduplication, Compression, Big Data technologies such as Hadoop and MapReduce, and Data Warehouse Appliances.



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Hitachi Consulting, a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., a Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), and provider of consulting-led solutions and services, has been named an OPN Cloud Elite partner. Joining a small number of Oracle partners who have attained this designation, Hitachi Consulting earned the status by achieving a set of criteria that demonstrate its full investment in Oracle Cloud solutions.

Posted April 03, 2018

Not many companies have the opportunity to take a greenfield approach to data architecture. Most have "accidental architectures" that were never really intentionally designed at all, but instead have been built up over time across different eras of data management, according Rick Sherman, managing partner of Athena IT Solutions. But fragmented architectures can still be improved, says Sherman, who will present a talk titled "Designing a Data Architecture for Modern Business Intelligence and Analytics" at Data Summit.

Posted March 29, 2018

It's time to vote for the annual Database Trends and Applications Readers' Choice Awards Program in which the winning information management solutions, products, and services are chosen by you—the people who actually use them. This year, there are 27 categories in which to vote—providing plenty of opportunity for the recognition of both well-established products as well as new and cutting-edge technologies.

Posted March 28, 2018

With more big data options than ever before we are now in the post-relational database era, according to David Teplow, CEO, Integra Technology Consulting. However, professionals aren't done with relational database management systems (RDBMS) and are utilizing Hadoop, HBase, Cassandra, MongoDB and more, alongside tried and true RDBMS solutions.Teplow will discuss the rise of Hadoop and other massively parallel processing architectures during his Data Summit 2018 session titled, "SQL's Sequel: Hadoop and the Post-Relational Revolution."

Posted March 28, 2018

Oracle executive chairman and CTO Larry Ellison announced the availability of the first service based on the new Oracle Autonomous Database during a presentation at Oracle headquarters. Described as "the world's first self-driving, self-securing, self-repairing database cloud service," the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud uses machine learning to deliver performance, security, and availability with no human intervention.  

Posted March 28, 2018

Redgate Software, a Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor, is updating its SQL Monitor solution, adding capabilities that allow it to integrate with the deployment tools in Redgate's portfolio. The new deployment capability is important because the increased frequency of releases that DevOps enables means companies and organizations are shifting from big deployments to smaller ones.

Posted March 27, 2018

We live in a new world today, with unique challenges heretofore unseen in information technology. To remain at the expected technological apex, organizations should ask themselves these questions.

Posted March 26, 2018

CloudJumper, a Workspace as a Service (WaaS) platform provider for agile business IT, is adding new features and capabilities to its Cloud Workspace WaaS and App Services platform. The newest generation of Cloud Workspace WaaS by CloudJumper reduces the costs and complexity associated with deploying WaaS in businesses ranging from SMBs to the enterprise.

Posted March 22, 2018

Syncsort, a provider of "Big Iron to Big Data" software, is releasing new innovations in its Ironstream data integration software. The new updates include the ability to deliver mainframe log and application data in real-time directly to Elastic Logstash.

Posted March 21, 2018

Data is considered the cornerstone of every institution. The premise has been that the more data companies can gather, the more return on investment. However, businesses must now contend with regulations to safeguard that data. Kristina Podnar, digital policy advisor at NativeTrust Consulting, will address the need to govern big data and how to successfully adopt new policies during her Data Summit 2018 session titled, "GDPR: Writing Policy for Big Data."

Posted March 21, 2018

Data strategy is a commonly misunderstood term and everybody defines it differently.  But to really harness the power of your data, you need a solid strategy that incorporates everything—from security to data governance to choosing the right technologies, says Lynda Partner, VP, Marketing & Analytics as a Service, Pythian, who will present a talk at Data Summit 2018 titled "The Business of Data: Defining Your Strategy."

Posted March 20, 2018

Today, the average enterprise is being flooded with data streams as they come in from a variety of endpoints from smart devices and sensor networks, to web logs and financial transactions. DBTA recently held a webinar featuring Brian Bulkowski, co-founder and CTO, Aerospike, and Dan Potter, VP product management and marketing, Attunity, to educate its readers about the key ingredients for success in building a fast data system.

Posted March 16, 2018

Companies are collecting vast troves of information about their customers today, but to leverage the full value of that information they need the right tools and technologies, according to Zak Pines, VP-Marketing, Bedrock Data, who will present a session at Data Summit titled "Overcoming Data Silos to Get a Unified View of Customers."

Posted March 16, 2018

Every organization is unique. So is every Oracle user. Enter COLLABORATE 18: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community (April 22-26 in Las Vegas). Designed to serve the evolving educational needs of today's users, COLLABORATE offers 12,00 informative sessions and events carefully selected by volunteers, Oracle pros themselves, from a global call for content. While there's no "one-size-fits-all," there is something for everyone.

Posted March 14, 2018

Presented once each year by three major Oracle users groups—Independent Oracle Users Group, Oracle Applications Users Group, and Quest International Users Group—COLLABORATE is one event focused solely on the spectrum of Oracle technologies and solutions that you can count on to get information from experts and fellow users about practical implications, real-world use cases, and how to benefit from new solutions and overcome difficulties you may be having.

Posted March 14, 2018

An abundance of database types are flourishing so much so that those who tout "polyglot persistence" insist that one size cannot fit all and focus on integrating multiple data stores. However, multi-model databases are also on the rise and may be a better fit than using multiple data stores. Jeff Fried, CTO, BA Insight will discuss the pros and cons of both approaches at Data Summit 2018 during his session titled, "Polyglot Persistence Versus Multi-Model Databases."

Posted March 14, 2018

BMC, a provider of IT solutions for the digital enterprise, is expanding its Control-M Managed File Transfer offering to include support for all file transfers from a single automation platform. With BMC's Control-M solution, companies have instant visibility into the status of file transfers and business application workloads.

Posted March 09, 2018

It's time to submit nominations for the annual Database Trends and Applications Readers' Choice Awards Program in which the winning information management solutions, products, and services are chosen by you—the people who actually use them. This year, there are 28 categories in which to submit nominations.

Posted March 07, 2018

DBAs may think that machine learning cannot possibly perform all of their tasks and but it is entirely feasible and likely that the machine learning functionalities will perform all of the tasks of an operational DBA - or will very soon, writes Eric Mader in the fourth installment of a six-part article series by editors of IOUG SELECT and Big Data Quarterly on "The Changing Role of the Modern DBA."

Posted March 07, 2018

Take advantage of the many opportunities for peer interaction through panel discussions and provocative talks at this year's Data Summit conference. This unique event brings together IT practitioners and business stakeholders from all types of organizations.

Posted March 07, 2018

The term "big data" has been bandied about for a number of years now, to the point where it has been used so much that it is a part of IT culture. Hard to specifically define, yet everyone seems to have a good idea what is meant by it, big data is here to stay. And that is a good thing!

Posted March 07, 2018

Startups with a mission to address an unanswered problem continue to emerge in the tech sector. These companies tap into new and still emerging technologies such as cloud, IoT, machine learning, containerization, AI, NoSQL, and blockchain to provide fresh solutions that simply were not possible before.

Posted March 07, 2018

A new Unisphere Research survey sponsored by Quest Software looks at the changing role of the DBA in light of new challenges in database administration ("DBAs Face New Challenges: Trends in Database Administration"). For years, DBAs' primary responsibilities have been aimed at ensuring that data is safely, securely, accurately, and appropriately stored, managed, and maintained. However, with the rise of new data types and increasing data volumes, data environments are changing, and so, too, are the roles of DBAs.

Posted March 05, 2018

MariaDB Corporation is creating a research division that tackles the most extreme challenges in the database field and will partner with Intel on its inaugural initiative. Dubbed MariaDB Labs, the division will bring together world-class experts and industry leaders to make discoveries that spawn new use cases.

Posted February 26, 2018

Qubole, which provides cloud big data-as-a-service, and Snowflake Computing, which provides a data warehouse built for the cloud, are partnering to enable customers to use Apache Spark in Qubole with data stored in Snowflake.

Posted February 22, 2018

It's no secret that data management has changed dramatically in the nearly 10 years since the onslaught of "big data." A decade ago, the relational database management system (RDBMS) ruled the enterprise.  Today, polyglot persistence is the mandate, and innovative NoSQL and NewSQL databases, cloud services, and data processing technologies have arisen alongside stalwart RDBMSs, data warehouses, and traditional on-premise deployments. However, despite the increasingly challenging data environment, experts agree, opportunities for DBAs abound—provided they are willing to continue learning and growing and to step in to fill gaps where they open up.

Posted February 22, 2018

At CloudWorld in New York, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd provided an overview of the state of the IT market and offered four predictions for the enterprise technology changes that can be expected by 2020-2025.

Posted February 21, 2018

The worldwide cognitive systems and artificial intelligence revenue has been forecast to grow beyond $47 billion in 2020, changing how we live and work dramatically. Will you be ready? Cognitive Computing Summit is coming to Boston in May to provide a 2-day immersion into the cognitive computing use cases, strategies, and software that every organization should know about now. 

Posted February 09, 2018

Oracle has announced the Oracle Database Security Assessment Tool (DBSAT) to help organizations assess the security configuration of their databases, identify sensitive data, and evaluate database users for risk exposure.  

Posted February 07, 2018

DH2i, a provider of multi-platform disaster recovery and cost improvement solutions, is being added to Microsoft's SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Partners List. The SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Partner List includes DH2i's DxEnterprise software, a unified Windows and Linux Smart Availability solution for databases and stateful Docker containers. 

Posted February 05, 2018

It's no secret that data management has changed dramatically in the nearly 10 years since the onslaught of "big data." Nonetheless, experts agree, there has never been a better time to be a DBA—provided you are willing to continue learning and growing and to step in to fill gaps where they open up.

Posted February 05, 2018

The industrial revolution has given way to the digital age but, how do traditional factories weather the storm of this change? Modern demands require manufacturers to have the ability to support faster production, vary product output at a moment's notice, lower power consumption, and eliminate waste all while improving throughput and efficiency.

Posted February 02, 2018

An astounding array of new technologies and approaches have emerged on the database scene over the past few years that promise to turn the next 12 months into a time of unprecedented transformation for the database landscape. There are new developments, along with reinforcement of tried-and-true technologies, some of which may help make the jobs of data managers just a bit easier.

Posted February 01, 2018

A new study conducted by Unisphere Research and sponsored by Quest Software examines the challenges being faced by database administrators (DBAs) and other data professionals who have long been the key guardians of companies' critical data assets. DBAs' primary responsibilities have been aimed at ensuring that data is safely, securely, accurately, and appropriately stored, managed, and maintained. However, over the last 10 years, major trends in technology have shaped—and reshaped—the ongoing role of the DBA in many organizations, according to the study, "DBAs Face New Challenges: Trends in Database Administration."

Posted January 25, 2018

The CTO of a major database vendor recently stated at a conference that basically DBAs would soon be out of a job. The gist of the keynote was autopilot flies better than humans, autonomous cars will be safer, so why would we not do the same for our databases (remove the human error)? What is the validity of this line of thought, and how might it be implemented? What does an autonomous database look like?

Posted January 24, 2018

IBM and Salesforce, a provider of CRM, are expanding their strategic partnership, bringing together IBM Cloud and Watson services with Salesforce Quip and Salesforce Service Cloud Einstein. The move will enable companies to connect with their customers and collaborate more effectively with deeper insights.

Posted January 19, 2018

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