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Information Security solutions protect enterprise and government data and help address the need for compliance with Government and Industry requirements in physical and virtual systems. Security technologies that help protect against misuse by external hackers and internal privileged users include Data Masking, Data Encryption, Identity Management, Degaussing, Firewalls, Auditing, and Mandatory Access Controls.



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Time series databases are optimized for collecting, storing, retrieving, and processing time series data. It's critical that businesses use a time series database for time series data and not one of the traditional data stores. DBTA recently held a webinar with Daniella Pontes, product manager, InfluxData, who discussed how Time Series Databases are built with specific workloads and requirements in mind, including the ability to ingest millions of data points per second.

Posted June 17, 2019

MariaDB is releasing MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.4, code named "Restful Nights" for the peace of mind it brings enterprise customers. The new MariaDB Enterprise Server includes added functionality for enterprises running MariaDB at scale in production environments, involves new levels of testing, and is shipped in a configuration that is secure by default.

Posted June 11, 2019

An organizational shift is necessary to adapt to constantly changing regulatory requirements and satisfy new ethical concerns. Google's stiff fine for non-compliance with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has demonstrated the potential impact on a company's bottom line in a way that has made GDPR a topic of discussion in many corporate boardrooms. Yet, a recent study by IT Governance revealed that only 29% of European-based organizations are GDPR-compliant.

Posted June 10, 2019

As the volume of digital information being produced across industries grows at record rates, databases are becoming more integral to organizations than ever before. These data stores contain the lifeblood of an organization and the sensitive information within them must be protected from improper access and breaches, which continue to rise in frequency. In 2017, there were more than 1,500 data breaches reported in the U.S. alone—nearly a 45% increase year-over-year—and according to the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of a data breach rose to $3.86 million.

Posted June 10, 2019

Over the past several years, we have seen a tremendous amount of pressure from consumers (and now regulators) regarding how organizations manage content, especially when that content contains information about employees, consumers, and any number of other individuals whose data has made its way into enterprise data stores. Although the enactment of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 seemed to monopolize public discussion, we have seen a multitude of other newsworthy moments since then.

Posted June 10, 2019

At times, there is a need to have security within the database be a bit more sophisticated than what is available.  On specific tables, there may be a need to limit access to a subset of rows, or a subset of columns to specific users. Yes indeed, views have always existed, and yes indeed, views can be established limiting rows or columns displayed. However, views only can go so far.

Posted June 10, 2019

Managing Oracle databases in the cloud may require some adjustments to the way you are used to doing things, so there is likely a learning curve when adding the additional tasks discussed in this article. In the end, database services in OCI are engineered to save time and avoid problems, among other things, so it is definitely worth the investment.

Posted June 10, 2019

Cockroach Labs, the company behind CockroachDB, is partnering with AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud, Rackspace, Oracle Cloud, Digital Ocean, and Openshift to enable customers to deploy hybrid/multi-cloud databases that take advantage of the industry-leading advances in consistency, scalability, resilience and data locality delivered by CockroachDB.

Posted June 10, 2019

Data lake adoption is on the rise. Right now, 38% of DBTA subscribers have data lakes deployed to support data science, data discovery and real-time analytics initiatives, and another 20% are considering adoption. Today, most data lakes are on-premises. However, the cloud is becoming an increasingly attractive location as well. While data lakes have evolved and matured over the past few years of enterprise use, many challenges still exist.

Posted June 06, 2019

DBTA's next Data Summit conference will be held May 19-20, 2020, with pre-conference workshops on Monday, May 18. The conference will return to the Hyatt Regency Boston.

Posted June 06, 2019

AtScale, the data warehouse virtualization company, is releasing AtScale 2019.1, featuring updates such as native multi-dimensional support for Microsoft Power BI, data warehouse platform support for Teradata and PostgreSQL, and more. Following recent innovations announced in Q1 2019, including AtScale's integration with Snowflake's cloud-built data warehouse, AtScale 2019.1 further enables enterprises to modernize operational analytics and business intelligence data across on-premise, hybrid-cloud, and multi-cloud deployments.

Posted June 06, 2019

Toad for Oracle SDP enables DBAs to detect and receive notification of PII data residing in databases, select encryption and redaction options immediately after detection, and perform ongoing monitoring to proactively manage databases. With greater visibility and insight into where sensitive data resides, Quest says, DBAs can maintain stronger security and have greater confidence in meeting compliance regulations and standards

Posted June 05, 2019

SolarWinds, a provider of IT management software, is adding a broad refresh to its network management portfolio, boosting network security features and more. The addition of Network Insight support for Palo Alto Networks and key enhancements to the SolarWinds Orion Platform bring greater data visibility and scalability to IT pros.

Posted June 04, 2019

Datical, a provider of database release automation solutions, is receiving a patent number for its Database Change Management Simulator. The patented technology proactively forecasts and determines the impact of database schema and stored procedure changes before they are deployed.

Posted May 31, 2019

OwnBackup, a backup and recovery vendor, is closing a $23.25 million Series C round of financing that will be used to meet escalating market demand for the company's solutions. This round is being co-led by Insight Venture Partners and Vertex Ventures. Existing investors Innovation Endeavors, Oryzn Capital and Salesforce Ventures also participated in the round.

Posted May 30, 2019

JetStream Software Inc., a provider of cloud data protection, is receiving Series A funding of $7.7 million to advance the company's unique technologies. The company's platform enables managed service providers (MSPs) and cloud service providers (CSPs) to deliver disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) and continuous data protection to enterprise customers, government agencies, and research and educational organizations.

Posted May 28, 2019

Following up on IBM's announcement of Tailored Fit Pricing for IBM Z, John McKenny, VP of Strategy for ZSolutions Optimization at BMC, commented on the significance of the new offerings in a BMC blog post. BMC supports the new Tailored Fit Pricing model because it will help an increasing number of enterprises continue to grow and build new services on top of their mainframes as well as re-ignite interest in using the platform as an integral part of today's hybrid cloud strategies, McKenny noted.

Posted May 28, 2019

IBM has unveiled new services and capabilities for IBM Z, which, the company says, will further position it as a center point of a secured hybrid cloud strategy. According to Ross Mauri, general manager for IBM Z, who made the announcement in an IBM Infrastructure blog post, the new offerings include three major elements. IBM sees "secured hybrid and multicloud as the future of enterprise IT, and IBM Z is at the center," said Mauri.

Posted May 28, 2019

GigaSpaces, the provider of InsightEdge, has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification for the Insight Edge In-Memory Computing Platform. Red Hat OpenShift's cloud-agnostic support combined with GigaSpaces multi-region and cloud replication module can improve the efficiency of enterprises' cloud and multi-cloud migration initiatives by helping to optimize bandwidth and reduce data transfer costs between regions and cloud providers. 

Posted May 28, 2019

NetApp, a provider of hybrid cloud data services, is releasing NetApp ONTAP 9.6, the new midrange, end-to-end NVMe AFF A320 storage system and an expanded portfolio of services.

Posted May 28, 2019

Dynatrace, a software intelligence company, is providing support for Red Hat OpenShift 4, the next generation of Red Hat's enterprise Kubernetes platform. Dynatrace's Software Intelligence platform automatically monitors and analyzes containers and the microservices running inside of them across the entire Red Hat OpenShift 4 Kubernetes environment and underlying multi-cloud infrastructure with no blind spots. Dynatrace

Posted May 28, 2019

Red Hat is contributing to Microsoft KEDA, a new open source project aimed at providing an event-driven scale capability for any container workload. Using KEDA, Red Hat puts Azure Functions on top of its OpenShift Container Platform in Developer Preview. It is designed to behave the same way it does when running on Azure as a managed service, but now running anywhere OpenShift runs, which means on the hybrid cloud and on-premises.

Posted May 28, 2019

Due to exponentially growing data stores, organizations today are facing slowdowns and bottlenecks at peak processing times, with queries taking hours or days. Some complex queries simply cannot be executed. Data often requires tedious and time-consuming preparation before queries can be run. David Leichner, CMO, SQream, demonstrated how the power of GPUs can help conquer these challenges with his presentation, "Accelerating Analytics in a New Era of Data," during Data Summit 2019.

Posted May 24, 2019

DataOps is still a relatively new concept, it combines people, processes, and technology to build and enhance data analytics. At Data Summit 2019 Kevin Petrie, Senior Director of Marketing, Attunity, Inc., explored the the five key steps necessary to be successful with DataOps, including the process and cultural shift required during his session, "Five Key Requirements for DataOps Success."

Posted May 24, 2019

As Data Summit 2019 comes to a close, John O'Brien, principal advisor and CEO, Radiant Advisors, looked at lessons learned from this year's conference during his closing keynote. Companies are not lacking in technology options; in most cases, more advanced technologies exist than can be absorbed into the organization all at once.

Posted May 23, 2019

As we move into a new computing era, technology has outstripped society in its ability to up-end labor markets and industries, as well as personal lives. In a panel discussion at Data Summit 2019, Sue Feldman, president, Synthexis, David Bayer, Executive Director, Cognitive Computing Consortium, Tom Wilde, CEO, Indico, and Steven Cohen, COO, co-founder, Basis Technology, explored the ethical and legal issues that computing advances have raised.

Posted May 22, 2019

There are new technologies that contribute to speed and scale of a modern data platform. But as data size and complexity increase with Big Data, data quality and data integration issues must still be addressed. At Data Summit 2019 Prakriteswar Santikary, VP & Global Chief Data Officer, ERT discussed how to create the architecture of a modern, cloud-based, real-time data integration and analytics platform that ingests any type of clinical data (structured, unstructured, binary, lab values, etc.) at scale from any data sources, during his presentation, "Designing a Fast, Scalable Data Platform."

Posted May 22, 2019

Container usage is now being adopted by organizations of all sizes, from small startups to companies with huge, established microservices platforms. At Data Summit 2019 Jeff Fried, director of product management, Intersystems and BA Insight, MIT, and Joe Carroll, product specialist, InterSystems, presented their session, "Understanding Database Containerization," focusing on helping practitioners navigate the minefield of database containerization and avoid some of the major pitfalls that can occur.

Posted May 22, 2019

The second day of Data Summit 2019 opened up with "Data and Donuts," a presentation featuring Paul Wolmering, VP worldwide sales engineering, Actian Corporation. His discussion focused on next-generation cloud data warehousing and what it takes to deliver insights from real-time data economically and at scale with hybrid data regardless of location, in the cloud, on-premises or both.

Posted May 22, 2019

Enterprise agility isn't a single initiative but rather a collection of activities and technologies that lead toward that goal. This includes adoption of microservices, containers, and Kubernetes to increase the flexibility of systems, applications, and data by releasing them from underlying hardware. In addition, practices such as DevOps are helping to increase the level of collaboration possible for fast-moving enterprises.

Posted May 22, 2019

Whether the enterprise is completely new to machine learning (ML) or it has already trained and deployed a model from scratch, Google Cloud Platform has a variety of tools to help the company start using ML right now. Sara Robinson, developer advocate, Google, centered her presentation around the basics of machine learning during her Data Summit 2019 presentation, "Exploring Machine Learning on the Google Cloud Platform."

Posted May 21, 2019

The customer experience (CX) is prime territory for employing AI technologies. Built upon mobile use and location data, bot services help customers with a variety of services, ranging from in-room amenities and dinner reservations to event tickets.

Posted May 21, 2019

The world of data management and administration is rapidly changing as organizations digitally transform. In a presentation at Data Summit 2019, Craig S. Mullins, Craig S. Mullins, president & principal consultant, Mullins Consulting, Inc., looked at how database management systems are changing and adapting to modern IT needs.

Posted May 21, 2019

Emerging technologies such as AI, IoT, and machine learning are changing what is knowable about customers. At the same time, the frequency of data misuse is leading government entities and individuals to demand higher standards of accountability.

Posted May 21, 2019

Data science, the ability to sift through massive amounts of data to discover hidden patterns and predict future trends, may be in demand, but it requires an understanding of many different elements of data analysis. Extracting actionable knowledge from all your data to make decisions and predictions requires a number of skills, from statistics and programming to data visualization and business domain expertise.

Posted May 20, 2019

Security operation centers (SOCs) are grappling with the demands of a growing threat landscape.

Posted May 16, 2019

Keep your eye on the ball! Good eye! Way to watch! Baseball season is in full swing (pun maybe intended) and, with three sons, I have begun to hear these phrases in my sleep. Enough so that it sent me down a rabbit hole of curiosity. I began looking for the origin of the phrase "Keep your eye on the ball." Turns out, there is an interesting parallel with data governance.

Posted May 16, 2019

SnapLogic is releasing the May 2019 version of the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform, extending its leadership in AI-enabled integration. This latest release adds several new core platform, API management, and data science capabilities, driving greater productivity and insights for users while accelerating enterprise-wide innovation and automation initiatives.

Posted May 15, 2019

Datrium is releasing the Automatrix platform, a secure multicloud data platform for the resilient enterprise designed to deliver best-in-class compute, primary storage, backup, disaster recovery, encryption, and data mobility capabilities. Automatrix will offer a suite of autonomous data management applications, built on its new SaaS application framework, which leverages machine learning to simplify and automate complicated IT tasks.

Posted May 15, 2019

Instaclustr, the leading provider of fully managed solutions for scalable open source technologies, is introducing its certification program for open source technologies. Following a certification process across several critical variables, enterprises can build applications with even greater confidence - leveraging Instaclustr's expertise and management supporting 100% open source deployments of technologies including Apache Cassandra, that are fully scalable, performant, optimized, and secure.

Posted May 10, 2019

MariaDB Corporation's MariaDB Kubernetes Operator is available in the Red Hat Container Catalog and has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification. The MariaDB Operator enables customers to deploy MariaDB Platform in a variety of database configurations in a Kubernetes environment and is a key technology for MariaDB's cloud strategy.

Posted May 08, 2019

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