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AtScale, the intelligent data virtualization provider for advanced analytics, is launching its Adaptive Analytics 2020.1, providing a leap in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud analytics, data platform flexibility and more. Delivering on the promise of a single enterprise view of all analytics data, AtScale's enhanced autonomous data engineering alleviates the performance and scale challenges of traditional data federation, manual data engineering and reliance on query caches.

Posted January 15, 2020

AquaFold, an Idera, Inc. company, that provides of cross-platform database productivity tools, has released Aqua Data Studio version 20.5 with enhanced functionality for both relational and NoSQL environments.

Posted January 15, 2020

CentriLogic, a global managed IT transformation solutions provider headquartered in Toronto, has acquired Chicago-based ManageForce, a cloud, ERP, and data solutions provider focused on Oracle and Microsoft applications and databases. The combination of CentriLogic and ManageForce enables CentriLogic to significantly strengthen its application and database management service capabilities and accelerate its strategy of delivering full-stack solutions to global customers

Posted January 15, 2020

Oracle is making enhancements to its enterprise management platform in order to help customers easily move Oracle Databases to the cloud and simplify management of hybrid cloud environments. The new release adds functionality that automates database migration and provides a single dashboard that improves visibility, control, and management for hybrid IT environments.

Posted January 15, 2020

With version X4, MariaDB Platform simplifies and streamlines the process for using transactional and analytical storage engines together to deliver smart transactions. MariaDB Platform X4 uses native replication to synchronize dual data storage for the best reliability and availability. A single line installation means developers can start using smart transactions instantly without complex setup and configuration.

Posted January 15, 2020

Splice Machine, provider of a scalable SQL database, is releasing Splice Machine 3.0, introducing disaster recovery capabilities, enhanced SQL coverage, and more.

Posted January 15, 2020

Apptio, Inc., a provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions is selecting Amazon Web Services (AWS) as the preferred Cloud Services Provider ("CSP") on which to run its own workloads. The two companies are also entering into a Strategic Collaboration Agreement focusing on the marketing and distribution of Apptio's Cloudability and Hybrid Business Management applications, helping customers make intelligent decisions on how to migrate to AWS.

Posted January 15, 2020

Cleo, a provider of ecosystem integration solutions, is releasing an upgraded version of Cleo Integration Cloud. Now, companies can confidently handle B2B integrations any way they choose, and never again have to constrain their business strategy due to the limitations of outdated integration technology.

Posted January 14, 2020

Dynatrace, a software intelligence company, is collaborating with Google and Microsoft on the OpenTelemetry project to shape the future of open standards-based observability.

Posted January 14, 2020

GroupSense, a digital risk management company, and Cybraics, a security analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) company, are forming a strategic technology partnership to provide end-to-end security to prevent and remediate cyberattacks.

Posted January 14, 2020

Insight Partners has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Veeam Software,  a provider of in backup solutions that deliver data management for the cloud. Under the ownership of Insight Partners, Veeam will become a U.S. company, with a U.S.-based leadership team, while continuing its global expansion from offices in 30 countries and with customers in over 160 countries.

Posted January 14, 2020

Ontotext is releasing vering 9.1 of GraphDB - a powerful database optimized for the development and maintenance of knowledge graphs.

Posted January 13, 2020

The Open Mainframe Project (OMP), an open source initiative that enables collaboration across the mainframe community to develop shared tool sets and resources, continues to see rapid growth with a new project , Polycephaly, and the addition of new members. The project  (formally zJenkins) is based on IBM IBM Dependency Based Build (DBB) using Groovy script to build z/OS applications with Jenkins and Git, and three academic institutions from China: Beijing Institute of Technology, South China University of Technology, and Xidian University.

Posted January 13, 2020

Accenture has agreed to acquire Symantec's Cyber Security Services business from Broadcom. Completion of the acquisition is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected to close in March 2020.

Posted January 13, 2020

VMware has completed the acquisition of Pivotal Software, a cloud-native platform provider. Following the acquisition, Pivotal's Class A common stock was removed from listing on the New York Stock Exchange. Pivotal will now operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of VMware. The transaction represented an enterprise value for Pivotal of approximately $2.7 billion.

Posted January 13, 2020

One of the great challenges with catastrophic events is that they can come from any number of sources, so business owners must make sure they're prepared for all types of disasters. Preparation is the only way to avert disasters and ensure your operations will continue without significant disruption.

Posted January 13, 2020

We are at the start of a new year and a new decade and technology is poised for fast change. Recently, Ram Chakravarti, CTO at BMC Software offered his predictions for an autonomous digital enterprise, edge computing and IoT solutions, ITSM, AIOps—and more.

Posted January 09, 2020

To fit into modern analytics ecosystems, legacy data warehouses must evolve—both architecturally and technologically—to deliver the agility, scalability, and flexibility that business need to thrive in today's data-driven economy. Alongside new architectural approaches, a variety of technologies have emerged as key ingredients of modern data warehousing, from data virtualization and cloud services, to Hadoop and Spark, and machine learning and automation.

Posted January 09, 2020

VMware Virtual Volumes has gained increasing adoption from storage vendors since its release. Virtual Volumes can help provide many distinct capabilities for virtualized Tier 1 business critical Oracle workloads that have not been available with traditional storage.

Posted January 08, 2020

erwin, the data governance company, is releasing an updated version of erwin Data Modeler (erwin DM), introducing new innovation across its enterprise modeling and data governance suites.

Posted January 08, 2020

Today's enterprise clouds are evolving, and businesses need to evolve with them by embracing the next-generation cloud model. As a new year—and a new decade—unfolds, here are 5 predictions from Oracle on how new technologies and business models are changing.

Posted January 08, 2020

Oracle and Microsoft have expanded their cloud interoperability partnership with the addition of a new interconnect location that enables enterprises to build workloads that interoperate between Microsoft and Oracle cloud regions in Canada. According to Oracle, 80% of enterprises use a combination of Microsoft and Oracle software to run their businesses, and, as cloud computing becomes ubiquitous, and businesses rely more on multiple cloud providers, the partnership is helping to make managing important cloud workloads significantly easier

Posted January 08, 2020

There are many ways to get messages and notifications from a secure instance in OCI—by using third-party programs, local agents through a proxy, and even using native OCI services—but there are cases ?when an email has to be sent directly from the server.

Posted January 08, 2020

Accenture has agreed to acquire Symantec's Cyber Security Services business from Broadcom. Completion of the acquisition is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected to close in March 2020.

Posted January 07, 2020

vXchnge, a data-center-as-a-service (DCaaS) provider, announced that Tier4 Advisors is joining its channel program. Tier4 is a vendor agnostic IT sourcing, architecture, and strategy firm. Tier4 will offer vXchnge colocation and other DCaaS solutions throughout the company's service footprint. The partnership allows Tier4 to expand its service portfolio of integrated solutions to customers down to the platform level.

Posted January 07, 2020

GoodData, a provider of end-to-end analytics solutions, is extending its new Freemium tier pricing to more users via support of cloud data warehouses Snowflake and Big Query, along with the previously announced Amazon Redshift.

Posted January 07, 2020

There are many scripting languages out there, with the latest being Flux by InfluxData. Flux is a functional data scripting language designed to accommodate a wide array of data processing and analytical operations. DBTA recently held a webinar with Scott Anderson, technical writer, InfluxData, who discussed the origins of Flux, key concepts, basic Flux syntax and more.

Posted January 06, 2020

VMware has completed the acquisition of Pivotal Software, a cloud-native platform provider. Following the acquisition, Pivotal's Class A common stock was removed from listing on the New York Stock Exchange. Pivotal will now operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of VMware. The transaction represented an enterprise value for Pivotal of approximately $2.7 billion.

Posted January 06, 2020

Today's enterprise clouds are evolving, and businesses need to evolve with them by embracing the next-generation cloud model. As a new year—and a new decade—unfolds, here are 5 predictions from Oracle on how new technologies and business models are changing.

Posted January 06, 2020

Access Innovations director of business development Bob Kasenchak explains how to deal with unreliably or inadequately indexed extracted source data with controlled subject indexing in this clip from his presentation at Data Summit 2019. 

Posted January 06, 2020

Pythian VP Lynda Partner stresses the importance of regarding data projects as software projects with attendant DevOps, DataOps, and ML Ops components in this clip from her keynote at Data Summit 2019.

Posted January 06, 2020

From data lakes and the cloud, to machine learning and artificial intelligence, the world of big data and analytics continues to evolve. At the same time, the need for improved governance and security practices is also intensifying as data privacy concerns and new regulations like GDPR and CCPA require new approaches for responsible use of data.

Posted January 03, 2020

The big data space is constantly in flux. New and emerging technologies plan to disrupt reliable legacy solutions while others hope to work in harmony with tools in the market. What are the next explosive trends for 2020?

Posted January 03, 2020

The cloud was on everyone's mind this past year; with so many questions rising surrounding how to secure cloud environments to what type of cloud is best for the organization. Cloud computing has revealed countless new dimensions to IT. There are public clouds, private clouds, distributed clouds, and hybrid, multi-cloud architectures.

Posted December 24, 2019

The Internet of Things has connected different facets of the enterprise in ways that were previously only imagined. Now companies and customers demand to see results and understand those results in real time or near-real time. IoT can connect enterprise assets to gain real-time insights, which improve decision making, drive efficiency, empower employees, and create better customer experiences. Here, executives of leading companies offer 6 predictions for what's ahead in 2020 for the IoT space.

Posted December 24, 2019

In 2019 artificial intelligence and machine learning continued its upward trajectory in the market, promising to change the future as we know it. To help support data management processes and decision making, artificial and augmented intelligence is being infused into products and services. Machine learning sits in the center of all AI conversations, as combining machine learning with AI and cognitive technologies can make it even more effective in processing large volumes of information. Both technologies can lead to automation of tasks inside and outside the enterprise-another subject that promises to make waves in the future.  Here, executives of leading companies offer 10 predictions for what's ahead in 2020.

Posted December 20, 2019

Dotscience, a provider of DevOps for Machine Learning (MLOps) solutions, is forming partnerships with GitLab and Grafana Labs, along with strengthening integrations with several platforms and cloud providers. The company is deepening integrations to include Scikit-learn, H2O.ai and TensorFlow; expanding multi-cloud support with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure; and entering a joint collaboration with global enterprises to develop an industry benchmark for helping enterprises get maximum ROI out of their AI initiatives.

Posted December 18, 2019

Unravel Data, a data operations platform providing full-stack visibility and AI-powered recommendations, is joining the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Global Startup Program. The Unravel platform is designed to accelerate the adoption of big data workloads in AWS. By supporting Amazon EMR, Unravel allows users to connect to a new or existing Amazon EMR cluster with just one click.

Posted December 18, 2019

Magnitude Software, a provider of unified application data management solutions, is updating Magnitude SourceConnect to help accelerate implementations of SAP S/4HANA for central finance foundation. Leveraging Magnitude's pre-built solution with SAP S/4HANA for central finance foundation, businesses may be able to achieve full finance transformations faster than ever before.

Posted December 18, 2019

SAP is forming a partnership with project44, a global leader in advanced visibility for shippers and logistics service providers, to change the way shippers manage the delivery process. The companies plan to offer a joint solution for key transportation processes, such as receiving and tracking, that will connect, automate, and provide visibility data and insight from project44 within SAP Logistics Business Network.

Posted December 18, 2019

The next decade is just around the corner and enterprises in and around the big data space are preparing to pounce upon the next set of trends the new year will bring. The cloud is primed to continue making waves, along with other digital disruptions to improve user experiences. Several industry experts from SAP have offered up what they see as the top trends for 2020. 

Posted December 18, 2019

Syniti, a global data management solution provider, is releasing the Syniti Data Replication 9.6 software solution, a flexible platform that provides fast up-to-the-minute data replication with real-time change data capture. Available on-premise or in the cloud, Syniti Data Replication enables successful management of data growth, faster synchronization and integration, and analysis of data. 

Posted December 18, 2019

Rocket Software is looking ahead to the future and with it, Andy Youniss, president and CEO of Rocket, says he sees there is room to grow. "The things MV did 30 years ago still function today," he said. "What's important to customers and partners is they know Rocket will continue to innovate to deliver modern technology that customers deserve and demand."

Posted December 18, 2019

Kore Technologies recently helped its client, Follett simplify integration with RMB Solutions. Follett has offered solutions for ice and refrigeration that promote health, safety, and well being since the 1940s. Follett needed to integrate its Epicor Avanté ERP system (based on the UniData MultiValue database) to a third-party cloud-based service management product called RMB Solutions. Follett selected Kore's Kourier REST solution for this project.

Posted December 18, 2019

With the closing of one year comes another and this time a whole new decade awaits. Every year Database Trends and Applications magazine looks for offerings that promise to help organizations derive greater benefit from their data, make decisions faster, and do so with higher levels of security. Key data management trends have emerged that are shaping the capabilities of IT products and services for 2020 and beyond.

Posted December 18, 2019

IDERA, an Idera, Inc. company, has introduced SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL v8.9, which adds new features that strengthen the query analysis and enterprise security of SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL to monitor databases in the cloud and on-premise with a single tool. SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL was previously known as Monyog, which was part of Webyog's database administration and management products that Idera, Inc., acquired in April 2018.

Posted December 18, 2019

SolarWinds, a provider of IT management software, has acquired VividCortex, a provider of SaaS-delivered database performance management with an emphasis on databases commonly used in cloud-native applications designed to meet the needs of a wide range of customers. SolarWinds plans to add the VividCortex product to its IT operations management portfolio beginning in Q4 2019. The SaaS-based offering will complement SolarWinds' Database Performance Analyzer (DPA), an on-premise and cloud-deployed product.

Posted December 18, 2019

Oracle business strategist Lee Levitt laments the lack of data-driven organizations in today's business world in this clip from his keynote at Data Summit 2019.

Posted December 18, 2019

AppNeta, a provider of network performance monitoring, has added product updates. The latest round of improvements provides multi-path visibility into the largest, most complex and dynamic networks in the world, combined with new abilities around API monitoring, easier integration, advanced configuration, and enhanced route alerting, have led to faster time to value across the entire customer base.

Posted December 17, 2019

Intel Labs has unveiled what it believes to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip — code-named "Horse Ridge" — that is aimed at speeding up the development of full-stack quantum computing systems. With Horse Ridge, Intel says it is introducing an elegant solution that will enable the company to control multiple qubits and set a clear path toward scaling future systems to larger qubit counts — a major milestone on the path to quantum practicality.

Posted December 17, 2019

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