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RDX, an independent provider of managed database and cloud services, is acquiring ClearDB, further expanding RDX's Database-as-a-Service platform capabilities. Based in Plano, Texas, ClearDB is a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) provider that has deployed and managed more than one million cloud-based databases worldwide through its software platform, and is a private MySQL-as-a-Service provider.

Posted February 27, 2019

MariaDB started off their annual conference on February 26, MariaDB OpenWorks 2019, with a bang, making new announcements and embarking on new innovations for 2019. MariaDB OpenWorks took place on February 25 -27 at the Conrad Hotel in New York City. The company is introducing a new Enterprise Server that will support customers with mission-critical applications by delivering a database engineered for greater reliability and stability.

Posted February 27, 2019

IT World Canada recently used Entrinsik Informer to manage all their campaigns and deliver all contracted registrations on time. They use Informer for report generation, decision support, and business process management. Informer's Dataset enables them to consolidate the different campaign Datasources while Dashboards provide up to the minute reporting and act as a hub to link all the different software tools used to the individual campaigns for easy access.

Posted February 27, 2019

Rocket Software recently helped Rooms to Go (RTG) with managing inventory as well as improving and enhancing customer interaction in order to accelerate sales growth. Partnering with Rocket has helped RTG grow from three showrooms in Florida in 1991 to more than 200 locations and 7 advanced distribution centers across the United States.

Posted February 27, 2019

New challenges and opportunities in data management and analytics are constantly evolving. With a new year just beginning, MV companies are renewing their focus on the next big thing. In the annual "MultiValue Special Report," this year, DBTA asks: What are your predictions for 2019 and how is your MV platform addressing them?

Posted February 27, 2019

SAP is introducing new SAP Leonardo Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, helping customers increase productivity, redefine their customer experience, and grow their revenue streams. It will enable customers to embed IoT into line-of-business (LoB) solutions, enhance business applications with IoT technology and develop new business models based on the new data the IoT solutions generate.

Posted February 27, 2019

Blockchain is growing in interest and adoption within the enterprise, according to SAP's State of Blockchain Study. Blockchain was certainly the talk of 2018 across industries, but many of the technology's most important benefits have been overlooked.

Posted February 27, 2019

Veeam Software, a provider of backup solutions that enable intelligent data management, is releasing a Veeam Plug-in for SAP HANA, a SAP Certified Integration for SAP HANA. Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 4 provides an SAP-certified backup and recovery solution, allowing enterprise customers to seamlessly integrate native SAP HANA backup with the Veeam Backup & Replication solution, further strengthening the enterprise-readiness of the Veeam Availability Platform.

Posted February 27, 2019

ESO, the European Southern Observatory, is the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organization in Europe and the world's most productive astronomical observatory. The organization depends on SAP and Bradmark technologies to power its astronomy technology. The SAP database is at the core of ESO's operations, said John Lockhart, critical applications support group leader, ESO. It currently sits at the center of the dataflow for the current suite of telescopes. 

Posted February 27, 2019

ParallelM, a provider of machine learning operationalization (MLOps) software, has released a new version of MCenter that includes REST-based serving using Kubernetes to create a no-code, autoscaling infrastructure for model serving supporting the leading modeling frameworks.

Posted February 26, 2019

At the Cloud Economic Summit in San Francisco, a new consortium called the FinOps Foundation was announced to share best practices for managing the cost of cloud computing. According to the foundation, cloud spending is now a material amount of total IT spend. Similar to the way DevOps ushered in a new way of thinking about development and operations, the foundation says, the FinOps operating model is a combination of systems, best practices, and culture that aims to bring financial accountability to the variable spend model of cloud.

Posted February 26, 2019

VAST Data has emerged from stealth with a new storage architecture intended to eliminate infrastructure complexity and application bottlenecks. VAST says its exabyte-scale Universal Storage system is built from high-performance flash media and features several innovations that result in a total cost of acquisition that is equivalent to hard drive-based archive systems.

Posted February 26, 2019

Google has announced plans to acquire Alooma, a company that helps organizations streamline database migration in the cloud with a data pipeline tool that enables them to move their data from multiple sources to a single data warehouse

Posted February 21, 2019

Data Summit brings together IT practitioners and business stakeholders from all types of organizations. This year, A.M. Turing Award Laureate and database technology pioneer Michael Stonebraker will deliver the opening keynote titled "Big Data, Technological Disruption, and the 800-Pound Gorilla in the Corner."

Posted February 21, 2019

Eighty-two percent of cloud users have experienced security events due to confusion over the shared responsibility model.  While 91% have formal methodologies for cloud usage, 71% are confident these policies are being violated by employees, leading to instances of malware and data compromise.

Posted February 21, 2019

Redis Labs, the home of Redis and provider of Redis Enterprise, is receiving $60 million in Series E financing, furthering the company's plans for investment in its platform. With these funds, the company plans to accelerate its global go-to-market execution, invest further in the enthusiastic Redis community, and continue its leadership in delivering the highest performing, most efficient database platform for modern applications.

Posted February 21, 2019

Redgate is releasing an updated version of SQL Monitor, enabling entire SQL Server estates to be managed and monitored from one dashboard whether on premise or in the cloud. After months in development, SQL Monitor v9 gives users the ability to seamlessly monitor hybrid and cloud estates, including both Azure Managed Instances and SQL Database Elastic Pools.

Posted February 21, 2019

Splice Machine, which provides a data platform for operational AI, has closed $16 million in additional funding. The new round brings Splice Machine's total funding to $58 million to date, and follows a year of record growth in which the company tripled its revenues and customer counts since its last financing with customer wins in the financial services, healthcare, supply chain, and energy industries.

Posted February 20, 2019

OneLogin, provider of software for access management, has introduced packaged solutions to manage access to Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle PeopleSoft, and Atlassian's Jira and Confluence applications. Now, any company can use the OneLogin Unified Access Management (UAM) system to handle both business-critical cloud apps and most established on-premise applications.

Posted February 20, 2019

Much consternation is expressed these days on conference calls and in convention center hallways among technology professionals who are worried that automation in high tech will push them out of their jobs. Taglines such as "Automatic upgrades, automatic patching, and self-tuning eliminate human labor" make that fear not completely unfounded. But in real-world scenarios, there is a big difference between Utopian visions of the humanless data center and a realistic view of automation in information technology.

Posted February 20, 2019

Increasingly, cloud services are seen as a vital resource in the data manager's toolkit. There's good reason why cloud is a preferred option: There are simply not enough on-premise resources to keep up with the growth of data management requirements. Organizations keep evolving, business priorities keep shifting, data compliance requirements keep expanding, and user demands keep growing. Already, one-fourth of corporate data is being maintained by cloud providers, and data managers intend to move as much of their data environments into the cloud as soon as they can. 

Posted February 20, 2019

OneLogin, provider of software for access management, has introduced packaged solutions to manage access to Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle PeopleSoft, and Atlassian's Jira and Confluence applications. Now, any company can use the OneLogin Unified Access Management (UAM) system to handle both business-critical cloud apps and most established on-premise applications.

Posted February 19, 2019

FICO has announced a community version of FICO Xpress Insight, a decision support application that enables data scientists to rapidly deploy advanced analytic or optimization models as business applications.

Posted February 19, 2019

Pure Storage has announced ObjectEngine, a data protection platform purpose-built for flash and cloud. Designed to enable data centricity for the enterprise and built on cloud-native technologies from recently acquired StorReduce, ObjectEngine further unifies cloud and on-premise deployments with rapid backup and recovery across both.

Posted February 19, 2019

Cisco has completed the acquisition of Luxtera, a privately held semiconductor company that uses silicon photonics to build integrated optics capabilities for webscale and enterprise data centers, service provider market segments, and other customers.

Posted February 19, 2019

The Open Mainframe Project (OMP) has announced that Zowe, an open source software framework for the mainframe, is now production-ready less than 6 months after launching. Zowe 1.0 consists of core technologies enabling modern interfaces for web applications on z/OS, a new command line interface and expansion of platform REST API capabilities to help make the  z/OS environment more "cloud-like" and improve integration in hybrid cloud environments.

Posted February 19, 2019

At IBM Think 2019 in San Francisco, IBM introduced enhancements to IBM Cloud Private to deliver integrated platform management and orchestration capabilities—to help enable a secure private cloud by running the entire private cloud infrastructure on IBM Z.

Posted February 19, 2019

Machine learning is on the rise at businesses hungry for greater automation and intelligence with use cases spreading across industries. At the same time, most projects are still in their early phases as companies learn how to deal with selecting data sets and data platforms to architecting and optimizing data pipelines. DBTA recently held a webinar with Gaurav Deshpande, VP of marketing, TigerGraph, and Prakash Chokalingam, product manager, Databricks, who discussed key technologies and strategies for dealing with machine learning.

Posted February 15, 2019

ESO, the European Southern Observatory, is the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organization in Europe and the world's most productive astronomical observatory. The organization depends on SAP and Bradmark technologies to power its astronomy technology. The SAP database is at the core of ESO's operations, said John Lockhart, critical applications support group leader, ESO. It currently sits at the center of the dataflow for the current suite of telescopes. 

Posted February 15, 2019

DigitalOcean, the cloud for developing modern apps, is launching Managed Databases, with PostgreSQL as its first offering, allowing developers to create fully managed database instances in the cloud quickly and efficiently.

Posted February 14, 2019

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. The nominating process will conclude on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, so be sure to nominate your favorite products now!

Posted February 13, 2019

BMC has expanded its partnership with IBM, building upon a cognitive collaboration introduced in 2017, through which AI technologies from IBM Watson were integrated into BMC Helix, BMC's cognitive service management solution. 

Posted February 13, 2019

Oracle has added new features to its blockchain platform to help users speed up the development, integration, and deployment of new applications. According to the company, while blockchain can streamline many existing processes surrounding supply chain, identity, cross-border payments, and fraud detection, businesses are struggling to implement blockchain networks within their existing ecosystems.

Posted February 13, 2019

Aetna, Anthem, Health Care Service Corp., PNC Bank, and IBM have announced a new collaboration to design and create a network using blockchain technology to improve transparency and interoperability in the healthcare industry.

Posted February 13, 2019

SophiaTX, a Swiss-based blockchain Platform for businesses, is joining forces with Block Unison to help further develop a global enterprise blockchain ecosystem through IoT, smart contract, and enterprise application integration. The combination of mature services and blockchain technology expertise present in Block Unison will help SophiaTX establish itself as a desired platform for any innovative company looking to extend their level of trust and collaboration across the value chain.

Posted February 13, 2019

SAP is releasing a blockchain-technology hub to help eliminate counterfeit products along the pharmaceutical supply chain. The SAP Information Collaboration Hub for Life Sciences is designed to authenticate pharmaceutical packaging returned from hospitals and pharmacies to wholesalers before products are resold.

Posted February 13, 2019

Dell Boomi, a provider of cloud integration and workflow automation solutions, has updated the Boomi platform with blockchain integration and enhanced security features.

Posted February 13, 2019

Continuent has announced that Tungsten Clustering 5.3.6 and Tungsten Replicator 5.3.6 are now available. Tungsten Clustering allows enterprises running business-critical database applications to affordably achieve commercial-grade high availability (HA), globally redundant disaster recovery (DR) and performance scaling, and makes it simple to create database clusters in the cloud or in a private data center, to keep the data available even when systems fail, freeing staff to focus on business and applications. Tungsten Replicator is one of three core components of Tungsten Clustering.

Posted February 12, 2019

The Open Mainframe Project (OMP) has announced that Zowe, an open source software framework for the mainframe, is now production-ready less than 6 months after launching. Zowe 1.0 consists of core technologies enabling modern interfaces for web applications on z/OS, a new command line interface and expansion of platform REST API capabilities to help make the  z/OS environment more "cloud-like" and improve integration in hybrid cloud environments.

Posted February 12, 2019

At IBM Think 2019 in San Francisco, IBM introduced enhancements to IBM Cloud Private to deliver integrated platform management and orchestration capabilities—to help enable a secure private cloud by running the entire private cloud infrastructure on IBM Z.

Posted February 12, 2019

Oracle has added new features to its blockchain platform to help users speed up the development, integration, and deployment of new applications. According to the company, while blockchain can streamline many existing processes surrounding supply chain, identity, cross-border payments, and fraud detection, businesses are struggling to implement blockchain networks within their existing ecosystems.

Posted February 12, 2019

ShiftLeft,  a provider of application-specific cloud security, has raised $20 million in Series B funding. This latest round, led by Thomvest Ventures and joined by new investor SineWave Ventures as well as existing investors Bain Capital Ventures and Mayfield, follows the company's announcement of its first round of $9.3 million less than 18 months ago. The new funding brings the total raised to nearly $30 million.

Posted February 12, 2019

Waterline Data, a provider of data cataloging solutions and applications, is releasing the latest version of the Waterline Data AI-driven Data Catalog (AIDC). Leveraging Waterline's newly-patented Fingerprinting technology, AIDC 5.0 adds to Waterline's ability to catalog individual data items, automatically and at scale, by now allowing organizations to work with related datasets across the enterprise for far deeper and cleaner insights for analytics than any other catalog can provide.

Posted February 11, 2019

Lentiq introducing a new platform called EdgeLake, offering a multi-cloud, production-scale Data Lake as a Service for increased flexibility, collaboration, and analytics.

Posted February 11, 2019

Shield Watch is rebranding to Concertium, a company focused on connecting people with data and devices to power digital transformation. The new brand, Concertium, will be fully focused on harnessing the power of data to create a sustainable, competitive technological advantage for its customers.

Posted February 11, 2019

Carbonite, a cloud-based data protection provider, and Webroot, a cybersecurity company, have entered into a definitive agreement under which Carbonite will acquire Webroot for approximately $618.5 million in cash.

Posted February 07, 2019

Quest Software, a global systems management, data protection, and security software provider, has joined the Veeam Alliance Partner Program. Additionally, Quest QoreStor, the company's software-defined secondary storage platform with deduplication technology, has been verified as a Veeam Ready Repository.

Posted February 07, 2019

Microsoft has announced the general availability of new Azure analytics services, including Azure Data Explorer (ADX) and Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS) Gen2.

Posted February 07, 2019

SentryOne has launched SQL Sentry Essentials, a new edition of the company's SQL Sentry database monitoring product. Targeted at small and medium companies as well as larger organizations that need to monitor specific data systems within their environments, the new edition provides core monitoring capabilities for up to five database instances.

Posted February 06, 2019

Rancher Labs, a provider of container management software, has announced support for multi-cluster applications within its open source Kubernetes management platform. With this support, Rancher customers can now deploy, manage, and upgrade applications simultaneously in multiple clusters.

Posted February 06, 2019

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