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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
April 16, 2019

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: April 16, 2019. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.


News Flashes

Databases these days are comprised of so many elements that it's important to remember to support a hybrid environment. A modern database should no longer be transactional or analytical, relational or non-relational, on-premises or in the cloud. It needs to support hybrid processing, hybrid data, and hybrid cloud. It needs to support hybrid everything.

A new way to sort data to procure insights is emerging called the knowledge graph. For publishers, content is the most important data asset. However, journal articles (and other content) are expressed in formats ideally suited for transmittal and display—not as data for analysis. Creating a knowledge graph to sort through this data, put it in order, and glean insights will be the topic of Bob Kasenchak's, director of business development, Access Innovations, Inc., USA, Data Summit 2019 presentation titled, "From Structured Text to Knowledge Graphs: Creating RDF Triples From Published Scholarly Data."

patchVantage, an Oracle management software supplier, has added patching functionality for MySQL, and Microsoft's SQL Server on Linux. According patchVantage, since Oracle's RDBMS, MySQL, Microsoft's SQL Server together represent a high percentage of all databases in use today, it is important that systems can be managed from a single platform in order to manage database security patching efficiently.

Striim, provider of an enterprise-grade platform for streaming data integration, is forming a strategic partnership with Snowflake, Inc., the data warehouse built for the cloud. The partnership aims to simplify and speed loading of real-time data to Snowflake, accelerating data-driven analytics in the cloud.

Talend, a provider of cloud data integration and data integrity, is introducing Pipeline Designer to Talend Cloud, a unified, comprehensive, and highly scalable integration platform as-a-service (iPaaS). Talend's new web-based graphical designer dramatically simplifies the creation of end-to-end data pipelines, giving customers the ability to preview live data and transform it with ease.

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