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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
April 18, 2017

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: April 18, 2017. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Actian is rolling out a new portfolio focusing the brand on addressing the demands of today's hybrid data-driven enterprises. "What you see is a connected, seamless approach to delivering against hybrid data with two new products we are announcing," said Jeff Veis, SVP of marketing at Actian.

MicroStrategy is partnering with Alation, offering users of Alation Data access to a data catalog directly within the MicroStrategy interface that can seamlessly conduct self-service enterprise data discovery and analytics in the MicroStrategy platform. When Alation connects to an organization's data sources, it crawls and indexes data assets stored across different physical repositories, including databases, Hadoop files and data visualization tools, to produce a rich catalog.

Reltio, provider of data-driven applications and data management platform as a service, has secured Series C funding in the amount of $40 million. The funding was led by global venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates (NEA), and joined by new investor, Sapphire Ventures. Existing investors Crosslink Capital and .406 Ventures also participated.

SnapLogic is launching a new technology that uses artificial intelligence to automate highly repetitive, low-level development tasks, eliminating the integration backlog that stifles most technology initiatives. The new technology, named Iris, uses advanced algorithms to learn from millions of data flows via the SnapLogic Enterprise Integration Cloud, and applies that learning to improve the speed and quality of integrations across data, applications, and business processes.