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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
December 2, 2014

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: December 2, 2014. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Attunity Ltd. has acquired BIReady's data warehouse automation technology, a move that Attunity says will enable it to support enterprises that need an automated, end-to-end data warehousing solution to support mission-critical data initiatives. BIReady's technology was acquired for approximately $1 million in a combination of cash and Attunity shares with an earn-out potential of up to $375,000 in cash over the next 2 years.

DBmaestro, a provider of DevOps for database solutions, has announced the availability of an open application programming interface (API), enabling customers and developers to connect to any release management system and continuous delivery product. According to the vendor, DBmaestro TeamWork will now automate and integrate with IBM, Microsoft, CA and others, allowing any release management manufacturer to offer database build and deploy automation and adding functionality to its product.

GoGrid, an infrastructure-as-a-service provider specializing in multi-cloud solutions, is partnering with Cloudera, a provider of Hadoop-based software and services. The partnership will allow companies to evaluate and run the platform for big data through Cloudera Live. Traditional methods of deploying Hadoop require on-premise work to be done to just test potential solutions. The GoGrid-Cloudera partnership allows customers to run Cloudera with GoGrid's cloud infrastructure. What makes GoGrid unique is its 1-Button Deploy orchestration process, according to John Keagy, founder and CEO of GoGrid.

The ability to find unique data patterns quickly is important to businesses looking to stay ahead of their competition. To help support companies in these efforts, jKool has announced its new software platform that is designed to spot the patterns in data that lead to actionable insights.

Real-time fraud analytics provider Argyle Data is partnering with Hortonworks, a contributor to and provider of enterprise Apache Hadoop. By joining the Hortonworks Technology Partner Program, Argyle says it can rely on Hadoop to help strengthen its ability to drive and lead efforts related to advanced analytics and emerging technologies, including petabyte-scale data storage, machine learning and deep-packet inspection (DPI).