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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
June 10, 2014

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: June 10, 2014. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Cloudera has acquired Gazzang to add enterprise-grade data encryption and key management. The move is designed to address the challenges associated with securing and processing sensitive and legally protected data within the Hadoop ecosystem, and also fulfill a requirement posed by compliance regulations such as HIPAA-HITECH, PCI-DSS, FERPA and the EU Data Protection Directive.

Dataguise, a provider of big data security and protective intelligence solutions, has introduced the Dataguise DgSecure data protection platform with the MapR Sandbox for Hadoop, and also announced the Dataguise DgSecure data protection platform with the Hortonworks HDP 2.1 Sandbox. "In order to realize the benefits of big data, enterprises are getting more proactive about addressing security, privacy and risk in Hadoop," said Patty Nghiem, vice president of marketing and business development at Dataguise.

Dell has extended its longstanding collaboration with SAP. As part of the extended partnership, Dell is introducing new non-disruptive migration and modernization services for the SAP HANA platform and SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (SAP ASE), and has also worked with SAP to certify Dell PowerEdge R920 for running SAP HANA with with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, in addition to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

At an event at Oracle's headquarters, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison showcased the new Oracle Database In-Memory, an additional option to the Oracle Database 12c. Oracle Database In-Memory is scheduled for release in July, said Ellison. The Oracle Database In-Memory is the underpinning of finally making the real-time enterprise a reality, explained Tim Shetler, Oracle vice president of product management, in an interview before the launch event in which he highlighted the key elements of the release. "We have built this in-memory option to be completely transparent to the huge ecosystem of Oracle Database customers and applications that are already written for the Oracle Database."

With the latest release of its flagship product, Talend, a provider of big data integration software, enhances Talend's performance and scalability on Hadoop by an average of 45% and addresses the challenge posed for many companies by the limited pool of knowledgeable Hadoop developers.