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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
June 18, 2019

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: June 18, 2019. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.


News Flashes

To help organizations bring together customer data from across the entire organization, Oracle is collaborating with Accenture and Capgemini to focus on the customer data platform (CDP) market.

Rackspace is partnering with MuleSoft, a provider of enterprise integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) solutions, to help customers accelerate application and data integration connected through APIs, on-premises or in the cloud. Deploying the Mulesoft Anypoint Platform as a managed service helps organizations build integrated, efficient application networks while removing the operational burden from their IT teams.

Salesforce has unveiled its Customer Data Platform (CDP) with the next generation of Customer 360. New platform services will enable companies to unify disparate customer data throughout their entire organization and then personalize every engagement based on a single view of the customer. Customer 360 will go beyond traditional CDP capabilities and extend the power of CRM with consumer-scale data management and activation.

Scale Computing, a provider of edge computing solutions, announced that the KVM-based hypervisor in the HC3 product family is now fully supported by Parallels Remote Application Server17 (Parallels RAS). When combined with Parallels RAS, Scale Computing HC3 enables administrators to rapidly provision and manage virtual machines (VM) thin clones centrally from Parallels RAS Console to make VDI solutions faster, more affordable, and easier to use.

Timescale, the company behind the open-source time-series SQL database TimescaleDB, is releasing Timescale Cloud , an on-demand and managed cloud service that makes it easy to work with time-series and IoT data. Timescale Cloud is a multi-cloud time-series database service that runs on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.

A.M. Turing Award laureate and database technology pioneer Michael Stonebraker discussed the persisting impediments to data integration at the enterprise level in his opening keynote at Data Summit 2019.

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