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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
May 20, 2014

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: May 20, 2014. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.


News Flashes

To help simplify solution implementation, increase productivity and accelerate time to value with Oracle engineered systems for clients, Accenture is acquiring Enkitec, an Oracle Platinum partner specializing in Oracle Exadata implementations and Oracle database administration and development.

Delphix has formed a new partnership with DBmaestro to increase the speed and lower the cost of application development. According to the companies, teams or individual developers can work in parallel, with an enforced version control process, making sure best practices are followed, and integrating and merging their individual database changes, thus completing application development projects in less time and with lower cost.

The latest version of the Lavastorm Analytics Engine, a data discovery solution, helps provide business users with quick access to the data needed to discover business insights. According to Lavastorm, while organizations seek to leverage analytics to transform disparate and big data into a business driver, there still remains a struggle to provide business users with quick access to the data needed to discover business insights.


Think About It

Great tech conferences provide information on new approaches and thought-provoking - sometimes even uncomfortable - discussions. With three tracks of sessions, preconference workshops and a product showcase, DBTA's 3-day Data Summit conference in NYC allowed attendees to hear what experts really think is important in big data.

In his hard-hitting presentation on big data at Data Summit, Rick Smolan, a Time, Life, and National Geographic photographer, and author of the book, "The Human Face of Big Data," described big data as "the development of a nervous system for the planet," and shared insights about the current impact as well as the potential for the future - of everything that can be measured being measured.

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