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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
October 2, 2017

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: October 2, 2017. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

At the Strata Data conference in New York, Attunity, a provider of data integration and big data management software solutions, showcased the new release of its data integration platform designed to address the changing needs of companies with advanced analytics and data management initiatives. According to Kevin Petrie, senior director and technology evangelist at Attunity, many legacy data integration tools are not able to handle the necessary volume and variety of data feeding to the cloud at the required performance levels.

MemSQL, provider of a real-time data warehouse platform, is releasing MemSQL 6, adding new extensibility features to enable machine learning and performance improvements for analytical queries. With this update, developers can use machine learning functions with live data and SQL, and a real-time data warehouse to easily build operational applications without requiring multiple disparate systems.

At Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle announced embedded artificial intelligence capabilities within existing Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud, Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud, and the Oracle Customer Experience Cloud applications.

In his Sunday night keynote, Oracle's CTO Larry Ellison detailed the benefits of two new offerings: the company's Autonomous Database, and the Highly Automated Cyber Security offerings. 

At the Strata Data Conference in New York, Paxata, provider of the Adaptive Information big data prep platform, announced early availability of its Intelligent Ingest as part of its next major release. The new automated ingest capabilities are aimed at making it more simple for business consumers to rapidly incorporate data from any cloud or format to prepare data for business analysis. 

According to a new survey from SAS, less than half (45%) of respondents have a structured plan in place for compliance with the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and more than half (58%) indicate that their organizations are not fully aware of the consequences of noncompliance.

Zaloni is introducing a machine learning data matching engine that leverages the company's data lake solution, enabling enriched data views for multiple use cases across business sectors. Zaloni's data matching engine provides a new approach for creating an integrated, consistent view of data that is updated, efficiently maintained, and can drive customer-facing applications.