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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
June 22, 2016

A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.

News Flashes

It's all about keeping up with the ever-evolving tech landscape as many companies continue to introduce new platforms that help uncover knowledge within the massive amount of information that resides in the data landscape. But, as creative approaches to managing and accessing data such as Hadoop, cloud and NoSQL, have emerged, tried and true technologies such as MultiValue have also remained as important as ever.

Pick Cloud, Inc, the first MultiValue Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) provider, and Rocket Software are hosting a free joint webinar on July 13 called, "D3 Hot Backup - Why You Need It and Can't Survive Without It." Hot Backup is a Rocket D3 Software feature that enables customers to have a replicated D3 server with up to the minute transactions from the primary D3 server.

Entrinsik has announced that SMC Electric Supply (SMC) has deployed its Informer reporting and business intelligence software to uncover data and manage it effectively. SMC, a private, family-owned corporation headquartered in Springfield, Missouri, distributes the automation, data communications, electrical, industrial, pneumatics, safety, and security products used in machine building and manufacturing facilities.

Think About It

The data manager now sits in the center of a revolution swirling about enterprises. In today's up-and-down global economy, opportunities and threats are coming in from a number of directions. Business leaders recognize that the key to success in hyper-competitive markets is the ability to leverage data to draw insights that predict and provide prescriptive action to stay ahead of markets and customer preferences. For that, they need to keep up with the latest solutions and approaches in data management. Here are 12 of the key technologies turning heads—or potentially opening enterprise wallets—in today's data centers.