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Innovation is not without complexity; to address the ongoing obstacles preventing effective machine learning adoption—including data quality, integration, and governance—DBTA hosted a webinar, "Data Management Best Practices for Effective Machine Learning Projects," gathering experts in the field to offer their insight.

Posted January 30, 2023

KX, maker of kdb+, and EnterpriseWeb, a provider of telecom virtualization and automation solutions, are partnering to deliver network observability and automation solutions for performance-critical systems. Bringing together highly complementary technologies, KX and EnterpriseWeb offer an incredibly flexible and powerful closed-loop control mechanism that can be deployed on any system or distributed network, according to the vendors.

Posted January 26, 2023

Ensono, an expert technology advisor, innovation partner, and managed service provider, is releasing Ensono Envision Advisor, a multi-platform optimization solution combining data and guidance from certified expert engineers who offer unbiased actionable advice that enables optimization of a client's IT estate across cost, security, performance, availability, and reliability.

Posted January 26, 2023

Lee Atchison, cloud strategist and author of Architecting for Scale, and Andrew Marshall, VP of product marketing and developer relations at Cockroach Labs, gathered for DBTA's webinar, "How to Architect Highly Available Apps for Scale in the Cloud," to explore the ways in which modern applications are challenged by real-time needs, as well as how to adapt to these complicated requirements.

Posted January 26, 2023

SymphonyAI, a provider of high-value enterprise AI SaaS for strategic industries, is collaborating with Oracle to offer SymphonyAI solutions on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) using key services including Oracle Exadata Database Service, GPU-accelerated compute, and performance monitoring.

Posted January 26, 2023

Qlik has announced its intention to acquire Talend, potentially bringing together two Thoma Bravo-backed industry leaders with a shared focus on adding value to data to deliver business outcomes for customers. "Bringing together Qlik and Talend would be a game-changer," said Mike Capone, Qlik CEO.

Posted January 26, 2023

MSRcosmos is launching an SAP modernization-in-a-box solution, powered by Microsoft Azure, the solution aims to transform the SAP landscape into an agile and intelligent enterprise architecture by extracting full capabilities of cloud, data and AI, and intelligent automation.

Posted January 25, 2023

d-Matrix, the provider of high-efficiency AI-compute and inference processors, is launching Jayhawk, an Open Domain-Specific Architecture (ODSA) Bunch of Wires (BoW)-based chiplet platform.

Posted January 24, 2023

Kintent, the programmatic, predictive Trust Assurance platform, is releasing its new TrustShare application, allowing software companies to pass security reviews quickly with AI-powered security questionnaire responses while also offering a dynamic trust portal to share security and privacy compliance status with prospects and partners.

Posted January 19, 2023

UiPath, a leading enterprise automation software company, is introducing significant upgrades to its platform to allow customers to modernize their software testing practices by migrating testing to the UiPath Business Automation Platform. With migration streamlined and comprehensive software testing natively available to all customers, UiPath provides CIOs and IT decision makers the opportunity to save costs by consolidating and automating testing in a single platform, according to the vendor.

Posted January 18, 2023

Cisco and Intel are releasing the 7th generation of UCS C-Series and X-Series servers that will be powered by 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, providing customers with greater flexibility and more performance for modern workloads with new C-Series and X-Series servers.

Posted January 17, 2023

Alation Inc., a provider of enterprise data intelligence solutions, is launching the Partner Program for Open Connector Framework to deliver connectivity to new data sources, aiming to build an ecosystem of partners to expand connectivity options using the Alation Open Connector Framework, an SDK to simplify the development of Alation connectors.

Posted January 16, 2023

DataStax, the real-time AI company, is acquiring Kaskada, a machine learning (ML) company that can train behavioral ML models and deliver the instant, actionable insights that fuel artificial intelligence (AI). According to the vendors, the addition of Kaskada to DataStax's portfolio of cloud services—which today includes the massively scalable Astra DB database-as-a-service built on Apache Cassandra and event streaming with Astra Streaming—will give organizations a single environment to easily and cost-effectively deliver applications infused with real-time AI, using an advanced ML/AI model proven by industry leaders such as Netflix and Uber.

Posted January 12, 2023

Most database implementations are anything but static. Once deployed, databases are queried, updated, loaded, unloaded, reorganized, and data is deleted and inserted from them on an ongoing basis. Data is also moved around and replicated all over the place. All of these activities resulting in database changes cause storage requirements to change as well.

Posted January 12, 2023

Uncertain economic conditions, skills shortages, rising automation, increasing regulation, and digital disruption—all add up to a stew of both challenges and opportunities for data managers in the year ahead. Emerging technologies—and new attitudes—are reshaping the look and scope of the information management landscape, with implications for overall business strategies and individual careers alike.

Posted January 12, 2023

Moving to the cloud may seem, on its surface, a good way to better manage the quality and viability of data resources for enterprises. However, as data accelerates its move to the cloud, the complexity involved in assuring quality and viability has only increased.

Posted January 12, 2023

Delivering technology alone will not be enough in 2023 as we move into a post-COVID landscape. Many companies are dealing with a hybrid workforce while also moving to become more sustainable and accustomed to new ways of integrating emerging technologies such as AI. To help make the process of identifying useful products and services easier, each year, DBTA presents a list of Trend-Setting Products. Several MV leaders including Kore Technologies, Revelation Software, and Rocket Software continue to meet the new challenges of each year and again top this list.

Posted January 12, 2023

Data integration technologies, capabilities, and methodologies are evolving. It can be difficult to figure out what solutions or approaches may be best for the business and its digital transformation. Informatica recently held a special webinar titled "Data Integration Trends for 2023," with Makesh Renganathan, director product management, Informatica, and John O'Brien, principal advisor and CEO, Radiant Advisors, to discuss data integration trends to improve data management.

Posted January 11, 2023

IBM is announcing its latest ecosystem program, IBM Partner Plus, which will enrich and deepen IBM's engagement with partners, resellers, hyperscalers, technology providers, independent software vendors, and systems integrators. By increasing access to valuable IBM resources, incentives, and tailored support, business partners of IBM will ultimately be empowered by the company's strategies geared toward automation, security, and modernization, according to the company.

Posted January 09, 2023

In the ever-shifting markets professionals work in today, companies must have the ability to remain agile and flexible throughout their business operations. To combat the uncertainties of the marketplace and customer demands for fast service, businesses have turned to open-source technology over the past decade. Open-source technologies provide IT and development teams with the agility to implement innovative tools and practices—such as DevOps and Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD).

Posted January 09, 2023

LogRhythm, the company empowering security teams to navigate the ever-changing threat landscape, is introducing a series of expanded capabilities and integrations for its security operations solutions. Following the October launch of LogRhythm Axon, a groundbreaking, cloud-native security operations platform, the company is introducing new visualizations and powerful analytics that offer seamless visibility into potential security risks.

Posted January 06, 2023

A special registration period for Data Summit 2023 is now open. Take advantage of the best deal of the year with Super Early Bird savings off your pass. While we finalize the program, you can save big with $300 off the regular rate of our most popular passes. Preferential pricing is offered to attendees who register before January 20. Additionally, worry free registration is available through February 10.  

Posted January 06, 2023

Progress, trusted provider of application development and infrastructure software, announced it is entering a definitive agreement to acquire MarkLogic, a provider of managing complex data and metadata and a Vector Capital portfolio company. Upon closing of the planned transaction, MarkLogic is expected to enhance Progress' commitment of delivering the best products to develop, deploy, and manage high-impact applications by providing a unified enterprise-grade semantic data platform that empowers customers to derive value from complex data.

Posted January 04, 2023

OneQode, global Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) company, is joining the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), providing enhanced offerings to enterprise customers in the Asia-Pacific region, with a particular focus on gaming, virtual and augmented reality, and other high-performance applications.

Posted January 04, 2023

Oracle is opening an Oracle Cloud Region in Chicago, Illinois, continuing one of the fastest expansions of any major cloud provider. Oracle's 41st global region and fourth in the U.S. offers customers and partners a new option to locate their infrastructure, applications, and data for optimal performance and latency.

Posted January 04, 2023

From cloud to AI and onto new technologies and methodologies such as DataOps, another year means more solutions to choose from. Here, executives of leading companies provide predictions for what's ahead in 2023 for big data. Plans for 5G deployments, new AI technologies like the metaverse or digital twins, and the rise of data fabric and data mesh are just some of the latest trends experts see coming to fruition in 2023.

Posted December 20, 2022

ClearML, the provider of an open-source, unified, end-to-end MLOps platform, is announcing a recent integration of its platform with the latest NVIDIA TAO Toolkit 4.0 release.

Posted December 20, 2022

Kyndryl, a provider of IT infrastructure services, is launching Kyndryl Cloud Native Services to enhance cloud application modernization for its customers.

Posted December 19, 2022

Data mesh is all the rage. The objective? To eliminate artificial roadblocks and extend the means of data production across the enterprise—thereby expanding the scope of data products the organization generates. And, ultimately, increasing the value and use of data in decision making and operational practice.

Posted December 15, 2022

Ellen Mary Challans, better known by her pen name Mary Renault, was attributed with saying, "There is only one kind of shock worse than the totally unexpected: the expected for which one has refused to prepare." The early years of the second decade of the 21st millennium have been scarred by the consequences of willful negligence cascading throughout the world due to the inconvenience of nonchalantly ignoring unexpected inevitabilities.

Posted December 15, 2022

Though 2022 hasn't been a particularly bright year for the blockchain space, the technology still has room to grow. The consensus from experts is that 2023 may see a move toward increased adoption of Web3 technology including blockchain as many will start to realize that it has to offer plenty of benefits over traditional systems such as increased security and transparency, lower costs, faster transactions, and more efficient storage space.

Posted December 14, 2022

Tricentis, a provider of continuous testing and a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), announced it has achieved Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise for its automated and AI-driven solutions. Tricentis now supports Oracle Cloud Infrastructure capabilities and is available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Tricentis enables release readiness for rapid feedback from automated business practices for UAT and Data Validation.

Posted December 14, 2022

As we gear up for another year, Lloyd Adams, president at SAP North America, offers his predictions for what's on the horizon including trends in sustainability, cloud, AI, and more.

Posted December 14, 2022

To say the past year has been interesting for data managers and professionals is an understatement. Intensifying efforts to achieve data-driven processes, escalating security issues, shifts toward graph and cloud databases, and supply chain turbulence have dominated data teams' task lists. The coming year will be no different.

Posted December 13, 2022

Opaque Systems, provider of secure, multi-party analytics and AI for Confidential Computing, is launching its flagship platform—the Opaque platform—to expand the use cases for Confidential Computing and empower data scientists' use of existing skills to combat current data analytics challenges.

Posted December 13, 2022

Red Hat OpenShift Data Science, the managed cloud service for data scientists and developers of intelligent applications, is adding a slew of new updates and features to promote deeper data analysis and better collaboration between ITOps, data scientists, and intelligent application developers.

Posted December 12, 2022

IBM, as part of its continued efforts toward prioritizing its ecosystem partners, is announcing new SaaS offerings, consulting capabilities, and expanded mainframe application modernization in collaboration with AWS to enhance the experiences of both partner and client alike.

Posted December 12, 2022

MANTA brings intelligence to metadata management by providing a data lineage platform that automatically scans your data environment to build a powerful map of all data flows and deliver it through a native UI and other channels to both technical and non-technical users. With MANTA, everyone gets full visibility and control of their data pipeline.

Posted December 12, 2022

Today's data environments are highly diverse—residing on many platforms and requiring a variety of approaches to ensure data resiliency and availability. Delivering technology alone will not be enough in 2023. To help make the process of identifying useful products and services easier, each year, DBTA presents a list of Trend-Setting Products. These products, platforms, and services range from long-established offerings that are evolving to meet the needs of their loyal constituents, to breakthrough technologies that may only be in the early stages of adoption.

Posted December 08, 2022

The British royal family safeguards its crown jewels—the treasures held by the English monarchy comprising more than 100 objects estimated to be worth billions—with world-class security systems, including two-ton steel doors and bomb-proof glass. When the crown jewels are transported or moved, such as for a royal wedding or the recent coronation ceremony, they are guarded closely by elite, ex-military members at all times—with access restricted to only a few security-cleared individuals.

Posted December 08, 2022

Modern applications have increasingly leveraged Kubernetes as the "OS of the cloud" because of its ability to abstract the underlying cloud platform and coordinate the activities of multiple docker containers. Kubernetes does indeed radically simplify the deployment and administration of multi-service distributed applications. However, it has a significant learning curve, and maintaining a largescale Kubernetes cluster can be daunting.

Posted December 08, 2022

Often data is categorized into very high-level groupings of structured or unstructured. Generally, structured data is considered data that conforms to an easily identifiable pattern and as part of this conforming, that data may be easily loaded into a relational database table "as is." Examples of this might be fixed-format files, or comma-separated files having an agreed upon pattern to each record within it. Unstructured data supposedly cannot be loaded "as is" into a relational table. Unstructured data is, by name, lacking an identifiable structure to make sense of the data, right? Not exactly.

Posted December 08, 2022

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