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At Data Summit 2024, you'll hear the innovative approaches the world's leading companies are taking to solve today's key challenges in data management. The 11th annual Data Summit conference will be held May 8-9, 2024, at the Hyatt Regency Boston, with pre-conference workshops taking place on May 7, 2024. The program is now available for review and a variety of pass options are available to suit individual requirements.

Posted April 29, 2024

JFrog Ltd. the Liquid Software company and creators of the JFrog Software Supply Chain Platform, is offering a new machine learning (ML) lifecycle integration between JFrog Artifactory and MLflow, an open source software platform originally developed by Databricks. 

Posted April 26, 2024

Matthew Groves, DevRel engineer at Couchbase, and Nithish Raghunandanan, senior developer advocate at Couchbase, joined DBTA's webinar Coding With AI: Vector Search and RAG—Building with AI, and AI for building, to offer tips and tricks for using AI with vector search and vector embedding to make more meaningful, intuitive, and tailored search experiences, as well as solve real-world problems and simplify complex coding tasks.

Posted April 25, 2024

Torq, the AI-first security hyperautomation leader, is debuting Torq HyperSOC, a purpose-built solution that leverages the power of Torq's AI-driven hyperautomation platform and natural language processing (NLP) to ease workflows of analysts, engineers, and managers alike. By using NLP to initiate and accelerate security event investigation, triage, and remediation at scale, Torq HyperSOC alleviates various SecOps personas from alert fatigue and job burnout with robust case management functionality and complex process automation.

Posted April 25, 2024

Satori, the industry's leading data security platform, announced further integrations with Collibra, a leading data intelligence platform, providing users with unified and cohesive data management and governance, compliance, and security so that organizations are AI-ready. Integrating Satori and Collibra accelerates secure data access for Collibra users and relieves the burden on data teams by automating tasks such as locating sensitive data and applying security policies, according to the companies.  

Posted April 25, 2024

Cisco, the leader in security and networking, revealed a new approach to securing data centers and clouds in response to the increasing demands the AI revolution has put on IT infrastructure—introducing Cisco Hypershield. According to the company, with this unprecedented innovation, Cisco is tipping the scales in favor of defenders, building on its recent announcements to accelerate AI infrastructure with Cisco's ethernet switching, silicon, and compute portfolio.

Posted April 25, 2024

Qdrant, the high-performance, open-source vector database provider, is debuting the industry's first native vector database offered as a managed hybrid cloud model. The new Qdrant Hybrid Cloud offering is a run-anywhere, self-service solution designed to empower enterprises to deploy and manage vector databases in any cloud provider, on-premise, or edge location. This technological feat capitalizes on the increasing demand for vector databases—particularly as it relates to supporting AI and generative AI (GenAI) initiatives—while offering utmost deployment flexibility and control over sensitive data.

Posted April 25, 2024

VAST Data, the AI data platform company, is debuting the availability of the VAST Data Platform with Google Cloud, now supporting AI workflows within the Google Cloud environment. Additionally, enterprises are now able to deploy multi-node VAST clusters either independently with Google Cloud or in concurrence with on-prem VAST clusters—bringing the entirety of VAST's platform capabilities to both hybrid and native Google Cloud environments.

Posted April 25, 2024

Hitachi Vantara, the data storage, infrastructure, and hybrid cloud management subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., is introducing a strategic realignment of the organization designed to accelerate the company's growth plan, including its ability to respond to market opportunities with a focus on hybrid cloud and generative AI.

Posted April 25, 2024

Datorios, a developer of real-time technology for Apache Flink, is announcing the immediate availability of the Datorios data observability platform—the solution that lets you build, troubleshoot, and deploy data applications faster—for Apache Flink. This latest offering grants greater transparency and insights into stream data processing for Flink pipelines, simplifying the way enterprises manage and audit real-time AI behavior.

Posted April 24, 2024

Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, is debuting a state-of-the-art large language model (LLM) specifically designed to be the most open, enterprise-grade LLM available today: Snowflake Arctic. This innovation from Snowflake leverages a Mixture-of-Experts (MoE) architecture—designed by a composition of industry-leading researchers—to deliver advanced intelligence and efficiency at scale.

Posted April 24, 2024

Avant Technologies, Inc., an artificial intelligence technology (AI) company specializing in the development of advanced AI and data center infrastructure solutions, is announcing the release of a state-of-the-art supercomputing network and comprehensive licensable dataset, with the intention of advancing the AI landscape.

Posted April 24, 2024

Qlik, a global leader in data integration, in an effort to make AI more approachable, is launching the AI Accelerator, designed as an introduction for companies looking to explore the possibilities AI and AI-driven analytics can offer. Qlik's AI Accelerator, available to new and existing customers, offers a direct path for rapid integration, simplifying businesses' initial forays into AI.

Posted April 24, 2024

ScienceLogic, a leader in automated IT operations, is introducing updates to its SL1 AIOps platform that enable operations teams to rapidly identify and respond to issues within hybrid cloud application stacks, accelerating mean time to repair (MTTR). Fueled by customer requests for a more streamlined and customizable operator experience than currently available on the market, the updated SL1 interface brings mission-critical information front and center to streamline operations in high-pressure situations, according to the company.

Posted April 24, 2024

SAP is deploying AI advancements in its supply chain solutions that will unleash a transformative wave of productivity, efficiency, and precision in manufacturing. AI-driven insights from real-time data will help companies use their own data to make better decisions across supply chains, streamline product development, and improve manufacturing efficiency, according to SAP.

Posted April 24, 2024

Avantra, provider of a leading AIOps platform for automating SAP operations, is releasing Avantra 24.1, providing greater operational efficiency through expanded automation and monitoring options to further improve the transparency of SAP operations. 

Posted April 24, 2024

AI talent is in high demand; AI reveals brain oscillations for memory and disease; AI may allow us to talk to whales; AI can help plan meals and other tasks; an AI platform for dentistry just raised $53 million. That was the tip of the AI news iceberg—in one day. Has technology ever garnered so much interest, so widely, so fast? Amid the hype lies the incalculable promise of AI—and the fear of getting left behind by competitors that figure it out first. It's no wonder that organizations are rushing to implement AI, ready or not. The trouble is, many are not ready.

Posted April 24, 2024

With the latest version of Informer on the horizon, Entrinsik is holding a webinar on May 7 with Randall Williams, director of Informer training and curriculum development, to highlight the new features. Whether you're looking to enhance security, improve integration, streamline your workflow, or gain more control over your data environment, these features represent significant strides forward for Informer users, according to the company.

Posted April 24, 2024

Crowdbotics, the pioneer of CodeOps as a new standard methodology for software development, is announcing a new collaboration with Microsoft, aiming to merge Microsoft's expertise in cloud services and AI with Crowdbotics' leadership in CodeOps—an AI-based approach designed to accelerate app development through systematic code reuse. Additionally, Crowdbotics is announcing the general availability of its CodeOps platform, an AI-powered solution enabling systematic code reuse by building on top of a customer's existing DevSecOps processes.

Posted April 23, 2024

Tricentis, a global provider of continuous testing and quality engineering, is updating the company's AI offerings with the launch of Tricentis Copilot, a suite of solutions leveraging generative AI to enhance productivity throughout the entire testing lifecycle.

Posted April 23, 2024

Ali Ahmadi, solutions engineer at Cinchy, and Shiva Nathan, CEO at Onymos, joined DBTA's webinar, How to Build Effective Data Products with DataOps, to explore how DataOps, data-as-a-product thinking, and data fabric architectures are interdependent approaches that fuel data consumers with fast access to reliable, high-quality data and analytics products.

Posted April 22, 2024

It's time to vote for the annual Database Trends and Applications Readers' Choice Awards, a competition in which the winning information management solutions, products, and services are selected by you, the readers. The voting period will be open through Monday, June 10.

Posted April 22, 2024

IBM unveiled its new Cloud Multizone Region (MZR) in Montreal, Quebec, designed to help clients address their evolving regulatory requirements and leverage technology such as generative AI with a secured, enterprise cloud platform. Building on the opening of IBM Cloud's Toronto MZR in 2021 and existing data centers in Montreal, the opening of the new Montreal MZR is planned for the first half of 2025.

Posted April 22, 2024

SAS is expanding the capabilities of the SAS Viya flagship data and AI platform, also making SAS Viya Workbench generally available. Targeted to developers and modelers, Viya Workbench is a self-service, on-demand compute environment for conducting data preparation, exploratory data analysis, and developing analytical and machine learning models.

Posted April 19, 2024

Illumio, Inc., the Zero Trust Segmentation (ZTS) company, is unveiling a variety of new AI and automation capabilities for its ZTS Platform, each designed to ease and accelerate the processes of securing hybrid environments and achieving Zero Trust.

Posted April 19, 2024

CAST, the software intelligence leader, is debuting a new generative AI (GenAI)-based capability to CAST Highlight, the automated observability and governance solution for custom-built software. This AI functionality, AI Advisor (currently in beta), puts IT executives closer to insights regarding their complex custom application portfolios, surfacing key strategic data relating to cloud, technical debt, compliance, costs, and sustainability.

Posted April 18, 2024

Altair, a global leader in computational intelligence, is acquiring Cambridge Semantics, a modern data fabric provider and creator of an analytical graph database that accelerates the creation of comprehensive enterprise knowledge graphs. Bringing together Cambridge Semantics' transformational knowledge graph technology with Altair's leading tools for data analytics and data science offers organizations a solid foundation for building advanced analytics ecosystems that inject artificial intelligence (AI) into day-to-day business operations, according to Altair.

Posted April 18, 2024

Digital Equipment Corporation, known as DEC; Peoplesoft; Sun; and now VMware all have something dark in common. At one point, they were all great American companies leading the path toward innovation in the Six Cities of Silicon Valley. They were magnificent leaders in computing innovation, each at different stages of the evolution of Silicon Valley-based technology.

Posted April 18, 2024

In 2023, the integration of generative AI (GenAI) into the constantly evolving landscape of data management emerged as a game changer, promising to reshape the way organizations interact with databases, data, and metadata. In 2024, as enterprises hamstrung by hiring and budget woes continue to be judged by their productivity and efficiency, they'll also be judged by their ability to do two things: deliver actionable insights and provide guidance in an easily consumable format and empower users of all skill levels to interact with key data and drive insights.

Posted April 17, 2024

Hazelcast, Inc., the company that enables instant action on all data, is announcing the latest iteration of its unified real-time data platform, aiming to empower organizations to rise above workload complexity in the age of AI with unparalleled consistency, performance, and scale. To enable enterprises to move past the "Day 2 problem"—or the data-related challenges the surface after AI model design—Hazelcast Platform 5.4 offers three core innovations: the advanced CP subsystem, the thread-per-core (TPC) architecture, and tiered storage.

Posted April 17, 2024

Innovation in the big data and analytics space continues to blossom, with more companies than ever before riding the high of generative AI. Along with the myriad possibilities of this new sphere of artificial intelligence comes some questions and concerns. Startups are emerging to address challenges and leverage opportunities this new area may bring. Here are 30 startups DBTA thinks are worth watching in 2024.

Posted April 17, 2024

Oracle NetSuite is introducing a series of new product innovations to help businesses in the U.K. optimize finance processes, expand insights, and increase efficiency. The latest updates for customers in the U.K. include new generative AI, enterprise performance management (EPM) and e-invoicing capabilities, and the ability to combine insights from multiple NetSuite instances into a single NetSuite Analytics Warehouse environment.

Posted April 17, 2024

Oracle and Palantir are partnering to provide secure cloud and AI solutions with the aim to power businesses and governments around the world. Oracle's distributed cloud and AI infrastructure, combined with Palantir's leading AI and decision acceleration platforms, will help organizations maximize the value of their data—which will contribute to increasing efficiency, addressing sovereignty requirements, and help them outpace adversaries, according to the companies.

Posted April 17, 2024

There is much ado these days regarding the language facility popular AI tools such as ChatGPT, Midjourney, Microsoft Copilot, and Gemini Connected appear to display. What do these systems comprehend? Do they understand? Are the underlying architectures a big leap toward artificial general intelligence (AGI) or an entertaining dead end? This article is not about that. This is a loosely related thread on how the language we use to describe AI systems affects our ability to govern them effectively.

Posted April 16, 2024

QFunction, the company helping businesses improve their cybersecurity posture and resilience by providing customized AI solutions, is announcing the launch of the company's tailored cybersecurity solutions that empower medium to large-sized enterprises to leverage AI to protect their data, assets, and reputation from the threats of cyberattacks.

Posted April 15, 2024

Syntax Systems, a leading global technology solutions and services provider for cloud application implementation and management, is partnering with Cogniac Corporation, a global leader in enterprise-grade computer vision, to accelerate the development of industrial AI applications—enhancing the automation of manufacturing processes through the integration of advanced computer vision capabilities.

Posted April 11, 2024

Earlier this year, I had the privilege of serving on the organizing committee for the DataTune conference in my hometown of Nashville, Tenn. Unlike many database-specific or platform-specific conferences, which tend to focus on analytics and data science, DataTune covers a wide variety of topics such as database engineering, development, admin­istration, and analytics. I was delighted to be joined on the committee by two friends, Dustin Dorsey and Cameron Cyr, authors of Unlocking dbt: Design and Deploy Transfor­mations in Your Cloud Data Warehouse.

Posted April 11, 2024

Data insights have never been more vital to business operations than they are today. Line-of-business (LOB) teams rely on data insights to drive sustainable growth, lead business operations, and understand cus­tomer behaviors and needs. The growing demand for data analytics has spurred a flourishing $31 billion-plus industry of established and emerging tech companies—but is the data analytics tech stack working for enterprises? Despite years of investment and effort, research indicates that 95% of businesses still strug­gle with operational challenges around data and analytics, leaving only 5% with the competitive advantage data-driven decision making delivers.

Posted April 11, 2024

Data management needs AI and machine learning (ML), and, just as important, AI/ML needs data management. As of now, the two are connected, with the path to suc­cessful AI "intrinsically linked to modern data manage­ment practices," said Dan Soceanu, senior product manager for AI and data management at SAS. Blazing this path requires "pri­oritizing data quality, accessibility, and governance."

Posted April 11, 2024

Data makes the world go round, but there are gaps in the data needed to make the products and raw materials that move around the world. Unforeseen events around the globe—such as weather, wars, ships running aground, or infrastructure issues such as the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse that closed the main shipping lane in and out of the Port of Baltimore—can wreak havoc with even the most carefully planned supply chains.

Posted April 11, 2024

The impact of generative AI (GenAI) is massive and is only going to increase. One area most immediately affected is journalism. Any job that involves the processing and production of the written word is a job that could be impacted by GenAI, which—at the end of the day—is designed to process language inputs and produce convincing output.

Posted April 11, 2024

Gathid is debuting its new approach to identity and access governance, inspired by the power of gathered identities, the platform pinpoints identity and access anomalies with its patented directed graph model. Designed for rapid deployment, immediate applicability, and smooth integration across complex IT infrastructures, this solution tackles the critical need for scalable and cost-effective identity management, according to the company.   

Posted April 10, 2024

AI—both operational and generative—is knocking on enterprises' doors, forcing data managers to make new architectural choices on what it will take to support these data-hungry initiatives. Data mesh and data fabric are increasingly favored to help organizations get better control of their data, but which is the best option?

Posted April 10, 2024

GlobalLogic, a Hitachi group company, is introducing a "first-of-its-kind Platform-of-Platforms" architecture designed to support deployment of enterprise-grade artificial intelligence (AI)—aimed to address critical challenges every enterprise must overcome when operationalizing AI and generative AI (GenAI) at scale.  

Posted April 09, 2024

The market is saturated with thousands of purpose-built database systems. This creates too much noise for analysts and scientists dealing with vital data problems across numerous important application domains: genomics, geospatial, and more. To solve this problem, Stavros Papadopoulos, founder and CEO at TileDB, Inc., is introducing the concept of a universal database, which had heretofore been a missed opportunity in the database community.

Posted April 08, 2024

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