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Data Integration

Traditional approaches to the process of combining disparate data types into a cohesive, unified, organized view involve manual coding and scripting. The need for Real-Time Business Intelligence and the ability to leverage a wider variety of data sources is driving companies to embrace new ways to achieve Data Integration, including Data Virtualization, Master Data Management, and Integration Automation.



Data Integration Articles

Apptio, Inc., a leading provider of technology business management (TBM) SaaS applications, and IBM are partnering to help clients improve hybrid cloud technology decision-making and drive adoption of Red Hat OpenShift and IBM's open hybrid cloud approach.

Posted October 18, 2021

BMC has announced its 16th annual mainframe survey results and new and expanded capabilities within the BMC AMI (Automated Mainframe Intelligence) and BMC Compuware portfolios to fully support customers as they progress on their digital transformation journeys.

Posted October 18, 2021

Catalogic Software, a leading provider of smart data protection solutions, is introducing a new feature set for CloudCasa, Catalogic's cloud native backup-as-a-service platform, enabling support for backup of Kubernetes persistent volumes including Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS) persistent volumes, to cloud storage. It is offered in a new capacity-based subscription model.

Posted October 18, 2021

Oracle has announced plans to expand its cloud region footprint to support customer demand for Oracle Cloud services worldwide. Over the next year, Oracle will open 14 cloud regions with new locations across Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. Upcoming cloud regions include Milan (Italy), Stockholm (Sweden), Marseille (France), Spain, Singapore (Singapore), Johannesburg (South Africa), Jerusalem (Israel), Mexico, and Colombia. Additional second regions will open in Abu Dhabi (U.A.E.), Saudi Arabia, France, Israel, and Chile. Oracle plans to have at least 44 cloud regions by the end of 2022, continuing one of the fastest expansions of any major cloud provider.

Posted October 14, 2021

Morpheus Data, the hybrid cloud application orchestration company, is offering its latest software release, targeting enterprises trying to manage a complex mix of VMware, Kubernetes, and Public Cloud services. Morpheus v5.3.3 simplifies how IT Operations works across private and public clouds as well as heterogeneous Kubernetes clusters. This eliminates management silos for platform engineering teams trying to enable developer self-service and modernize legacy applications, according to the vendor.

Posted October 14, 2021

Privacera, the unified data access governance provider founded by the creators of Apache Ranger, is releasing PrivaceraCloud 4.0, enabling enterprises to securely and rapidly exchange data—both inside and outside organizational boundaries—with a unified interface to govern and enforce fine-grained data permissions and policies.

Posted October 13, 2021

Streamlit, the creators of an app framework for machine learning and data science, is offering Streamlit 1.0, adding improvements and customization options that allow data scientists to go from data and models to deploying apps. Streamlit is an easy-to-use framework that lets data scientists quickly build web apps to access and explore machine learning models, advanced algorithms, and complex data types.

Posted October 12, 2021

Domino Data Lab, provider of an Enterprise MLOps platform, announced it has received $100 million in a latest funding round along with expanding its partnership with NVIDIA to further integrate products and expand joint sales efforts to support customers' efforts to build model-driven businesses.

Posted October 12, 2021

Databases are vital to every business. They are responsible for recording and communicating some of the organization's most critical data. Whether it's related to employee records, sales transactions, product inventory, customer profiles, or even just marketing activities, organizations often can't afford to lose any database data.

Posted October 11, 2021

ScaleOut Software is adding major extensions to its ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service that enable real-time digital twin software to implement and host machine learning and statistical analysis algorithms. Real-time digital twins can now make extensive use of Microsoft's ML.NET machine learning library to implement these groundbreaking capabilities for virtually any IoT device or source object.

Posted October 08, 2021

Cube Dev, the open-source company behind Cube.js, is releasing Cube Cloud, a hosted version of the company's open source Cube.js analytics API. With Cube Cloud, companies build data applications like metrics dashboards and analytics features that consume data from their cloud data warehouse—without building or hosting any of the complex technologies required to make this possible, according to the vendor.

Posted October 07, 2021

VMware, Inc. is offering Cross-Cloud services to help customers navigate the multi-cloud era, giving users integrated services that will help deliver a faster and smarter path to cloud to build, run, and better secure apps across any cloud with freedom and flexibility. This announcement was made at VMWare 2021.

Posted October 07, 2021

Brian O'Neill, founder and principal of Designing for Analytics, discussed the key design challenges data product teams face during his presentation at Data Summit Connect 2021.        

Posted October 07, 2021

TigerGraph is releasing TigerGraph 3.2, including more than 40 critical enterprise features such as new availability, scalability, manageability, and security functionalities to ensure mission-critical graph applications work in both private and public clouds. This latest enterprise version of TigerGraph will meet ever-increasing demand from the world's top companies, boost developer adoption, and address key data science requirements, according to the vendor.

Posted October 06, 2021

Oracle has announced the availability of the Oracle Exadata X9M platforms, the latest version of its systems for running Oracle Database. The new Exadata X9M offerings include Oracle Exadata Database Machine X9M and Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M—a platform that runs Oracle Autonomous Database in customer data centers. "For X9M we adopted the latest CPUs, networking, and storage hardware, and optimized our software to deliver dramatically faster performance," said Juan Loaiza, executive vice president, mission-critical database technologies, Oracle.

Posted October 06, 2021

Appsian Security, a provider of ERP data security and compliance software, has released a unified GRC (governance, risk, and compliance) platform designed to automate ERP access governance, identity governance, user provisioning/de-provisioning, and segregation of duties.

Posted October 06, 2021

Oracle recently announced the availability of Java 17, the latest version of the programming language and development platform. Java 17 delivers thousands of performance, stability, and security updates, as well as 14 JEPs (JDK Enhancement Proposals) to further improve the Java language and platform to help developers be more productive.

Posted October 06, 2021

Organizations focus a majority of their database migration efforts on a single task: synchronizing data from production to their new target database. The migration goal is to have a perfect copy of the production data in the replacement database so that the cutover will be in as small of a maintenance window as possible. While data migration is a critical step in the overall migration project plan, it shouldn't consume the majority of an organization's resources. There are four key areas to consider when planning a migration from MongoDB to Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility.

Posted October 05, 2021

What types of platforms are most viable for modern data analytics requirements? These days, there are a wide variety of choices avail­able to enterprises, including data lakes, ware­houses, lakehouses, and other options—resident within an on-site data center or accessed via the cloud. The options are boundless. It's a matter of finding the best fit for the business task at hand.

Posted October 05, 2021

You might think the title of this article is some­what controversial, but you should wait to render judgment until you've read to the end. There are several important shifts impacting data management and database administration that cause manual practices and procedures to be ineffective. Let's examine several of these trends.

Posted October 05, 2021

Modern businesses make decisions based on data that's been carefully collected, extracted, formatted, and analyzed. Data powers competitiveness, brings new products to the marketplace, and improves the customer experience. The use cases are nearly endless, but there's a catch: Working with all that data is becoming increasingly complex.

Posted October 05, 2021

The proliferation of data sources, types, and stores is increasing the challenge of combining data into meaningful, actionable information. As a result, the need for faster and smarter data integration capabilities is growing. In a recent survey, nearly half of DBTA subscribers indicated that real-time insights are critical to their data strategies. At the same time, to deliver actual value, people need information they can trust, so balancing governance is essential nowadays, especially with ongoing regulatory requirements.

Posted October 05, 2021

Cloudian is now offering support for Red Hat OpenShift, providing enterprise-level persistent storage for modern, cloud-native applications on-premises. OpenShift customers will be able to deploy Cloudian's HyperStore object storage solution in their own data centers and take advantage of its fully native S3 compatibility, limitless scalability, military-grade security, and cloud-like agility, according to the vendor.

Posted October 05, 2021

NVIDIA and VMware are collaborating to develop an AI-ready enterprise platform that brings the world's leading AI stack and optimized software to the infrastructure used by hundreds of thousands of enterprises worldwide.

Posted October 05, 2021

Fortanix Inc., the data-first multicloud security company, is partnering with Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, making Data Security Manager SaaS (DSM SaaS) available to Snowflake customers. This gives users the ability to tokenize data inside and outside Snowflake.

Posted October 04, 2021

BMC has announced the acquisition of StreamWeaver, a software company that helps enterprises achieve their end-to-end observability, AI operations (AIOps), cloud migration, and cost reduction goals with extensive data integration capabilities.

Posted October 04, 2021

IBM and Linux Foundation AI and Data (LFAI and Data) have joined together to create a "one-stop shop" for trusted data and AI artifacts in order to reduce duplication across teams when creating assets, as well as mitigate traceability, governance, risk management, lineage tracking, and metadata collection issues.  

Posted October 04, 2021

Zadara, a provider of edge cloud services, is partnering with Zenlayer, enabling the companies to offer managed storage solutions that businesses can deploy from on-premises data centers, private colocation facilities, or the cloud. The addition of Zadara's zStorage enables Zenlayer to provide backup and disaster recovery solutions on a global scale—even at the edge, closer to where data is generated and consumed.

Posted October 01, 2021

Cloudastructure, a cloud-native AI surveillance company, is adding a new enterprise-grade solution with robust administration and safety features as well as AI analytics to its suite of offerings to meet the growing needs of its larger customers. The new enterprise-grade offering will include different levels of administrative and user roles through its Permission System as well as a complete audit trail of user interaction with unlimited storage.

Posted October 01, 2021

Pure Storage, which delivers storage as-a-service in a multi-cloud world, has unveiled a progression of the company vision of modernizing how customers work with data—by modernizing infrastructure, operations, and applications. "Since our founding, Pure has delivered simplicity and reliability at scale—what organizations need more than ever as they increasingly adopt cloud native architectures and modern applications like AI/ML and advanced analytics," said Charles Giancarlo, chairman and CEO, Pure Storage. "Our new software innovations further our goal of making infrastructure invisible to developers, using it as simple as calling an API, and delivering it as a service."

Posted September 30, 2021

TIBCO has announced a series of innovations to its Predict portfolio that reduce time to data-driven insights, fueling the pervasive use of analytics and data science capabilities. "Organizations require insights at everyone's fingertips, no matter where they are on their digital business journey," said Mark Palmer, senior vice president, engineering, TIBCO. "We designed all our latest enhancements to be immersive, smart, and real time, with an ongoing mission to help everyone leverage the limitless power of data, yielding insights at the speed of thought."

Posted September 30, 2021

StreamSets, a provider of data integration for modern analytics, has announced StreamSets DataOps Platform Summer ‘21. The Summer ‘21 release is an end-to-end data integration platform to build, run, monitor and manage smart data pipelines to deliver continuous data. Summer ‘21 lets any data engineer build and deploy streaming, batch or CDC pipelines to any platform via an easy-to-use cloud service.

Posted September 30, 2021

Alteryx and UiPath have expanded their strategic partnership and introduced new integrations with a connector as part of Alteryx's recent product release. Together, Alteryx analytic process automation (APA) and UiPath robotic process automation (RPA) eases the process of digital transformation by unlocking the value from enterprise data.

Posted September 30, 2021

Flexential, a provider of data center colocation, cloud, and connectivity, announced that it has achieved the Amazon Web Service (AWS) Service Delivery designation for AWS Direct Connect. This recognizes Flexential for following best practices and having proven success delivering AWS services to end customers.

Posted September 30, 2021

Sumo Logic, a provider of software cloud monitoring, log management, cloud SIEM tools, and IBM have announced the availability of Sumo Logic's Continuous Intelligence Platform on Red Hat Marketplace, a marketplace for container-based software. Sumo Logic will offer its cloud-native security and observability solutions for companies running on the Red Hat OpenShift platform, with the goal of helping them to deploy faster and achieve insights into their cloud and hybrid infrastructures, applications, and services.

Posted September 30, 2021

Dynatrace and Microsoft have expanded their strategic collaboration. The Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform will be available as native SaaS on Microsoft Azure. In addition, the Dynatrace platform will be available natively in the Microsoft Azure Portal, making Dynatrace set-up automatic while also streamlining procurement and simplifying the user experience.

Posted September 30, 2021

C3 AI and Google Cloud have announced a partnership to help organizations across multiple industries accelerate their application of AI solutions. "Combining the innovation, leadership, scale, and go-to-market expertise of Google Cloud with the substantial business value delivered from C3 AI applications, this partnership will dramatically accelerate the adoption of enterprise AI applications across all industry segments," said Thomas M. Siebel, C3.ai CEO. 

Posted September 30, 2021

A multi-cloud approach can provide a number of benefits including avoiding vendor lock-in, optimizing cost performance, and increasing reliability by distributing resources in the event of an IT disaster. These advantages have many organizations racing to adopt multi-cloud as the solution to their infrastructure needs. However, an unsuccessful transition can cost businesses significant time, resources, and money. Moving to multi-cloud requires deep planning and knowledge of each ecosystem to ensure a smooth transition.

Posted September 30, 2021

Rockset, the real-time analytics company, is adding enhancements to its cloud native, real-time analytics database that delivers best-in-class enterprise-grade security and compliance capabilities. Additionally, with this launch Rockset is proud to announce it has successfully completed SOC 2 Type II certification, the most thorough and widely valued of the three SOC reports.

Posted September 29, 2021

Vertica is releasing its new unified software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, Vertica Accelerator, delivering high-performance and scalable analytics as well as end-to-end, in-database machine learning while running on AWS.  Vertica Accelerator runs on AWS public cloud infrastructure in a customer's own AWS account, providing the ability to preserve all negotiated pricing and committed spend while automating the setup and management of the Vertica environment.

Posted September 28, 2021

Hazelcast announced version 5.0 of the Hazelcast platform is now available for general release, merging IMDG and Jet solutions along with introducing a host of new features. In a blog post, Matko Medenjak, engineering manager at Hazelcast, reports that after the beta release of 5.0, Hazelcast has made an effort to make the product adhere to the stability and production-ready standards which are expected from any Hazelcast release.

Posted September 28, 2021

MathWorks has announced introduced Release 2021b of the MATLAB and Simulink product families. Release 2021b (R2021b) offers new and updated features and functions in MATLAB and Simulink, along with two new products and five major updates.

Posted September 28, 2021

The pandemic has shown clearly that the risk of doing nothing in digital is exceeding the risk of doing something. Now is the time to seize the opportunity to become the next digital rainmaker.

Posted September 27, 2021

The amount of data associated with networks is massive, especially when compared to the percentage of traffic that is actually malicious. There is just too much data to analyze in a single day, and this problem is compounded on a daily basis. Threat tactics are constantly changing, with events occurring at a higher frequency, which is forcing the network security industry to prepare for and react to any questionable situation. To make matters worse, cybersecurity specialists are in very high demand, and there is a limited pool of talent from which to draw.

Posted September 27, 2021

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