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Data Warehousing

Hardware and software that support the efficient consolidation of data from multiple sources in a Data Warehouse for Reporting and Analytics include ETL (Extract, Transform, Load), EAI (Enterprise Application Integration), CDC (Change Data Capture), Data Replication, Data Deduplication, Compression, Big Data technologies such as Hadoop and MapReduce, and Data Warehouse Appliances.



Data Warehousing Articles

Syntax, a multi-cloud and multi-ERP managed cloud provider for mission-critical applications, is now an AWS SAP Competency Partner, demonstrating technical proficiency and proven success in SAP implementation, including best practices to streamline cloud migration and/or transformation.

Posted July 28, 2021

More organizations are realizing the importance of responding to queries in real-time with the right data sets. At the same time, however, there is a constant need to do more with less. That's where InfluxDB Cloud comes in, a leading time series data platform. It's more than a database—InfluxDB Cloud is your all-in-one observability platform including data ingestion tools, dashboarding engine, and real time alerting capability.

Posted July 15, 2021

Within IT, testing has matured as an industry. Many tools exist, and many IT shops have testing groups. But, often those testing groups are unable to assist on data-related projects. The heart of the problem is that the focus of the testing practice has been perverted. The testing industry is concerned primarily with validating code, specifically the kinds of code that interact with people. With data-related projects, the need is to test the accuracy of the data at rest within the structures.

Posted July 15, 2021

The business uses for cognitive computing and related technologies, including AI, machine learning, natural language processing, and robotic processing automation, are becoming more widespread than ever. To help readers gain a greater understanding about this emerging area of information technology, the solutions available, and their role in handling real-world challenges, DBTA and Big Data Quarterly present the list of Cool Companies in Cognitive Computing.

Posted July 15, 2021

Rivery, providers of a DataOps platform, is introducing Rivery CLI (command-line-interface), enabling customers to take the power, speed, and scalability of DataOps to a new level. The Rivery CLI enables data engineers and other data developers to remotely execute, edit, deploy, and manage data pipelines via CLI and convert data pipelines into infrastructure as code (IaC).

Posted July 13, 2021

Airbyte, creators of a fast-growing open-source data integration platform, is releasing an open source data integration for data lakes, enabling AWS users to replicate data from anywhere to their Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) account. Companies are now able to leverage Airbyte's 75-plus pre-built connectors, or build their own custom connectors within two hours using Airbyte's Connector Development Kit (CDK), in order to replicate their data to S3.

Posted July 09, 2021

As the demand for digital transformation continues to accelerate, the majority of new projects and initiatives rolling out of enterprise IT departments today involve the use of cloud solutions and services. For many organizations, cloud is increasingly becoming a central component of corporate data strategies and driving discussions not only around brands, features and migration strategies, but core IT issues like performance, flexibility, and security.

Posted July 02, 2021

DigitalOcean, offering the cloud for developers, startups and SMBs, is partnering with MongoDB to offer Managed MongoDB, a new, fully-managed database as a service (DBaaS). "We are very excited, MongoDB is a database loved by modern developers for building scalable, robust, infrastructures for data applications," said Raman Sharma, VP product marketing, DigitalOcean. "Now developers can focus entirely on developing apps."

Posted July 02, 2021

TigerGraph, provider of a leading graph analytics platform, is expanding its partner ecosystem in the United States, Europe, and Asia to help meet the growing demand for its platform. The company has added an array of global systems integrators, technology vendors, and fulfillment companies to its partner roster.

Posted June 30, 2021

Flexential, a leading provider of data center colocation, cloud, and connectivity, is offering a newly enhanced customer portal, the Flexential Xperience Platform(FXP), providing improved user experience and functionality and enabling the end-to-end visibility and control that modern organizations require to maximize IT system performance.

Posted June 30, 2021

Datometry, a provider of database virtualization, has announced support for Oracle applications in its flagship product Datometry Hyper-Q, a database virtualization platform that makes databases and applications fully interoperable. Datometry Hyper-Q for Oracle will enable enterprises to run their business-critical applications, originally written for Oracle, on additional platforms without having to perform a database migration.

Posted June 29, 2021

Tableau, provider of the leading analytics platform, is bringing data analytics and AI enhancements together in a suite of new and expanded augmented analytics features. Tableau's latest release will empower more people with the right technology to make smarter and faster decisions regardless of their role and skill level, according to the vendor.

Posted June 29, 2021

Marvell is introducing its new OCTEON 10 DPU designed to accelerate and process a broad spectrum of security, networking, and storage workloads required by demanding 5G, cloud, carrier, and enterprise datacenter applications.

Posted June 28, 2021

Morpheus Data, the hybrid cloud application orchestration company, is releasing a significant update of its platform, aiming to help enterprise customers streamline the transition to containers and simplify the adoption of infrastructure-as-code. "It has become virtually impossible for IT teams to manage an increasingly complex set of cloud services, container platforms, and automation tools," said Brad Parks, chief marketing officer at Morpheus Data. "Customers are flocking to Morpheus because we eliminate technology silos and bring order to cloud, container, and automation chaos."

Posted June 24, 2021

Hasura, the data access infrastructure company, is adding cross database joins to the Hasura GraphQL Engine, allowing the ability to access data across databases at the API layer. The company also added schema sharing capabilities and git-based CI/CD workflows. These features are available in preview and will be generally available later this year.

Posted June 24, 2021

SAP intends to create a larger business network for business communities to connect and improve business outcomes, better navigate changing economic and geopolitical conditions, and enhance sustainability contributions. SAP unveiled the first step toward creating the world's largest business network with SAP Business Network, which will bring together Ariba Network, SAP Logistics Business Network, and SAP Asset Intelligence Network. Over 5.5 million organizations will benefit from being members of this connected community, according to the vendor.

Posted June 23, 2021

MariaDB Corporation is releasing MariaDB Community Server 10.6 with enhancements that bring significant advancements to the open source MariaDB community. MariaDB Community Server 10.6 adds important features for developers with JSON table functionality, frees users from expensive proprietary ties with expanded PL/SQL compatibility, and adds powerful insurance for bad database days with atomic DDL.

Posted June 23, 2021

Zaloni, a provider of data management and DataOps software, has announced the 6.4 release of the Zaloni Arena DataOps platform. "Zaloni's latest release provides new automated governance and data consumption features that deliver trusted data to end users faster than ever before," said Susan Cook, CEO of Zaloni. 

Posted June 22, 2021

Sisense, a leading AI-driven platform for infusing analytics everywhere, is forming a partnership with Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, in addition to achieving premier Status in the Snowflake Partner Connect Program with its optimized real-time live connector.

Posted June 16, 2021

Oracle has announced the addition of 13 more Always Free services to Oracle Cloud Free Tier, enabling developers and operators to learn, try out, and deploy workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

Posted June 16, 2021

With new "data models" and types of database systems purported to be better than relational, it seems that the industry is all too ready to stick a fork in relational. So, is relational technology outdated? There are all sorts of pretenders to the throne for data management including Hadoop, XML, and the various types of NoSQL database products. But why? Are there truly any shortcomings in the relational way that require its wholesale replacement?

Posted June 14, 2021

DataOps is becoming the solution enterprises are choosing to bring improved quality and reduced cycle times to data analytics. Borrowing from Agile Development, DevOps and statistical process control, this new methodology is poised to revolutionize data analytics with its eye on the entire data lifecycle. DBTA held a webinar with Susan Cook, CEO, Zaloni; Dan Potter, VP of product marketing, Qlik; and Chris Bergh, CEO, DataKitchen, who discussed emerging DataOps best practices and solutions.

Posted June 11, 2021

We're still at the start of the 2020s, and already, things look very different from the preceding decade. For data executives and profession­als, the years ahead may mean change on a scale never seen before in the IT industry. Promising new technologies—as well as redesigned and repurposed older ones—are reshaping the data center and analytics shops in new and exciting ways. We asked industry leaders for their views on what is enhancing the ability of enterprises to compete on data.

Posted June 10, 2021

Traditional DBAs who have spent a lot of time with all the nerd knobs at their disposal need to think more about the movement of data. Instead of thinking in terms of data administration—and running the risk of becoming redundant—they should become more familiar with how data moves in and out of their enterprises.

Posted June 10, 2021

Today's data environments are becoming more flexible and portable than their more rigid, siloed predecessors, thanks to emerging approaches. Strategies that are the building blocks of portability, adaptability, and rapid delivery—containers, microservices, DevOps, and DataOps—are transforming the way data is managed.

Posted June 02, 2021

Immuta, a leading provider of cloud data access control, is adding enhanced integrations with Amazon Redshift, Azure Synapse Analytics, Databricks SQL Analytics, and Trino (formerly PrestoSQL). These new integrations—combined with existing support for Databricks, Snowflake, Google BigQuery and Starburst—enable Immuta to provide universal cloud data access control across all popular data lakehouse technologies, according to the vendor.

Posted May 27, 2021

As restrictions caused by the pandemic begin to ease and a "new normal" for business comes into view, some organizations are emerging as winners. Key to thriving and not just surviving, many experts say, is the ability to use data more effectively, enabled by the well-applied use of the right database technologies and cloud resources as well as automation and AI.

Posted May 26, 2021

Smart Data, a leading custom software development company, and CNBS Software, an experienced SAP partner serving enterprise clients, are merging CNBS's capabilities to form an SAP-centric practice within Smart Data. This new practice will include SAP Integration, Fiori Solutions, and Staff Augmentation services and allow CNBS Software to focus on its core offerings of SAP eCommerce and Payment Portals.

Posted May 26, 2021

Accenture and SAP are expanding their decades-long partnership to help companies embed sustainability across the full spectrum of their business operations, empowering users to unlock new value throughout their enterprises and in their value and supply chains.

Posted May 26, 2021

The move to next-generation databases is driven by their ability to help companies achieve competitiveness and reach customers faster and more efficiently. These new breeds of systems can be a force for business transformation—whether it is generating new sources of revenue, enhancing customer experience, or producing data-driven insights that improve how organizations interact with customers.

Posted May 26, 2021

Airbyte, creators of an open-source data integration platform, is releasing the Airbyte Connector Development Kit (CDK), enabling users to easily build connectors to data sources. The connectors make it possible to move and consolidate data from different sources to data warehouses, data lakes, or databases in a process referred to as extract, load, and, when desired, transform (ELT).

Posted May 13, 2021

Many research reports on data usage echo the same message: Around 85% of analytics, big data, and AI projects will fail, despite massive investments of money. At Data Summit Connect 2021, Brian O'Neill, founder and principal, Designing for Analytics, explored why customers and employees are not engaging with data products and services and suggested that this is because, often, they weren't designed around user needs, wants, and behavior.

Posted May 11, 2021

Modern data platforms are built to serve a variety of purposes, from securing sensitive corporate data assets to answering the questions of technically unsophisticated users. At Data Summit Connect 2021, Emma McGrattan, SVP, Actian, outlined the key traits of a winning modern data architecture.

Posted May 11, 2021

The data management world is not standing still; it is constantly evolving as new technologies and new requirements emerge. At Data Summit Connect 2021, Inessa Gerber, director of product management, Denodo, and Ruben Ugarte, data strategist, Practico Analytics discussed data virtualization, the logical data fabric, and how they both mix during their presentation, "Modernizing Data Management with Logical Data Fabric".

Posted May 11, 2021

The modern data warehouse needs to support advanced analytics on multiple types of data from semi-structured to streaming. Driving BI dashboards is still at the heart of a data warehouse, but even those now demand data be current. Old-school batch ETL won't cut it. Paige Roberts, open source relations manager, Vertica, explained why and how our old definitions no longer apply, along with what changed and what drove those changes during her Data Summit Connect 2021 presentation, "Your Definition of a Data Warehouse Is Probably Wrong."

Posted May 11, 2021

PingCAP announced its fully managed Database as a Service, TiDB Cloud, is now available through Public Preview.TiDB is a MySQL compatible, open source, scalable, distributed SQL database that can handle both OLTP and OLAP workloads. With TiDB Cloud, customers can now easily use TiDB on Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud to quickly build modern, mission critical applications, according to the vendor.

Posted May 11, 2021

When it comes to building a data strategy, plans are useless but planning in invaluable, said data management authority and Associate Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University Peter Aiken. Aiken held a workshop titled, "Building a Data Strategy" during Data Summit Connect 2021. It should be concise, actionable, and understandable by business and IT, he said.

Posted May 10, 2021

Cloud adoption in the enterprise continues to accelerate as more and more businesses seek opportunities to reduce costs, increase efficiencies and improve agility. Right now, close to three quarters of DBTA subscribers are planning digital transformation projects focused on cloud solutions.

Posted May 07, 2021

dotData, a pioneer in AI automation and operationalization for the enterprise, is releasing dotData Py Lite, a new containerized AI automation solution to enable data scientists to execute quick POCs and deploy dotData on their desktop.

Posted May 07, 2021

In 2020, very few open source software projects remained truly "open" without a single company acting essentially as an owner. PostgreSQL and Debian are probably the last relics of the idealistic era of the 1980s and 1990s. Let's look at how and why the OSS market and the ownership of open source software projects have changed over time, and take a glimpse into what the future will bring as open source projects continue to mature and as adoption continues to rise.

Posted May 06, 2021

Oracle has announced the availability of Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 5. "This release has been in the making for over a year and represents major breakthroughs in monitoring and management automation for Oracle environments," said Mughees Minhas, product management vice president, enterprise and cloud manageability, Oracle.

Posted May 05, 2021

StorageOS, a leader in cloud native storage management, is releasing Version 2.4 of its persistent container storage platform, delivering a range of powerful enhancements. Key features of StorageOS V2.4 include the provision of Encryption at Rest, a capability designed for organizations that are dependent on encrypted data as a requirement for Kubernetes workloads using persistent storage.

Posted May 04, 2021

ReleaseHub, maker of Environments-as-a-Service, is receiving a seed round of $2.7 million to continue growing its platform. The investing round was led by Sequoia, with participation from Y Combinator, Rogue VC, Liquid Capital, and other angel investors. ReleaseHub is also announcing general availability of its Environments-as-a-Service platform, which allows organizations to quickly and easily deploy, manage, and reproduce production-replica environments.

Posted May 03, 2021

You would think that with the towering importance of data in today's modern organization that data modeling would be viewed as extremely important by management and IT professionals, so it is somewhat ironic that the age of big data has coincided with a long-term slide in data administration and modeling in many organiza­tions. This is not a situation that should continue to be tolerated.

Posted May 03, 2021

If you're looking for proof of the hybrid, multi-platform nature of today's data environments, look no further than many SQL Server sites. Linux—not too long ago seen as a competitive platform to all things Microsoft—has become a platform of choice now supporting many SQL Server environments.

Posted April 29, 2021

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