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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

DBI Software, a provider of performance monitoring, tuning, and trending tools for IBM Db2 LUW and SQL Server databases, is releasing version 9 of the DBI Performance Web Suite. Version 9 of the Web Suite, collector, and classic tools includes many new features and enhancements such as a top query resource and degradation analyzer, historical locks, recommendations with links to the relevant views, a Linux version of the Web Suite, and support for Edge.

Posted July 25, 2023

When it comes to acquiring and licensing datasets, assessing the utility and value of the data resources and tools is critical, and it's also complex. At Data Summit 2023, FDIC chief, library and public information Richard Huffine outlined best practices for evaluating licensed datasets.

Posted July 20, 2023

ThoughtSpot, the AI-powered analytics company, is announcing the recent completion of its acquisition of Mode Analytics, the modern business intelligence (BI) platform that brings data teams and business teams together to drive impact.

Posted July 19, 2023

Tenable, the exposure management company, is debuting new Tenable Cloud Security features that target OS vulnerability prevention through threat detection across container images, registries, and pipelines.

Posted July 19, 2023

Digital.ai, a leading AI-powered DevSecOps platform, is adding AI capabilities across its solutions that provide customers with enhanced software delivery capabilities and insights for better decision making. Digital.ai's AI-Powered DevSecOps Platform reflects enterprise demand to use AI to improve decision making, help govern and orchestrate the release of software created and optimized by generative AI tools, and automate software delivery workflows further with AI, according to the company.

Posted July 19, 2023

Experts in next-generation solutions and architectures joined DBTA's webinar, The Race to Unified Analytics: Next-Gen Data Platforms and Architectures, to examine both the business potential of new technologies, as well as its common hurdles—such as data silos, complex data and analytic systems, remaining legacy technologies, integration, and governance and security—that prevent the fruition of a modern, data-accessible enterprise.

Posted July 18, 2023

Flexential, a provider of data center colocation, cloud, connectivity, and data protection, is unveiling plans to significantly grow capacity on its national FlexAnywhere Platform this year, with the construction of a new 36MW phased development at its Atlanta-Douglasville, Georgia campus.

Posted July 17, 2023

IBM announced it is rolling out IBM watsonx—the enterprise-ready AI and data platform. watsonx comprises three products to help organizations accelerate and scale AI—the watsonx.ai studio for new foundation models, generative AI and machine learning (now available); the watsonx.data fit-for-purpose data store, built on an open lakehouse architecture (now available); and the watsonx.governance toolkit to help enable AI workflows to be built with responsibility, transparency and explainability (coming later this year).

Posted July 17, 2023

Zluri, a SaaS operations (SaaSOps) platform, announced the company received $20 million in a recent funding round, enabling the company to help organizations manage their SaaS estates and mitigate risks. The Series B funding round was led by Lightspeed, with participation from existing investors including MassMutual Ventures, Endiya Partners, and Kalaari Capital. The company has now raised $32 million in total venture funding since 2020.

Posted July 13, 2023

OCI (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure) provides integrated foundational and advanced services that work together to accomplish more faster in categories of compute, storage, network, and security. Foundational services include metric, log/logging analytics, alarms, traces, and Ops insights repository. As metrics, logs, and traces are popular discussion topics for today's world, these services are especially significant.

Posted July 13, 2023

Now that we're emerging from the pandemic and the dust is starting to settle, organizations are taking a good, hard look at their digital transformation and modernization priorities moving forward. To shed light on the adoption and maturity of trending data architectures and where the industry is headed, Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, partnered with Radiant Advisors to field the latest survey, "Market Study: 2023 Modern Data Architecture Trends," sponsored by Cambridge Semantics, Informatica, Kinetica, Teradata, and Vertica.

Posted July 13, 2023

Kinetica, the database for time and space, is unveiling a completely free iteration of Kinetica Cloud, enabling anyone to experience real-time data analysis capabilities by simply signing-up—no credit card needed. Kinetica Cloud Free Forever offers the full extent of its services, for free, for up to 10GB of data.

Posted July 12, 2023

Matillion, a provider of data productivity solutions, is offering a Productivity Platform for Data Teams, empowering the entire data team to move, transform, and orchestrate data pipelines, regardless of technical capability. The announcement was made at Snowflake's annual user conference, Snowflake Summit 2023.

Posted July 10, 2023

Timescale, the PostgreSQL++ database company, is announcing that its cloud platform will now operate on a usage-based pricing model, charging customers only for the actual data stored within Timescale services.

Posted July 10, 2023

Many companies have been focusing on AI this year as new technologies and solutions have emerged that promise to leave organizations in the dust if they aren't paying attention. Behind all the wonders that AI brings, however, is the workhorse that must be attended behind the scenes—databases and associated data environments.

Posted July 05, 2023

According to a report published by Allied Market Research, the global mainframe market was estimated at $2.09 billion in 2017, and is expected to hit $2.90 billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 4.3% from 2018-2025. Growth in demand for high-performance computing, development of IoT landscape, and rise in adoption of the mainframe as a service fuel the growth of the global mainframe market. On the other hand, lack of mainframe skilled professionals and high costs restrain the growth to certain extent.

Posted July 03, 2023

Ajay Gollapalli, ecosystem solution director at Informatica, joined DBTA's webinar, Unlock Automation and AI with Microsoft and Informatica, guided viewers through how to tap into data sources to acquire real-time business insights, specifically by leveraging the Informatica Intelligent Data Management Cloud (IDMC) and the Microsoft Fabric.

Posted June 30, 2023

Census, provider of a data activation and reverse ETL platform, announced the launch of new features, Powered by Snowflake, that empower users to activate data using Python to run complex data transformation models on Snowflake. The announcement was made at Snowflake's annual user conference, Snowflake Summit 2023.

Posted June 29, 2023

RisingWave Labs, the company behind the distributed SQL streaming database built for the cloud, is debuting RisingWave Cloud, a fully managed SQL stream processing platform.

Posted June 29, 2023

ClickHouse Inc. is unveiling the general availability of ClickHouse Cloud on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), expanding ClickHouse's accommodation of clients' cloud platform of choice.

Posted June 29, 2023

Immuta, a data security leader, is making key enhancements to its Data Security Platform for Databricks, enabling data teams to leverage Immuta's full platform capabilities to unlock value from data, reduce costs, and speed up innovation while maintaining strong data security posture.

Posted June 28, 2023

Cloudera is unveiling the expansion of its Open Data Lakehouse offerings, now providing support for Apache Iceberg for CDP-Private Cloud.

Posted June 28, 2023

Mendix, a Siemens business and global provider of modern enterprise application development, is releasing Mendix 10, introducing a host of innovations that empower organizations to meet unprecedented demand for software by enabling shifts in enterprise-wide digital solution delivery.

Posted June 27, 2023

How do you know if you're getting the most out of the data analysts in your organization? Wayne Eckerson, president of Eckerson Group, offered a quick checklist to measure how to support the data analyst at Data Summit 2023.

Posted June 26, 2023

MotherDuck, builder of the serverless, easy-to-use data analytics platform based on open source database DuckDB, is announcing the first release of its cloud analytics platform, following its numerous integrations and partnerships, as well as its $47.5M funding round which took place less than a year ago.

Posted June 22, 2023

ThinkData Works Inc., a data catalog provider, is introducing a new data lineage solution that allows companies to better visualize data flows, improving efficiency and observability for an organization's entire data ecosystem. According to the company, the offering provides a comprehensive view of data pipelines, displaying an active graph of data lineage from warehouse to model and letting users analyze and explore pipelines to ensure quality, limit risk, and reduce cost.

Posted June 21, 2023

Tableau, a Salesforce company, announced the 2023.2 version of its platform is now available with new capabilities to improve analytics platform productivity, efficiency, and security. With Tableau Prep, users can now easily perform multi-row calculations that enable the computation of table calculations while preparing data.

Posted June 20, 2023

DBTA held a webinar, Game-Changing Technologies in Machine Learning and AI, joined by a panel of experts to explore the bustling world of AI and ML solutions that can propel any business into the modern age, an era characterized by the need for business flexibility, innovation, and efficacy.

Posted June 20, 2023

Ah, those comprehensive, yet amazingly unclear terms and conditions (T&C). You know the ones. They include a minimum of 10 pages of scrolling text detailing the company's rights and obligations. Of course, the critical bits regarding your data or rights are beyond the point at which even young eyes go blurry.

Posted June 19, 2023

DBTA's webinar, Building a Data Mesh on your Lakehouse, offered best practices and tools for implementing a data mesh—an architectural framework that solves data efficiency challenges through decentralized ownership—as well as how data lakehouse and data pipeline automation can accelerate its adoption and effectiveness.

Posted June 19, 2023

Virtana, an IT operations management (ITOM) company accelerating hybrid, multi-vendor, and multi-cloud infrastructure innovation, is acquiring cloud observability platform, OpsCruise, a purpose-built cloud-native, and Kubernetes observability platform. According to the company, with this acquisition, Virtana continues to deliver on its vision to support simplified and unified hybrid infrastructure observability for on-prem, cloud, and edge multi-vendor environments by extending its hybrid coverage to support cloud-native, open-source, containers, and serverless functions. 

Posted June 16, 2023

In April, I was at Hannover Messe, one of the world's largest trade fairs for industrial technology, which is held annually in Hannover, Germany. Due to COVID-19, the event was canceled for a few years, but this year, it was back, and, I'm happy to report, nearly at full scale. I had forgotten how massive it is. The sheer size of the event, with thousands of exhibitors and hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world attending each year, was truly mind-blowing. You need to have been there to understand.

Posted June 16, 2023

Zilliz is now offering its cloud vector database for free, including a plethora of new features along with additional pricing options for individuals and organizations. According to the company, the move makes vector databases accessible for projects of all sizes. Developers can now, regardless of budget, spin up generative AI applications while protecting against hallucination.

Posted June 15, 2023

On April 20, 2009, Oracle announced that it had entered into an agreement to acquire Sun Microsystems. With the purchase of Sun, Oracle entered the hardware business and obtained the Java programming language. It took a decade for Oracle to realize the monetizing potential of Java.

Posted June 15, 2023

Granica is emerging from stealth—backed by $45M in funding—and introducing its cloud native AI efficiency platform, built to put valuable, data-centric AI research into the hands of enterprises.

Posted June 14, 2023

The technology pendulum has long been swinging between centralization versus decentralization. Is it better to have a mainframe or distributed systems and data across Windows, Linux, and Unix platforms? Is it better to have these server farms or consolidate things with a cloud provider? Now, the action is moving away from the cloud, toward edge and Internet of Things (IoT) configurations. The enterprise market for edge computing will grow by 22% over the coming year, mainly for hardware, according to estimates from Deloitte Global. By contrast, enterprise networking equipment expenditures will grow by 4%, while overall enterprise IT spending is projected to rise by 6%.

Posted June 14, 2023

AWS announced the general availability of AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) Serverless, a platform that automatically provisions and scales migration resources to make database migrations easier. With AWS DMS Serverless, users can replicate data across a wide variety of popular database and analytics engines and services, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, Amazon Redshift, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Aurora, and more.

Posted June 13, 2023

Often, enterprise data management falls into two strategies: offensive and defensive. While defense entails mitigating risk, being offensive unlocks new opportunities. Organizations must incorporate both sides to remain competitive. To achieve this, companies can embrace data-centric architectures.

Posted June 13, 2023

Privacera is announcing the availability of two new AWS Lake Formation integrations, designed to centralize authoring, management, and monitoring of data security and access policies to improve the protection of sensitive data.

Posted June 12, 2023

Quest Software is announcing the launch of erwin Data Intelligence by Quest 13.0 which introduces a centralized marketplace armed with robust search and data discovery functions that drive efficient connection between users and high-value data.

Posted June 12, 2023

Kasten by Veeam, a market leader for Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery, is releasing its new Kasten K10 V6.0 Kubernetes data protection platform, including features that will help customers scale their cloud native data protection more efficiently, better protect their applications and data against ransomware attacks, and increase accessibility by adding new cloud native integrations.

Posted June 12, 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the most discussed hot topic of the moment, but the true impact on our society and the potential impact for enterprises are still unknown. While we may not fully understand its potential impact quite yet, we do understand how AI functions as well as the base level of what it could be capable of. We're already seeing how AI, along with other forms of machine learning (ML) or deep learning, has the potential to revolutionize how organizations function across all industries by doing seemingly small things such as automating repetitive tasks and accelerating outcomes. Those seemingly small things add up and create a big impact.

Posted June 12, 2023

Airbyte is announcing the launch of three new features—checkpointing, column selection, and schema propagation—designed to improve Airbyte's resource usage, efficiency, and reliability while simultaneously enhancing flexibility when addressing compliance requirements

Posted June 09, 2023

Velotix is launching its three-tiered architecture for the Velotix security platform, built to propel organizations on their way toward fully automated data access.

Posted June 08, 2023

There's no question that this year, we're seeing dramatic upheavals in the data and analytics space. AI, of course, is the subject du jour, but any discussion of AI and its potential must, by necessity, involve the data teams that provide the information that makes AI successful. Here are what industry leaders and experts see as the most important technologies shaping the growth of data-driven enterprises.

Posted June 08, 2023

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