Surviving and thriving with data science and machine learning means not only having the right platforms, tools and skills, but identifying use cases and implementing processes that can deliver repeatable, scalable business value. DBTA recently hosted a special roundtable webinar featuring Alyssa Simpson Rochwerger, VP of AI and data, Appen; Doug Freud, SAP platform and technology global center of excellence, VP of data science; and Robert Stanley, senior director, special projects, Melissa Informatics, who discussed new technologies and strategies for expanding data science and machine learning capabilities.
Posted July 31, 2020
IBM and SAP are deepening their partnership with plans to develop several new offerings designed to create a more predictable journey for businesses to become data-driven intelligent enterprises. The Evolution Partnership initiative intends to deliver new intelligent industry solutions to enable end-to-end processes that help companies accelerate the modernization of systems and workflows.
Posted July 22, 2020
Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, is introducing Boomi Blueprint, a framework to ensure that customers' digital ambitions are realized and implemented effectively and efficiently, thus enabling them to achieve faster ROI. The framework includes leadership guidance, design practice, and implementation practices.
Posted July 13, 2020
VMware announced the company intends to acquire Datrium, expanding the current VMware Site Recovery disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) offering with Datrium's cost-optimized DRaaS solution. In a blog post by John Gilmartin, senior vice president and general manager, cloud platform business unit, VMware, he explained that this move will help customers build hybrid clouds by combining the consistent infrastructure and operations of VMware Cloud with Datrium DRaaS to reduce the cost and complexity of business continuity.
Posted July 13, 2020
Informatica, an enterprise cloud data management provider, is acquring Compact Solutions LLC, expanding metadata management capabilities for the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform, powered by the CLAIRE AI engine. The acquisition strengthens Informatica's abilities in metadata-driven AI and automation and extends capabilities that enable Informatica customers to catalog and govern virtually all types of enterprise data, including complex enterprise systems (e.g. mainframe), multi-vendor ETL, hand-coded scripts, and BI tools, in addition to databases, applications, data warehouses, and data lakes.
Posted July 07, 2020
OCP TECH, a provider of integral technological solutions, is forming a strategic partnership with Oracle, enabling OCP TECH to grow its operations in the United States. The alliance is part of the tech company's larger strategy to build the growing demand for its services, and to meet its clients' evolving needs in this new international scenario on the path to the digital transformation, already underway.
Posted July 02, 2020
Hadoop has evolved into a major part of the data management landscape over the last decade. Yet for some organizations, Hadoop has required many more resources than originally planned, both for implementation and for management. DBTA recently held a webinar with David Leichner, CMO, SQream and Arnon Shimoni, Product Manager and Solution Architect, SQream, who discussed the future of Hadoop along with strategies for companies using the technology.
Posted June 29, 2020
Actian has announced general availability for Actian Vector for Hadoop, its upgraded SQL database designed to help data-driven organizations get the most out of their existing Hadoop data lake investments. The new Vector for Hadoop provides support for machine learning, optimized workload management, and a seamless onramp to the cloud so enterprises can get the most out of their Hadoop investments.
Posted June 24, 2020
DBAs have always been central to how organizations manage, store, and use data. First, they were gatekeepers, limiting access to production environments and carefully shepherding database changes through to avoid the risk of data loss or system downtime.
Posted June 16, 2020
Today, there is a constantly evolving list of data management issues that organizations are contending with. In addition to pressures of exploding data volumes, there is urgent demand for real-time data-driven insights as well as more widespread data access. Expanding regulatory mandates also demand greater data quality and governance, as do cybersecurity threats. Whether cloud-based or on-premise and open source or proprietary, there are many options for data management and analytics. Spanning the spectrum of well-established and cutting edge, the DBTA 100 list recognizes companies that are innovating and preparing for the future.
Posted June 10, 2020
CloudBolt Software, an enterprise cloud management platform, is acquiring SovLabs, enabling CloudBolt to better serve its growing base of global customers and the thousands of VMware vRealize customers as enterprises increasingly adopt new tools like HashiCorp Terraform, Kubernetes, ServiceNow, and more.
Posted June 05, 2020
To get a full appreciation for the incredible pace of change in business technology, look at the past 6 years. In 2014, IDC published a report that said that, by 2020, the digital universe would contain nearly as many digital bits as there are stars in the universe, and the data we create and copy annually would reach 44 zettabytes, or 44 trillion gigabytes. Guess what? It's 2020. And it turns out IDC was correct in assuming that we were about to endure a data deluge.
Posted April 22, 2020
Dynatrace, a software intelligence company, is collaborating with Google and Microsoft on the OpenTelemetry project to shape the future of open standards-based observability.
Posted January 30, 2020
The big data space is constantly in flux. New and emerging technologies plan to disrupt reliable legacy solutions while others hope to work in harmony with tools in the market. What are the next explosive trends for 2020?
Posted January 03, 2020
Oracle OpenWorld, which has for many years been held in San Francisco during the month of September or October, is moving to Las Vegas. "Oracle is excited to offer a modern, state-of-the-art experience for attendees at Oracle OpenWorld and Code One 2020 in Las Vegas," an Oracle spokesperson said in a written statement. "The city and its vast amenities are tailor-made for hosting large-scale events, and we look forward to bringing the industry's most comprehensive technology and developer conference to America's premier hospitality destination."
Posted December 11, 2019
Grafana Labs, the company behind open source projects including Grafana and Loki, is recieving $24 million in Series A funding, which will be used to further invest in the open source community and accelerate the creation of an open and composable observability platform. The round was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from Lead Edge Capital. The company also announced new executive appointments including Douglas Hanna, chief operating officer, Dave Kranowitz, vice president of global sales, and Ryan McKinley, vice president of applications.
Posted November 01, 2019
Teradata has announced new Vantage capabilities to help organizations simplify analytics ecosystems and allow them to move from analytics to answers, wherever they are on their cloud journey. As part of the new offerings, Teradata has launched a Hadoop Migration Program, which provides a collection of tools, processes, and services to help companies move away from Hadoop
Posted October 25, 2019
Regardless of its long-term prospects, Hadoop remains a pivotal technology in the history of databases. Hadoop was one of the key technologies that broke the stranglehold of relational databases, and it forced a shift in the way in which we think about and store data.
Posted October 01, 2019
Okera, an active data management company for data lake security and governance, has announced the Okera Policy Builder, a new feature of the company's data lake security and governance platform that enables data stewards and governance teams to easily create and manage fine-grained access control (FGAC) policies.
Posted August 21, 2019
After more than 15 years, there is still probably no technology more aligned with advent of big data than Hadoop. The Apache Hadoop framework allows for the distributed processing of large datasets across compute clusters, enabling scale up from single commodity servers to thousands of machines for local computing and storage. Designed to detect and handle failures at the application layer, the framework supports high availability.
Posted August 14, 2019
Social media, the Internet of Things, demands for mobile access, and real-time insights are just some of the factors that have increased the pressure on organizations to change how data is managed. And as a result there have never been so many data management choices to deal with it all.
Posted August 14, 2019
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has acquired the business assets of MapR, a data platform for AI and analytics applications powered by scale-out, multi-cloud, and multi-protocol file system technology. "MapR's file system technology enables HPE to offer a complete portfolio of products to drive artificial intelligence and analytics applications and strengthens our ability to help customers manage their data assets end to end, from edge to cloud," said Antonio Neri, president and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Posted August 06, 2019
IBM has launched a data prep solution designed to help clients improve their DataOps processes so they can have data ready for AI more quickly and efficiently. Jointly developed with data prep software provider Trifacta, the new InfoSphere solution is engineered to work in conjunction with clients' existing data environments, including data lakes.
Posted July 08, 2019
It's easy to see when the emperor has no clothes, just as it's easy to spot a truly bad technology. What's much harder is spotting an overhyped technology—one that has great promise that hasn't been fulfilled yet, or one that is great for a given purpose, but positioned as the cure for world hunger.
Posted March 27, 2019
Every day, more technology surrounds us. Things that were once fiction, are now everyday occurrences. None of this is by accident or happenstance, this is only through the work of many professionals and even amateurs in the fields of engineering, electronics, and computer science.
Posted March 20, 2019
From April 7-11th, Oracle users from across the world will gather in San Antonio for the largest user-led, user-focused event where they'll get the real story about Oracle products and experience in-depth education and networking to take their Oracle product impact to the next level.
Posted March 12, 2019
One week is all you need. One week at COLLABORATE 19: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community equips Oracle users with expertise and insight to accelerate performance and maximize Oracle investments. At COLLABORATE 19, April 7-11 in San Antonio, Texas, the OAUG delivers expert on-prem Oracle Applications knowledge and the latest guidance for the Cloud so users can innovate with their current Oracle solutions and strategically plan for the future. Users share lessons learned from real-life implementations, and solutions providers offer a look at the latest, greatest new products.
Posted March 12, 2019
MapR Technologies, provider of a data platform for AI and analytics, has announced support for Apache Drill 1.15. The new release offers new enhancements to conduct queries on complex nested data structures, including files, MapR JSON database tables, and cloud data sources specifically for S3 (Amazon Simple Storage Service?).
Posted January 30, 2019
OneLogin, a provider of Unified Access Management, is closing $100 million in growth financing which will be used to accelerate the growth of new products and innovations.
Posted January 10, 2019
Big data continues to be top of mind while new technologies are also emerging to reel in and uncover important insights. In 2018, a variety of solutions came to the fore and 2019 is setting the stage for another data explosion. Here, several experts in the big data space offer their predictions for what's ahead in 2019.
Posted January 02, 2019
SAP is making updates to its enterprise information management (EIM) portfolio that help reduce data landscape complexities by expanding data connectivity and source support. New updates to the SAP Master Data Governance and SAP Agile Data Preparation applications and SAP Data Services software deliver modern and comprehensive capabilities to help enterprises power the entire data governance and data management cycle with ease, trust and security, according to the company.
Posted December 19, 2018
Dell Boomi, a provider of cloud integration and workflow automation software, is updating its integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) with new features that will connect and work with a variety of use cases.
Posted December 10, 2018
Looker closed a Series E financing round of $103 million that will continue to help boost the company and upcoming innovations. This latest funding round is being led by Premji Invest, with new investment from Cross Creek Advisors and participation from Looker's current investors. Looker has raised a total of $280.5 million since 2013.
Posted December 06, 2018
MapR Technologies has announced a new product release and a free assessment service that provides a comprehensive understanding of a customer's current data environment and the best practices to achieve a clear path to support AI, cloud, containers, and IoT deployments. Additionally, the company has introduced its "Clarity Program."
Posted November 08, 2018
Talend is making major updates to its Talend Data Fabric platform, the company's unified, data platform for data integration across multi-cloud and on- premise environments.
Posted October 24, 2018
Reltio, a provider of master data management and Customer 360 solutions, is extending support for both Salesforce Customer 360 and the Open Data Initiative by Adobe, Microsoft, and SAP. The Open Data Initiative creates a single data model for consumer data that is portable between platforms. Salesforce's Customer 360 helps companies identify their customers and their past interactions across a business' Salesforce Clouds.
Posted October 05, 2018
Cloudera, Inc. and Hortonworks, Inc. are merging to create the world's leading next generation data platform provider, spanning multi-cloud, on-premises and the edge. The transaction has been unanimously approved by the Boards of Directors of both companies and aims to establish the industry standard for hybrid cloud data management, accelerating customer adoption, community development, and partner engagement.
Posted October 04, 2018
2018 is an exciting year for Oracle OpenWorld, with as much change in the event format as there is in the technology. The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) will be well represented in the Content Catalog, as over 20 members are scheduled to present on the hot topics for data professionals.
Posted October 03, 2018
Arcadia Data, provider of visual analytics software native to Apache Hadoop and the cloud, has raised $15 million in a Series B funding to support strategies and product innovation. This round was led by Pelion Venture Partners with participation from existing investors Intel Capital, Mayfield Fund, and Blumberg Capital. The round brings total equity raised to $27 million and reflects the sustained five-fold organizational growth and strong customer momentum the company has achieved.
Posted October 03, 2018
Many organizations nowadays are struggling with finding the appropriate data stores for their data, making it important to understand the differences and similarities between data warehouses, data marts, ODSs, and data lakes. All these data structures clearly serve different purposes and user profiles, and it is necessary to be aware of their differences in order to make the right investment decisions.
Posted September 26, 2018