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According to a new research report published by Information Services Group (ISG), a leading global technology research and advisory firm, many U.S. enterprises are migrating to Oracle cloud infrastructure and applications. The 2022 ISG Provider Lens Oracle Ecosystem report for the U.S. finds that enterprises are investing in Oracle Cloud Applications (OCA) for its ability to scale and its integrated application and infrastructure stack.

Posted January 04, 2023

Oracle is opening an Oracle Cloud Region in Chicago, Illinois, continuing one of the fastest expansions of any major cloud provider. Oracle's 41st global region and fourth in the U.S. offers customers and partners a new option to locate their infrastructure, applications, and data for optimal performance and latency.

Posted January 04, 2023

CTERA, provider of edge-to-cloud file services, is releasing version 7.5 of the CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform which includes CTERA's patented Cloud Storage Routing technology as well as numerous enhancements in data management, deduplication, and security.

Posted January 03, 2023

LogRhythm, the company empowering security teams, is partnering with SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, to offer an integrated enterprise security solution to prevent, detect, and respond to threats in your environment. The combined solution streamlines security operations and improves response workflow, helping overwhelmed security teams cut through the noise and gain precise insights into cybersecurity threats, according to the vendors.

Posted December 21, 2022

From cloud to AI and onto new technologies and methodologies such as DataOps, another year means more solutions to choose from. Here, executives of leading companies provide predictions for what's ahead in 2023 for big data. Plans for 5G deployments, new AI technologies like the metaverse or digital twins, and the rise of data fabric and data mesh are just some of the latest trends experts see coming to fruition in 2023.

Posted December 20, 2022

SingleStore, the cloud-native database built for speed and scale to power real-time applications, is releasing version 8.0 of its platform, featuring even faster analytics, improved developer experience, and greater ease of use.

Posted December 19, 2022

Redgate Software, a database DevOps solutions provider, announced it will releases a series of upcoming enhancements to its portfolio which will help organizations and businesses standardize and streamline cross-database development. According to the company, it was prompted by the growing use of different database types within IT departments and the increase in Open Source adoption. The move will reduce the difficulties faced when managing the development and deployment of changes across multiple database platforms at the same time.

Posted December 19, 2022

Data mesh is all the rage. The objective? To eliminate artificial roadblocks and extend the means of data production across the enterprise—thereby expanding the scope of data products the organization generates. And, ultimately, increasing the value and use of data in decision making and operational practice.

Posted December 15, 2022

Ellen Mary Challans, better known by her pen name Mary Renault, was attributed with saying, "There is only one kind of shock worse than the totally unexpected: the expected for which one has refused to prepare." The early years of the second decade of the 21st millennium have been scarred by the consequences of willful negligence cascading throughout the world due to the inconvenience of nonchalantly ignoring unexpected inevitabilities.

Posted December 15, 2022

More and more companies are looking to cloud databases to offload an abundance of data and analytics. This upcoming year looks no different as organizations continue to adapt to an ever-changing landscape. Here tech leaders share their predictions for cloud in 2023.

Posted December 15, 2022

Though 2022 hasn't been a particularly bright year for the blockchain space, the technology still has room to grow. The consensus from experts is that 2023 may see a move toward increased adoption of Web3 technology including blockchain as many will start to realize that it has to offer plenty of benefits over traditional systems such as increased security and transparency, lower costs, faster transactions, and more efficient storage space.

Posted December 14, 2022

Keepit, a provider of cloud data protection and management, is launching its Azure AD Advanced connector, a full data protection solution for Microsoft Azure Active Directory. Keepit provides independent, vendor-neutral cloud dedicated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) data protection with a blockchain-verified solution.

Posted December 14, 2022

Tambla announced its TamblaOne workforce management solution is now available on SAP Store, the online marketplace for SAP and partner offerings. TamblaOne is built on SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP) using SAP Integration Suite and integrates with SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central and SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central Payroll to deliver enhanced management of and engagement with essential workers to customers.

Posted December 14, 2022

Ambee announced its seven environmental data products are now available on the Data Marketplace for SAP Data Warehouse Cloud. By delivering accurate and reliable environmental data, Ambee helps enable global businesses, administrations, and individuals to get better access to environmental data and drive towards sustainable innovation.

Posted December 14, 2022

PwC and SAP announced a new co-innovation strategy to make sustainability an integral part of standard business operations, directed at creating trusted solutions to address key environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) business challenges. The strategy covers carbon measuring, reporting, and steering as well as supply chain decarbonization, climate risk, and competitive analysis.

Posted December 14, 2022

As we gear up for another year, Lloyd Adams, president at SAP North America, offers his predictions for what's on the horizon including trends in sustainability, cloud, AI, and more.

Posted December 14, 2022

In the ever-shifting markets professionals work in today, companies must have the ability to remain agile and flexible throughout their business operations. To combat the uncertainties of the marketplace and customer demands for fast service, businesses have turned to open-source technology over the past decade. Open-source technologies provide IT and development teams with the agility to implement innovative tools and practices—such as DevOps and Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD).

Posted December 14, 2022

Rocket Software recently redesigned its logo and website to spotlight the company's dedication to its new modernization strategy. The new Rocket logo points to the way forward, Barbara Goose, chief marketing officer, Rocket Software explained. It represents bringing different functions internally, all into one.

Posted December 14, 2022

Delivering technology alone will not be enough in 2023 as we move into a post-COVID landscape. Many companies are dealing with a hybrid workforce while also moving to become more sustainable and accustomed to new ways of integrating emerging technologies such as AI. To help make the process of identifying useful products and services easier, each year, DBTA presents a list of Trend-Setting Products. Several MV leaders including Kore Technologies, Revelation Software, and Rocket Software continue to meet the new challenges of each year and again top this list.

Posted December 14, 2022

To say the past year has been interesting for data managers and professionals is an understatement. Intensifying efforts to achieve data-driven processes, escalating security issues, shifts toward graph and cloud databases, and supply chain turbulence have dominated data teams' task lists. The coming year will be no different.

Posted December 13, 2022

Iron Mountain, a leader in innovative storage, data center infrastructure, asset lifecycle management and information management services, is expanding its North American data center footprint with the purchase of a 10 acre land parcel and more than 50 MVA (expandable to more than 100 MVA) substation in Phoenix, Arizona to develop a 36 megawatt, 230K square foot data center (AZP3).

Posted December 12, 2022

Red Hat OpenShift Data Science, the managed cloud service for data scientists and developers of intelligent applications, is adding a slew of new updates and features to promote deeper data analysis and better collaboration between ITOps, data scientists, and intelligent application developers.

Posted December 12, 2022

IBM announced an agreement to acquire Octo, a U.S.-based IT modernization and digital transformation services provider exclusively serving the U.S. federal government, including defense, health, and civilian agencies. Upon the close of the acquisition, Octo's approximately 1,500 employees will join IBM Consulting's U.S. public and federal market organization.

Posted December 12, 2022

MANTA brings intelligence to metadata management by providing a data lineage platform that automatically scans your data environment to build a powerful map of all data flows and deliver it through a native UI and other channels to both technical and non-technical users. With MANTA, everyone gets full visibility and control of their data pipeline.

Posted December 12, 2022

Today's data environments are highly diverse—residing on many platforms and requiring a variety of approaches to ensure data resiliency and availability. Delivering technology alone will not be enough in 2023. To help make the process of identifying useful products and services easier, each year, DBTA presents a list of Trend-Setting Products. These products, platforms, and services range from long-established offerings that are evolving to meet the needs of their loyal constituents, to breakthrough technologies that may only be in the early stages of adoption.

Posted December 08, 2022

The British royal family safeguards its crown jewels—the treasures held by the English monarchy comprising more than 100 objects estimated to be worth billions—with world-class security systems, including two-ton steel doors and bomb-proof glass. When the crown jewels are transported or moved, such as for a royal wedding or the recent coronation ceremony, they are guarded closely by elite, ex-military members at all times—with access restricted to only a few security-cleared individuals.

Posted December 08, 2022

Modern applications have increasingly leveraged Kubernetes as the "OS of the cloud" because of its ability to abstract the underlying cloud platform and coordinate the activities of multiple docker containers. Kubernetes does indeed radically simplify the deployment and administration of multi-service distributed applications. However, it has a significant learning curve, and maintaining a largescale Kubernetes cluster can be daunting.

Posted December 08, 2022

Readers of this column sometimes ask me questions about databases and database administration, which I welcome. And at times I will take the opportunity to answer particularly intriguing questions in print. One intriguing question I have been asked more than once is: "What metrics and measurements are useful for managing how effective your DBA group is?"

Posted December 08, 2022

Often data is categorized into very high-level groupings of structured or unstructured. Generally, structured data is considered data that conforms to an easily identifiable pattern and as part of this conforming, that data may be easily loaded into a relational database table "as is." Examples of this might be fixed-format files, or comma-separated files having an agreed upon pattern to each record within it. Unstructured data supposedly cannot be loaded "as is" into a relational table. Unstructured data is, by name, lacking an identifiable structure to make sense of the data, right? Not exactly.

Posted December 08, 2022

Cybersecurity and threat detection continues to be top of mind moving into 2023. Data breaches and the capture of sensitive information remain concerns for organizations large and small. Here, data security leaders share their thoughts on what lies ahead as companies seek the best resources to secure data and thwart bad actors.

Posted December 07, 2022

CoreStack, a global multi-cloud governance provider and a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), announced that its NextGen Cloud Governance platform has achieved "Powered by Oracle Cloud" Expertise and is now available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace. The CoreStack platform enables AI-powered cloud governance and management to provide customers with data-driven actionable intelligence into various business-critical facets of cloud.

Posted December 07, 2022

Quest Software creates and manage software that makes the benefits of new technology real while empowering users and data, streamlining IT operations, and hardening cybersecurity from the inside out. Looking ahead to a new year several experts at Quest are offering their predictions for 2023.

Posted December 07, 2022

The call for speakers is open for the 10th annual Data Summit conference, to be held in Boston, May 10-11, 2023, with pre-conference workshops on May 9, 2023. The Data Summit conference focuses on the business and technical aspects of Data Management, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Architecture, and Emerging Technologies.

Posted December 06, 2022

ClickHouse, Inc, creator of an online analytical processing (OLAP) database management system, announced the general availability of their newest offering, ClickHouse Cloud. The platform promises a lightning-fast cloud-based database that simplifies and accelerates insights and analytics for modern digital enterprises.

Posted December 06, 2022

Striim, Inc., announced the availability of Striim Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS), giving users access to a fully-managed, unified software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for real-time streaming data integration and analytics from both on-premise or hybrid cloud mission-critical applications.

Posted December 05, 2022

comforte AG is offering a new Secure Data Analytics solution designed to empower organizations to leverage cloud-based analytics tools without compromising security or compliance. Comforte's new Secure Data Analytics solution helps organizations to optimize their use of cloud-based analytics in a fully secure and compliant fashion.

Posted December 05, 2022

A renewed interest in data-centric AI is driving increased model outcome accuracy and introducing the concept to new applications. Data-centric AI is gaining momentum as engineers working with AI shift their focus from models to data. Whereas engineers previously took a model-centered approach to improve the prediction outcomes and accuracy of a model, current dynamics are causing many to look to the quality of input data to improve outcomes.

Posted December 01, 2022

Global technology solutions company Unisys Corporation and multi-cloud data services company Faction announced they will jointly offer an end-to-end solution for fully-managed data protection, cyber recovery, and business continuity services in both on-premises and multi-cloud environments.

Posted December 01, 2022

AI continues to fuel a hotbed of activity from automating mundane tasks to enhancing decision making, and progress in this area looks to heat up even more in 2023. Here, IT leaders share their perspectives on where AI is headed and what can be expected to change in 2023.

Posted November 30, 2022

Synatic, a provider of data integration and automation, announced it has secured an additional $2.5 million in a seed extension funding round, enabling the company to expand its market reach in the United States in preparation for Series A funding early in 2023.

Posted November 30, 2022

Databricks is releasing MLflow 2.0, building upon MLflow's strong platform foundation and incorporating extensive user feedback to simplify data science workflows and deliver innovative, first-class tools for MLOps. Features and improvements include extensions to MLflow Recipes (formerly MLflow Pipelines) such as AutoML, hyperparameter tuning, and classification support, as well modernized integrations with the ML ecosystem, a streamlined MLflow Tracking UI, a refresh of core APIs across MLflow's platform components, and much more.

Posted November 29, 2022

Comet, provider of an MLOps platform for machine learning (ML) teams from startup to enterprise, is releasing a new product: Kangas, open sourced to democratize large scale visual dataset exploration and analysis for the computer vision and machine learning community. Kangas helps users understand and debug their data in a new and highly intuitive way, according to the company.

Posted November 29, 2022

Collibra is introducing a wave of new innovations designed to make data intelligence easy and accessible to more data users, including new capabilities for Collibra Data Intelligence Cloud that enhance search, collaboration, business process automation, and analytics as well as brand new products that support customers with data access governance and data quality and observability in the cloud.

Posted November 22, 2022

d-Matrix, a provider of high-efficiency AI-compute and inference, is partnering with Microsoft to use its low-code reinforcement learning (RL) platform, Project Bonsai, enabling an AI-trained compiler for d-Matrix's digital in memory compute (DIMC) products. The user-friendly Project Bonsai platform accelerates time to value, with a product-ready solution that cuts down on development efforts using an AI-based compiler that leverages ultra-efficient DIMC technology from d-Matrix, according to the vendor.

Posted November 21, 2022

Red Hat, Inc., a provider of open source solutions, is offering Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.1, the latest version of the enterprise Linux platform. Along with the recently announced Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.7, these minor versions add and refine capabilities for a wide range of enterprise IT needs, from helping to streamline complex infrastructure environments to improving the security stance of containerized applications.

Posted November 21, 2022

Mission Critical Facilities International (MCFI), a leader in data center, power, and cooling infrastructure solutions, is collaborating with Iceotope, the global leader in precision immersion cooling, and nVent, a leading global provider of electrical connection and protection solutions. The alliance is beneficial to enterprise data centers, high-performance and edge computing, smart manufacturing, content delivery, telemedicine, AI, and virtual reality.

Posted November 21, 2022

IBM Research and PyTorch are partnering to enable foundation models with billions of parameters to easily run on standard cloud networking infrastructure, such as Ethernet networking. Researchers at IBM have been working with the distributed team within PyTorch, the open-source machine learning platform run by the Linux Foundation, to find a way to train large AI models on affordable networking hardware.

Posted November 21, 2022

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