Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
January 3, 2017
Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: January 3, 2017. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.
IBM is shipping new features for Bluemix OpenWhisk, its serverless computing platform, intended to help developers more rapidly debug code, better integrate with third party tools, and accommodate a broader range of programming languages.
Infosys, a provider of consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services, and NoSQL database technology provider MongoDB have formed a global partnership designed to help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation and application modernization initiatives.
Pentaho, a Hitachi Group Company, has announced that Pentaho Labs has created an integration with MQTT, a machine-to-machine (M2M) IoT transport protocol, to act as the connecting link between physical devices and the data integration process. MQTT, or MQ Telemetry Transport, was created by IBM in 1999 and used today in a variety of IoT environments, including smart homes, manufacturing, and energy.
Progress has announced the release of Progress DataDirect for Apache Cassandra, a series of connectors in its DataDirect enterprise data connectivity suite.
Rocana is releasing Rocana Ops 2.0, updating its event alerting and orchestration capabilities, offering unique visual experience for first responders, and providing wider cloud platform visibility. Now with Rocana Ops 2.0, IT teams can take real-time intelligent action on all of their event data. Rocana Reflex is a new event alerting and orchestration system that enables operations teams to provide smart, instant, and automated reactions based on what is happening in their environment.
Unitrends, a provider of all-in-one enterprise backup and continuity solutions, has made enhancements to models in its Recovery Series appliance family, a collection of physical backup appliances with deduplicated capacity ranging from 2TB to 3.6PB.
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