Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
April 14, 2015
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: April 14, 2015. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
AtScale, Inc. has introduced a platform that will enable interactive, multi-dimensional analysis on Hadoop, directly from standard business intelligence tools such as Microsoft Excel, Tableau Software or QlikView. Dubbed the "AtScale Intelligence Platform," the new offering provides a Hadoop-native analysis server that allows users to analyze big data at full scale and top speed, while leveraging the existing BI tools they already own.
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MySQL has announced MySQL Server 5.7, release candidate 1 (5.7.7), which represents the first major release since the 5.6 GA release 2 years ago. MySQL 5.7 RC 1 adds enhancements in several important areas, which are targeted at both growing with existing customers and their current installed base and demands, as well as trying to enter into new market segments, according to Tomas Ulin, vice president for the MySQL engineering team at Oracle. In particular to broaden its use within enterprise environments, with this release, work has been done in areas such as security, GIS, and query optimization.
Percona, a company that makes MySQL and OpenStack faster and reliable for customers, is acquiring Tokutek, allowing Percona to design, service, and support remote management for both MySQL and the ACID-compliant NoSQL database. Tokutek is known for delivering big data processing power across two open source data management platforms, MySQL and MongoDB.
Rocket Software has announced the release of Rocket D3 Linux 10.1, as well as a training course on the fundamentals of U2. The Linux 10.1 release will provide an update to Rocket's MultiValue development environment, while the training course will give users that are new to Rocket's U2 technology a solid foundation to work with going forward.
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