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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
April 2, 2019

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: April 2, 2019. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Applitools, a provider of AI Powered end-to-end Visual Testing and monitoring, is releasing Applitools Ultrafast Visual Grid, providing a testing platform to drive enterprise-wide management of both functional and visual app quality. With the release of the Ultrafast Visual Grid, Applitools now delivers a low-code, super reliable, ultrafast, and easy-to-use testing and monitoring platform to support developers, test automation engineers, manual QA, marketing, and digital transformation teams for any size company.

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is releasing two new offerings to help enterprise customers simplify the adoption of IoT. First, Aruba ClearPass Device Insight delivers a single pane of glass for device visibility employing automated device discovery, machine learning (ML) based fingerprinting, and identification.

IBM has announced enhancements and new features across its Storwize storage systems. According to Eric Herzog, VP, product marketing and management, IBM Storage Systems, the systems are designed to address customers' need for higher levels of performance, security, flexibility, and functionality from their IT infrastructure, despite limited IT budgets.

MapR Technologies, Inc., a provider of a data platform for AI and Analytics, is introducing new innovations in the MapR Data Platform. The new updates accelerate the compute journey with new, deep integrations with Kubernetes core components for primary workloads on Spark and Drill.

According to NetApp, MAX Data is the industry's first enterprise storage solution using Intel Optane DC persistent memory in servers to store persistent data delivering affordable, memory-like low latency and flash-like capacity, without any rewrites required to application code, allowing companies to take full advantage of the benefits of real-time apps.

Rancher Labs, a provider of container management software, has announced general availability of Rancher 2.2, introducing new features to simplify the provisioning of Kubernetes by IT operators and giving developers more control over their applications.

Splice Machine has introduced a beta program for ML Manager, a native data science and machine learning platform to help data science teams to maximize the performance of their machine learning models.