Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
August 13, 2013
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: August 13, 2013. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
AddressDoctor, a provider of certified address verification and correction solutions, today announced the availability of its Software Library version 5.4.0. The latest release provides Point Address Geocoding for the United States and Canada.
Attunity Ltd., a provider of information availability software solutions, has formed a new partnership with HP and announced the availability of its enhanced Attunity Click-2-Load solution for HP Vertica. The solution provides automation and optimized technologies that accelerate data loading to HP Vertica from disparate sources, and then maintains the changed data continuously and efficiently.
NuoDB has announced the last release of its current product version and a technology preview of some upcoming second-generation features available later in 2013. The preview is contained in the free download of the new NuoDB Starlings Release 1.2. The NewSQL approach is gaining greater acceptance, said Barry Morris, founder and CEO of NuoDB, in an interview. "What people are saying back to us is that they are getting all of the features of NoSQL without throwing SQL or transactions away. And that concept is becoming the popular notion of what NewSQL is."
Pentaho Corporation, a provider of big data analytics and data integration software, has formed an alliance with Splunk Inc. to provide a big data analytics solution that enables business users to analyze machine data that is generated by websites, applications, servers, storage, network, mobile and other devices, including system sensors. As a result of the new alliance, Splunk customers will have the ability to use Pentaho's platform to do two things, said Eddie White, executive vice president, business development at Pentaho, in an interview.