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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
August 4, 2022

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: August 4, 2022. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

The continuous deployment (CD) company, Armory.io, is launching its CD Self-Hosted and Managed 2.28 product release for development teams seeking to continuously deploy software at a variety of scales in a trusted and straightforward mode. According to the vendor, a large focus of this product release is to aid elite developer teams execute code seamlessly. Upon deployment of the code, CD Self-Hosted and Managed will handle processes like testing, staging, and production.

Dremio is extending its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), announcing that Dremio Cloud is now available to purchase in the AWS Marketplace. Dremio Cloud, being available to purchase in AWS Marketplace, provides businesses with the freedom and flexibility to use their preferred procurement vehicle to adopt the open lakehouse platform, according to the vendor.

Flow Security is announcing its $10M seed round that facilitated the launch of a data security system that can locate and protect data, both at rest and in motion. Led by Amiti and backed by industry leaders like CyberArk CEO Udi Mokady, Demisto CEO, and co-founder Slavik Markovich, Flow Security's funding tackles data sprawl and security issues resulting from the industry shift towards cloud systems for data management.

Telit, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, and Thales, a global leader in Aerospace, Defense, Security and Digital Identity, have entered into an agreement under which Telit intends to acquire Thales' cellular IoT products. The intended transaction includes Thales' portfolio of cellular wireless communication modules, gateways, and data (modem) cards, ranging from 4G LTE, LPWAN to 5G.

Tresata is launching its Digital Business Platform (DBP) to aid businesses in delivering functional data to initialize digital transformations exclusively for data clouds. Through leverage of data exabytes in the cloud, DBP will be able to utilize enterprise data that would otherwise be abandoned to an unused data percentage. Automation of this utilization eradicates the need for extensive time and resources dedicated to monitoring and managing usable data.