Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
February 11, 2021
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: February 11, 2021. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
Dremio, a provider of data lake transformation solutions, is offering support for Apache Arrow Flight, an open source data connectivity technology co-developed by Dremio that improves data transfer rates. As a result, client applications can now communicate with Dremio's data lake service more than 10 times faster than using decade-old technologies, such as Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), according to the vendor.
LyteLoop, an emerging data storage company, is closing its receiving $40 million from its latest private funding round, allowing the company to expand its team which is developing an advanced data storage network to address the inefficiencies of existing land-based data storage. Ultimately, LyteLoop will have the ability to store hundreds of petabytes (and even exabytes) of data in space—an amount equivalent to a data center containing thousands of servers, without the added cost of building and maintaining large, energy-intensive, ground-based centers, according to the vendor.
Qlik is offering its first-ever Academic Program Professor Ambassador Class, creating a select network of academics from the Qlik Academic Program that have demonstrated dedication and excellence in leveraging Qlik to drive data literacy with analytics in the classroom. The Professor Ambassador Program is an extension of the Qlik Academic Program, which helps universities improve the value of their offerings by teaching marketable data skills, while helping students advance their analytical and data literacy proficiency within every academic discipline with Qlik.
SingleStore, The Database of Now for cloud-native modern applications, announced Connected Data Group is now a SingleStore value-added reseller (VAR) partner. This partnership makes it easier for organizations in the Benelux and EMEA regions to get started with SingleStore.