Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
February 3, 2015
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: February 3, 2015. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
BlueData Software, Inc., which provides the EPIC software platform that allows enterprises to create a public cloud-like experience from their on-premise environments, has announced a technology preview of the Tachyon in-memory distributed storage system as a new option. This new integration enables Hadoop, Hbase virtual clusters, and other applications provisioned in the BlueData platform, to take advantage of Tachyon's high performance in-memory data processing.
DataStax, provider of an enterprise distribution of Apache Cassandra, has acquired Aurelius LLC, provider of the open source graph database Titan.
SAP has announced SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA (SAP S/4HANA). The new product is built on the in-memory platform SAP HANA and is designed leveraging the SAP Fiori user experience (UX) for mobile devices. The announcement was made at a launch event at the New York Stock Exchange.
SnapLogic, which provides iPaaS (integration platform as a service), has released a new service to speed the process by which time-sensitive data is delivered to cloud and big data applications. "Ultra Pipelines are a breakthrough for enterprise companies with real-time data-driven insights needs such as a sales and marketing programs, data science for predictive analysis, and customer data distributed across multiple systems," says Niraj Nagrani, vice president of engineering at SnapLogic.
Rackspace has announced support for Microsoft SQL Server 2014 In-Memory Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) and AlwaysOn Availability. With Rackspace DBA Services, customers can now use Rackspace database administrators (DBA) to migrate or upgrade existing workloads to SQL Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP on the Rackspace Managed Cloud
VoltDB, which provides an in-memory, scale-out SQL database, is releasing version 5.0 of its software. "Developers are in need of better tools with which to develop fast data streaming applications with real-time analytics and decision making across industries," said Bruce Reading, president and CEO of VoltDB.
MongoDB has introduced MongoDB 3.0. According to Kelly Stirman, director of products at MongoDB, the new NoSQL database release introduces two key innovations that make the system well suited for the demanding requirements of large enterprises.
Wizeline, a provider of data-driven product intelligence solutions that help companies build successful products, has announced the availability of Wizeline Starter, a free version of its software platform. The new release eliminates the need for multiple tools for a product's development. This allows product managers to streamline the entire development cycle of a product on one piece of software, cutting the time of product development.