Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
June 24, 2011
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: June 24, 2011. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
Dataguise, a provider of enterprise data privacy solutions, has introduced its latest generation of database security solutions for sensitive data discovery, masking and sensitive data risk management. DgSuite 3.5 provides proactive risk-based enterprise security intelligence and solutions for transparently securing personally identifiable information (PII), payment card industry (PCI) data, information covered by HIPAA regulations and other sensitive data located in structured database repositories across distributed enterprise environments. The new release features the new DgDashboard for actionable intelligence that enables executives, information security professionals, compliance and infrastructure managers to better understand shared responsibilities for protecting data. "It is the first time that CIOs and CISOs have a control board that they both can access to view what is going on in their enterprise," Allan Thompson, executive vice president of Dataguise, tells 5 Minute Briefing.
Representing a continued expansion of its big data analytics portfolio, IBM has introduced a new addition to the Netezza product family of analytics appliances that is designed to help organizations uncover patterns and trends from extremely large data sets. The appliance is the first to be delivered by IBM since it acquired Netezza in November 2010. According to IBM, using the new appliance, businesses can now more easily sift through petabytes of data, including banking and mobile phone transactions, insurance claims, electronic medical records, and sales information, and they can also analyze this information to reveal new trends on consumer sentiment, product safety, and sales and marketing effectiveness. "This new appliance takes the scalability to a completely new dimension," says Razi Raziuddin, senior director of product management at IBM Netezza.
VoltDB, a provider of high-velocity data management systems, has announced the release of VoltDB Integration for Hadoop. The new product functionality, available in VoltDB Enterprise Edition, allows organizations to selectively stream high velocity data from a VoltDB cluster into Hadoop's native HDFS file system by leveraging Cloudera's Distribution Including Apache Hadoop (CDH), which has SQL-to-Hadoop integration technology, Apache Sqoop, built in. Because Volt is special purpose-built around high velocity data "we need to be very good at integrating with analytic databases so that customers that have high throughput, high velocity requirements on the front end, can then also take that data and move it into a long-term data store where they can get their deep analytics," VoltDB CEO Scott Jarr tells 5 Minute Briefing.