Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
June 25, 2013
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: June 25, 2013. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
Dell Software has introduced the latest version of the Dell KACE K1000 Management Appliance, which now includes integrated software asset management to boost software license compliance, while helping lower IT costs. The K1000 adds automated software asset identification, tracking and optimization to its capabilities for managing the deployment, operation and retirement of software assets. The need for the appliance is being fueled by a range of factors, including the influx of new technologies such as cloud computing, virtualization, and BYOD, which are adding complexity in terms of systems management, Lisa Richardson, senior product marketing manager for Endpoint Systems Management, Dell Software, tells 5 Minute Briefing.
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RainStor, a provider of an enterprise database for managing and analyzing historical data, says it has combined the latest data security technologies in a comprehensive product update that has the potential to rapidly increase adoption of Apache Hadoop for banks, communications providers and government agencies.
Tokutek, providing database performance at scale, has released TokuMX, an upgraded storage engine for MongoDB that increases performance and database compression. TokuMX speeds indexing by 10x or more for greater scalability of large databases. TokuMX features Tokutek's patented Fractal Tree Indexing to improve how MongoDB organizes and stores information. With its high performance indexing, TokuMX is ideal for applications that must simultaneously query and update large volumes of rapidly arriving data. "We feel that this going to be a very welcome development in the MongoDB world to be able to handle tens of thousands of accesses to the database per second," John Partridge, CEO of Tokutek, tells 5 Minute Briefing.
AIMS Innovation is launching a new technology in the U.S. market tailored for system integrators working with Microsoft BizTalk. "We help IT operations turn from a reactive mode to a proactive mode and really reduce a lot of the time that is spent monitoring, maintaining and supporting their system integration," Ivar Sagemo, CEO of AIMS Innovation, tells 5 Minute Briefing.
Terracotta, a provider of in-memory technologies for enterprise big data, is making Terracotta Universal Messaging available as a standalone product. Terracotta Universal Messaging is a software platform for big data applications using real-time data-streaming across a wide range of devices and networks. Addressing the growing challenge of eliminating bottlenecks in transferring data within and beyond enterprise systems to external devices, such as sensors, smart phones and databases, Terracotta's unified messaging solution extends the use of data beyond current enterprise boundaries and accelerates time to insights and action.