Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
March 19, 2020
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: March 19, 2020. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
DH2i, a provider of multi-platform software-defined perimeter (SDP) and availability software, has announced that it will be offering its DxOdyssey networking software free-of-charge to anyone seeking to access their work computer (applications and information) from home.
In response to the current pandemic, NVIDIA is sharing tools with researchers that can accelerate their efforts to understand the novel coronavirus and help inform a response.NVIDIA has announced that it is providing a free 90-day license to Parabricks to any researcher in the worldwide effort to fight the novel coronavirus. Based on the well-known Genome Analysis Toolkit, Parabricks uses GPUs to accelerate by as much as 50x the analysis of sequence data.
Paragon Software, a file systems and storage management provider, and Sagemcom Broadband, are partnering to embed Paragon into Sagemcom's Linux-based series of routers. exFAT driver for Linux provides fast and transparent read and write access to exFAT volumes from Linux systems, with additional performance optimization for modern Linux kernels and lower CPU memory consumption.
Storj Labs is launching its Tardigrade Decentralized Cloud Storage Service, a decentralized cloud object storage service backed by enterprise service level agreements (SLAs) with boosted security. Tardigrade offers decentralized cloud object storage that's S3 compatible, highly performant, easily implemented, exceptionally durable, and highly available, according to the vendor.
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, Tableau is launching a free resource page that includes relevant data visualizations about the spread of COVID-19 and the public health response. Visitors to the site will be able to access visualizations—created with data from the World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins University— that allow the public to track the daily spread of the disease.