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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
May 10, 2022

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: May 10, 2022. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Cohesity, a provider of next-gen data management software, has announced the general availability of Cohesity FortKnox—a software as a service (SaaS) data isolation and recovery solution, adding to the company's Data Management as a Service portfolio of offerings that run on Amazon Web Services (AWS). 

Couchbase has announced version 7.1 of Couchbase Server, a new release that delivers advancements in performance, storage capacity, and workload breadth, including expanded operational analytics support with direct Tableau integration-all while reducing deployment cost. According to Couchbase, with 7.1, enterprise architects and development teams reduce the cost of building and running applications while gaining operational efficiency. "More organizations are experiencing the drawbacks of deploying first-generation cloud architectures, and one of the main disadvantages is the cost of cloud instance sprawl," said Ravi Mayuram, chief technology officer at Couchbase.

D2iQ, an enterprise Kubernetes provider for smart cloud-native applications, has introduced version 2.0 of Kaptain AI/ML, an enterprise-ready distribution of open source Kubeflow that enables organizations to develop, deploy, and run AI and machine learning (ML) workloads in production environments. 

Immuta, a provider of data access and data security, is expanding its partnership with Starburst, the analytics anywhere company, to address growing data access control and security demands for modern data architectures.

Quest Software, a global systems management, data protection, and security software provider, has launched erwin Data Intelligence by Quest 12.0, the latest version of a data intelligence platform designed to bring IT, data governance teams and business users together in understanding, leveraging and protecting organizations' data.

vFunction, providers of a platform to apply AI to application modernization, is releasing the vFunction Assessment Hub, using AI to accurately calculate the effect of technical debt across applications, their negative impact on innovation, predict the benefits of refactoring, and then integrate seamlessly into an automated refactoring platform.