Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
November 1, 2016
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: November 1, 2016. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
MongoDB has introduced a new release of its NoSQL document database platform with key features that support additional data models for a "multimodel" approach, the combination of operational and analytical processing, elastic cross-region scaling, and tooling to simplify data management for customers.
Redis Labs, the home of Redis, is introducing an open source project called Redis-ML, the Redis Module for Machine Learning. The new project will accelerate the delivery of real-time recommendations and predictions for interactive apps in combination with Spark Machine Learning (Spark ML).
Rocket Software is releasing an enhanced version of its Discover platform, boosting the self-service business intelligence platform for MultiValue customers. Rocket Discover 1.6, with its native interface to Rocket D3, UniVerse and UniData databases, will enable business users to connect to MV data sources through secure Web services, and use Discover's interface for data visualization and discovery, and collaboratively share dashboards.
SAP SE is releasing an update to its SAP S/4HANA platform aimed at improving user productivity. By utilizing a simplified data model and SAP Fiori 2.0 user experience, the SAP S/4HANA 1610 release can reduce complexity and allow applications to yield new business capabilities, according to SAP. "All companies and all line-of-business and industries need to start with 1610 if they want to capitalize on the digital transformation for their company before their competitor does," said Sven Denecken, senior vice president of product management, co-innovation and packaging S/4HANA at SAP SE.
Trifacta, a provider of data wrangling solutions, is launching Wrangler Edge, a platform designed for analyst teams wrangling diverse data outside of big data environments. "We are packing the Trifacta product and adding enterprise features such as the ability to schedule jobs to handle larger data volumes to connect to diverse sources," said Will Davis, director of product marketing. "We also added collaboration and sharing features as well all without requiring organizations to manage a large Hadoop infrastructure."
Think About It
One hundred-fifty million people use Snapchat every day. Moreover, the playing field for mobile apps is much broader than MapQuest or Pokémon GO, the free-to-play, location-based augmented reality game for iOS and Android devices, which became so wildly popular this summer that there were reports of it causing some players to walk blindly off a cliff and others into traffic. To adequately manage this unprecedented level of capacity, data centers need to up their compute, storage, and memory capabilities.