Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 13, 2018
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 13, 2018. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
patchVantage has announced the addition of data masking functionality to its suite of Oracle Database and ERP management tools, which includes backup, cloning, patching, penetration testing, and password management. Data masking—a key technology for companies that need to comply with GDPR and other data privacy regulations—allows sensitive data to be hidden or obscured to protect against insider threats. It makes information available only to authorized users, minimizing risk, yet still allowing development and testing by third parties.
Pepperdata, a provider of Application Performance Management (APM) solutions, unveiled new enterprise-grade features to its APM suite that include auto-tuning, enhanced recommendations, and management and operational reporting. The company is also introducing a set of services offerings that include best-practices, performance planning, capacity planning, and architecture design for big data success.
Syncsort, a provider of Big Iron to Big Data software, is introducing new functionalities in its Syncsort Integrate family of products, enabling a continuous, real-time data stream from multiple data sources. The new products provide speed, flexibility, and resiliency for the most demanding enterprise IT environments.
Trifacta, a provider of data preparation solutions, is partnering with Sumo Logic, a cloud-native machine data analytics platform, to form a joint integration that drives improved business intelligence.
WinMagic, an encryption and key management solution provider, has introduced enterprise-class managed full drive encryption solution for Linux.
Zoomdata, a business intelligence company, is launching ZAP! - the Zoomdata Application Partner program. The announcement was made at the Strata Data Conference held September 11-13 in New York City.