Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 15, 2020
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 15, 2020. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
Aerospike Inc., a provider of next-generation, real-time NoSQL data solutions, is making upgrades and expansions to the Aerospike Connect product line, allowing Aerospike Database 5 to be even more plug-compatible with the enterprise data fabric that powers modern real-time data-driven applications.
AtScale, a provider of intelligent data virtualization solutions, is adding new datasets and business intelligence (BI) dashboards to the AtScale Data Insights Marketplace, empowering users with up-to-date data on COVID-19. The new datasets include points-of-interest (POI) data, demographic data, campaign finance data, in addition to public economic indicators, and other geospatial data.
Hasura, the data access infrastructure company, is adding GraphQL support for MySQL and early access support for SQL Server to its existing support for PostgreSQL, enabling the company to support three of the most popular database technologies.
Oracle University has launched an initiative to train business professionals on more than 50 technology job roles that are becoming more important to nearly every company. The new initiative is meant to address a growing problem as more businesses seek to accelerate their own digital transformations.
Oracle has announced the availability of Oracle Cloud Guard and Oracle Maximum Security Zones. With Oracle Maximum Security Zones, Oracle can activate security policy enforcement of best practices automatically from day one so customers can prevent misconfiguration errors and deploy workloads securely.
VMware and DataStax are partnering to bring DataStax Enterprise as the first scale-out, NoSQL, hybrid database-as-a-service for the vSAN Data Persistence platform. With VMware and DataStax, enterprises will be able to modernize rapidly and efficiently with developer-ready infrastructure, scale-out data services and the orchestration and automation flexibility of Kubernetes. With DataStax, stateful applications can reliably and effortlessly achieve global scale with mixed workloads without fear of catastrophic failure.