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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 29, 2016

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 29, 2016. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Cloudera has added new technology enhancements to its data management and analytics platform to make it easier for companies to take advantage of elastic, on-demand cloud infrastructure for business value from all their data. The move to the cloud has become a top priority for CIOs, said Charles Zedlewski, vice president, of products at Cloudera, at Strata + Hadoop World 2016 in NYC.

Dataguise announced general availability of the Dataguise DgSecure Dashboard, a dashboard for visualization of all sensitive data throughout the enterprise—including government-protected PII, PHI, and PCI data—and demonstrated the capability at Strata + Hadoop World Conference in New York City.

At Strata + Hadoop World 2016, Kognitio announced a competition to find the best use case or application that has its newest offering, Kognitio-on-Hadoop, as part of the solution. According to Roger Gaskell, CTO of Kognitio, the company is looking for solutions that are innovative in terms of application or something more common place but is now being done at scale.

Liaison Technologies, a provider of cloud-based integration and data management solutions, is debuting several new features to its flagship ALLOY Platform. Enterprises can now configure key aspects of their Liaison ALLOY solution via several new flexible user-friendly interfaces to further address and simplify complex integration and data management challenges.

MathWorks showcased the latest release of MATLAB, which is used in the development of analytics and algorithms to help solve engineering and scientific problems, at Strata + Hadoop World 2016 in New York.

Attendees of Strata + Hadoop saw their fair share of solutions that tout that they are "next big thing" to solve a multitude of big data problems. Eric Sammer, CTO and co-founder, and Bryce Hein, vice president of Marketing, at Rocana observed that the focus is more on how platforms can help issues rather than the infrastructure behind it.

SAP has completed its acquisition of Altiscale, which provides a high-performance, scalable Big Data-as-a-Service (BDaaS) solution that includes full operational services. The company announced this acquisition at Strata + Hadoop 2016 in New York City. With this acquisition Altiscale will operate as a focused and integrated BDaaS offering from SAP to help accelerate and operationalize Big Data deployment in the enterprise.