3172 Search Results

  • 15 August 2019

    Cloudera opens up about going all in on open source

    Having completed its purchase of Hortonworks in January, the vendor has been working to not only reconcile products between the two firms but also determine which open source business model to adopt. That appears to be settled now, with Cloudera committing to go 100% open source, closely following the Red Hat model.

  • 14 August 2019

    Blockchain-backed data management platform Fluree is set to be open-sourced

    Fluree offers a data-first approach for building applications, with integrity and security at the source, and the opportunity for businesses to be more collaborative around data with partners and customers.

  • 9 August 2019

    OneTrust adjusts packaging and positioning as data privacy gains more stakeholders

    Privacy is rarely the responsibility of a single person, so it doesn't make sense for a privacy-oriented software provider to target only one role in its sales efforts. OneTrust has adjusted its go-to-market strategy and packaging to address a broader audience of stakeholders and their core business objectives.

  • 8 August 2019

    OpenText Business Network adds A2A to B2B

    The enterprise information management vendor's Business Network has long been a workhorse for business-to-business document exchange and supply chain integration. Earlier acquisitions are now being absorbed, to enable any-to-any integration and application development.

  • 7 August 2019

    HPE acquires MapR's assets to bolster its Intelligent Data Platform

    Troubled big-data player MapR has found a buyer after filing a regulatory notice in May that it was at risk of terminating if it did not either obtain additional funding or secure an exit. With the deal, HPE is looking to strengthen its own data and analytics, including AI and cloud capabilities, to enhance its Intelligent Data Platform.

  • 7 August 2019

    Data recovery matters, even for noncritical workloads

    Data is a valuable resource and the volumes of it being managed by enterprises are growing rapidly, making this data growth both a blessing and a curse. Organizations have high expectations when it comes to recovering from downtime and how much data they are willing to lose, even with less-critical apps and their data.

  • 2 August 2019

    K2View defines 'data fabric' with a unique architectural approach to real-time integration

    Businesses desire a 360-degree view of not only customers, but also other defined entities. Integrating all of this data effectively in real time has historically been often functionally impossible. This is the challenge the vendor is aiming to tackle with its K2View Fabric.

  • 1 August 2019

    Quantum leap: Qubole extends its data platform with a serverless SQL engine

    The company is extending its Qubole Data Platform for ad hoc, transient querying, utilizing a serverless SQL engine powered by Presto. Primarily targeted at business analysts, the new service removes a lot of the administrative hassle that is often required when setting up big data clusters.

  • 1 August 2019

    Atos Spain takes a pragmatic approach to blockchain

    IT service provider Atos has built a portfolio of ready-to-use blockchain services alongside an ecosystem of technology partners with the goal to provide real solutions to real problems to its enterprise customers across a wide range of industries.

  • 31 July 2019

    WANdisco strategy matures as multi-cloud replication needs become mission-critical

    As organizations increasingly mix and match cloud providers with on-premises technology, the need to ensure data accuracy becomes more complicated. High-volume, real-time data needs to be consistently and continuously replicated across distance. This is WANdisco's specialty, and multi-cloud needs are now driving business as its indirect sales strategy matures.