Real-time Analytics News for Week Ending April 8


In this week’s real-time analytics news: Multiple announcements addressing the security of AI and ML software and models.

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KPMG LLP announced the spin-out of Cranium, a software company that enables organizations to secure their artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Cranium was developed within KPMG’s startup incubator – KPMG Studio – and in collaboration with AI Security experts in the firm’s Advisory practice.

John Snow Labs, the healthcare AI and NLP company and developer of the Spark NLP library, has announced the release of NLP Test, an open-source Python software library that enables data scientists to more easily deliver reliable, safe, and effective models.

Real-time analytics news in brief

Aerospike announced the general availability of Aerospike Database 6.3, which delivers operation improvements with new capabilities, enhanced security, and better resource management. The solution supports OpenSSL 3, which means Aerospike 6.3 runs well on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 (RHEL) and its many clones, and Ubuntu 22.04. Other features include better runtime resource protection, multi-tenancy capabilities, syslog log sink, All Flash improvements, faster truncation, better integration with HashiCorp Cloud Platform (HCP) Vault, and new developer API features.

Canonical announced the release of Landscape 23.03 with broader CPU architecture compatibility and improved management and monitoring capabilities for Ubuntu. Landscape 23.03 manages all Ubuntu versions and derivatives from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS onwards, in addition to Debian Bullseye. Launching and configuring Landscape is faster and simpler than ever before. With this release, out-of-the-box support for Landscape is included in Ubuntu Pro.

CodeSee announced the launch of CodeSee Enterprise 2.0, which instantly maps and automates your app’s services, directories, file dependencies, and code changes. CodeSee Enterprise 2.0 helps organizations reduce time to market and move nimbly in today’s turbulent economic times.

Databricks announced the Databricks Lakehouse for Manufacturing, an open, enterprise-scale lakehouse platform tailored to manufacturers that unifies data and AI and delivers the needed performance for any analytics use case. Databricks’ Lakehouse for Manufacturing breaks down the silos found in manufacturing and is designed for manufacturers to access all of their data and make decisions in real-time.

HiveMQ added a C# Client to the open-source HiveMQ MQTT Client Libraries. The new client appeals to any organization building IoT applications using the Microsoft .NET framework, extending the MQTT ecosystem with a reliable, performant, and fully-supported client.

Noname Security announced Noname Public Sector’s Hardened Virtual Appliance making the API security platform available to the U.S. Federal Government, highly regulated industry customers, and FedRAMP-authorized vendors. The appliance is designed to deliver a drop-in, secure, and scalable system for discovering, monitoring, and protecting mission-critical APIs and data. 

NTT Ltd. and SES, a global content connectivity service provider via satellite, announced a multi-year partnership to use SES satellites to deliver NTT’s Edge as a Service to enterprise customers. The offering combines NTT’s fully managed Private 5G and Edge Compute with SES’s second-generation medium earth orbit communications system – O3b mPOWER – to provide expanded and reliable connectivity.

Obsidian Security announced the release of its latest suite of next-gen SaaS security solutions. This suite of solutions, comprising Obsidian Compliance Posture Management, Obsidian Integration Risk Management, and Obsidian Extend, enable security and GRC teams to increase their SaaS security and compliance posture measurably.

OtterTune announced the version v2.0 release of its next-generation platform. This latest release provides more advanced automation and optimization capabilities, helping organizations of all sizes improve the performance and efficiency of their cloud databases without the need for human expertise.

Rocket Software unveiled Rocket Content Automation, enabling critical operational connections between disparate systems and data sources without introducing mainframe migration or compliance risks. Rocket Content Automation drives collaboration between business and IT organizations, creating enhanced experiences with seamless automation across the Rocket Content Services portfolio, modernizing enterprise customers’ content and data landscapes.   

Togal.AI launched OpenAI ChatGPT for the construction industry. The solution enhances document management so construction professionals can use the semantic search functionality to find relevant information across thousands of pages of plans, contracts, specification books, schedules, and budgets in seconds.

TrustCloud announced today the release of the new TrustRegister application. TrustRegister allows companies to leverage programmatic risk assessments to proactively identify risks, simplify collaboration, and understand risk-related revenue and business impact.

Partnerships, collaborations, and more

Alation announced expanded partnerships with Databricks and dbt Labs to extend knowledge, collaboration, and trust across the modern data stack. Joint customers can now easily integrate rich metadata from Databricks Unity Catalog and leverage a new connector that provides support for dbt Core and dbt Cloud in Alation. announced a partnership with ThoughtSpot to help customers make faster, better, and more trusted data-informed decisions. The technical integration between’s data catalog and ThoughtSpot’s Liveboards, Answers, and Worksheets provide rich visibility into both the lineage and governance of the data needed to make decisions. and Reveal Group announced a partnership to help organizations extend the value in intelligent automation programs with natural language processing and understanding (NLP/NLU). By adding NLP/NLU to RPA, enterprises now have the ability to increase the flexibility and scalability of automation and expanding deployment to more complex use cases.

Fivetran announced support for Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) with Apache Iceberg data lake format. (Apache Iceberg is a widely supported open-source data format that offers atomic, consistent, isolated, and durable (ACID) transactions for data lakes.)

KX announced the general availability of a Data Timehouse platform, kdb Insights Enterprise, on Microsoft Azure. The offering helps accelerate AI, machine learning (ML), and analytics for AI-driven business innovation based on time-oriented observability of business interactions, decisions, and digital twin infrastructure.

Moogsoft announced today that it has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Operations Competency in the Monitoring and Observability and Operations Management categories. As an AWS Cloud Operations Competency Partner, Moogsoft has demonstrated expertise in helping customers build a strong and scalable foundation for their end-to-end Cloud Operations.

Monte Carlo announced a new integration with the automated data movement platform Fivetran. The integration gives users the ability to accelerate data incident detection and resolution by adding monitoring to data pipelines at the point of creation.

Snorkel AI announced today it is integrating its programmatic labeling platform Snorkel Flow with Microsoft Azure AI services to speed AI development for Azure customers. In addition, Snorkel AI has joined the Microsoft for Startups program.

Striim announced Striim for Snowflake, a fully managed, streaming SaaS solution that is optimized for the Snowflake Data Cloud. Striim for Snowflake uses change data capture (CDC) technologies to load, integrate, and synchronize data from enterprise-grade databases such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL into the Snowflake Data Cloud.

Sumo Logic announced that it has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Operations Competency in the Monitoring and Observability category. As an AWS Cloud Operations Competency Partner, Sumo Logic has demonstrated expertise in helping customers build a strong and scalable foundation for end-to-end Cloud Operations.

TDengine and Casne Engineering announced a strategic partnership aimed at advancing innovation in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market. Through this partnership, Casne Engineering will integrate TDengine’s time-series database technology into its existing IIoT solutions, creating a comprehensive IIoT platform for industrial customers.

Tredence announced the availability of its Azure-certified Data Migration and Modernization solution in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Tredence clients can now take advantage of the productive and trusted Azure cloud platform with streamlined deployment and management.

Virtualitics announced a partnership with North American Bancard (NAB), giving NAB the opportunity to support merchants in detecting trends and patterns within their data. Specifically, using the Virtualitics AI Platform, the partnership will enable NAB to explore and understand payments intelligence to identify complex patterns within the data, providing business owners with data-driven insights to make better decisions.

WSO2 announced a new partnership with TD SYNNEX. This partnership brings WSO2’s software for API management, integration, and customer identity and access management (CIAM) to TD SYNNEX’s global IT ecosystem. Through their partnership, WSO2 and TD SYNNEX will help mutual customers significantly lower the barriers to delivering new digital services and software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings that create seamless experiences.

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About Salvatore Salamone

Salvatore Salamone is a physicist by training who has been writing about science and information technology for more than 30 years. During that time, he has been a senior or executive editor at many industry-leading publications including High Technology, Network World, Byte Magazine, Data Communications, LAN Times, InternetWeek, Bio-IT World, and Lightwave, The Journal of Fiber Optics. He also is the author of three business technology books.

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