In this week’s real-time analytics news: LeanIX launched an academic edition of its solution designed to help students learn enterprise architecture fundamentals.
Keeping pace with news and developments in the real-time analytics market can be a daunting task. We want to help by providing a summary of some of the items our staff came across each week. Here are some of the news items from this week:
LeanIX launched LeanIX Academic Edition, which provides universities and teaching institutions free access to the company’s Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) tool. The LeanIX Academic Edition makes it possible for students to learn enterprise architecture fundamentals using the EAM tool’s core Application Portfolio Management and Technology and Risk Management modules.
WSO2 launched the general availability of the Swan Lake release of Ballerina, its new open-source, enterprise-grade project for cloud-native application development. Ballerina is a 100% open-source project created and sponsored by WSO2, with all parts of the project developed openly at https://github.com/ballerina-platform. It offers the ability to code using text and graphical views to Visual Studio simultaneously, and it helps developers rapidly build, integrate, and deploy services and APIs in the cloud.
Starburst announced a suite of new capabilities for its product, Starburst Enterprise. The new features allow companies to build and share data products and offer native access controls that form the foundation of a Data Mesh implementation. With the features, companies get streamlined visibility, consistent governance, and accessibility that allows data products to be shared internally for use across an organization.
Signal AI announced the launch of its new API Suite. The solution allows users to measure shifts in corporate reputation. The offering is built on knowledge graph principles that can map topics (e.g., Corporate Governance) to entities (e.g., a company, index of companies, or an individual), creating billions of connections and showing how proximity between topics and entities is shifting in time.
Spell and Graphcore announced a partnership to deliver the next generation of AI infrastructure. The new solution integrates Graphcore’s IPU-POD scale-out systems with Spell’s eponymous hardware-agnostic MLOps software platform for deep learning (DLOps) to make advanced AI development faster, easier, and less expensive.
Pegasystems Inc. announced Pega Voice AI and Messaging AI, two new solutions that analyze live customer service conversations in real time to help agents quickly resolve service requests with reduced manual effort. These artificial intelligence (AI) solutions operate as copilots for agents, listening to live voice and chat conversations, recommending steps to resolution, off-loading tedious manual processes such as error-prone data entry or searches, and analyzing intent to guide them to provide the most efficient, empathetic service possible.
Signal AI announced the launch of its new technology allowing users to measure shifts in corporate reputation. The new API Suite is built on knowledge graph principles that can map topics (e.g. Corporate Governance) to entities (e.g. a company, index of companies, or an individual) creating billions of connections, and showing how proximity between topics and entities is shifting in time. It provides a new lens on mapping shifting corporate reputation and provides quantifiable reputation data for the first time.
Real-time analytics partnerships, collaborations, and more
Tech Mahindra announced a collaboration with Yellow.ai to help businesses provide personalized experiences to customers and employees. As part of the partnership, Tech Mahindra and Yellow.ai will work towards developing next-gen conversational-AI solutions to enhance omnichannel capabilities such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Human Resources Management System (HRMS), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
Grid.ai announced the acquisition of Tensorwerk. Through this acquisition, Grid.ai boosts its platform’s functionality, enabling data scientists and researchers to build advanced models faster and more efficiently on the cloud.
Tricentis announced the acquisition of Testim, an AI-based SaaS test automation platform. Testim extends Tricentis’ own AI-powered continuous testing platform and will help the company further simplify test automation, enabling organizations to create resilient end-to-end tests quickly and easily.
Canonical, publisher of Ubuntu, and CoreSpace announced a new partnership to offer companies one-stop shopping for private clouds. Together, the companies offer a solution that combines Canonical’s Charmed OpenStack and Charmed Kubernetes technology with CoreSpace’s infrastructure and colocation capabilities – all backed by a comprehensive support package.
Solace announced that Boomi has selected Solace PubSub+ Platform to enable real-time event streaming across the applications and cloud services they use to run their business. PubSub+ handles the distribution of real-time data across Boomi’s iPaaS so microservices across teams and environments can easily consume and act on it.
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