In this week’s real-time analytics news: AWS and Snowflake independently launched solutions for the telecom market.
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the general availability of AWS Telco Network Builder, a fully managed service that helps customers deploy, run, and scale telco networks on AWS. Now, communications service providers (CSPs) can use their familiar telecom industry-standard language to describe the details of their network in a template uploaded to the service. AWS Telco Network Builder translates the template into a cloud-based network architecture and provisions the necessary AWS infrastructure, shortening the deployment of an operational, cloud-configured telco network from days to hours. As CSPs update their networks, AWS Telco Network Builder automatically adjusts compute and storage resources.
Snowflake announced the launch of the Telecom Data Cloud, which unites Snowflake’s data platform, Snowflake- and partner-delivered solutions, and industry-specific datasets. The Telecom Data Cloud helps telecommunications service providers break down data silos within companies and across the ecosystem, allowing organizations to access data easily and securely in near real-time, enrich it with machine learning (ML) models, and then share and analyze it to drive better decisions.
Linux Foundation Europe, an independent, trusted supporter and vendor-neutral home for open-source projects in Europe, announced the formation of the OpenWallet Foundation (OWF). This new, collaborative effort will develop open-source software to support interoperability for a wide range of wallet use cases, including making payments, proving identity, storing validated credentials such as employment, education, financial standing, and entitlements — to enable trust in the digital future.
Real-time analytics news in brief
Alation announced Alation Marketplaces, a new product for third-party datasets to augment existing data in Alation Data Catalog for richer analysis. Additionally, the company expanded Alation Anywhere to Microsoft Teams and Alation Connected Sheets to Microsoft Excel to help data users access contextual information from the catalog directly within their tool of choice.
Code Climate announced that industry-standard DORA metrics DevOps teams use to measure software delivery performance are now integrated into its Velocity Analytics module. Now, engineering and delivery managers can see DORA metrics in context with other engineering data to identify correlations between processes and outcomes, allowing them to make data-driven decisions for improving software delivery practices and maximizing engineering team impact.
data.world launched the data.world AI Lab, which brings together customers, partners, and academics to collaborate on using the latest AI technologies to improve data team productivity through data catalog integrations. The AI Lab will initially focus on automating data discovery and governance using data.world’s patented knowledge graph foundation and AI tools such as GPT-3, OpenAI’s large language model (LLM).
Deci released a new version of its deep learning platform, helping developers further simplify the AI lifecycle and break down additional barriers on the journey to production. With this new version, Deci’s platform will now support generative AI model optimization, as well as enhance existing inference acceleration and optimization capabilities with no accuracy degradation.
JFrog released Conan 2.0, which features the ability to model the most advanced C and C++ application dependency graphs and software binary packages. The solution makes it easier for developers to securely reproduce artifact builds and quickly deliver products at scale. Key new features include a “signing” plugin to help better secure the software supply chain, an enterprise-ready package management framework, new artifact modeling and dependency management, and revamped scalability and security.
Kyndi announced the general availability of Kyndi Clarity, a natural language-enabled self-service customer support solution that delivers accurate results instantly. Built on top of the Kyndi Natural Language Platform, Kyndi Clarity provides customers with precise answers in their time of need, allowing companies to improve first contact resolution (FCR) rate, drive customer support efficiency, and boost both customer and agent experiences.
Landing AI is democratizing the creation of artificial intelligence among companies large and small, with an offer to anyone to try its flagship LandingLens product for free. The solution makes it fast and easy for companies to create and test computer vision AI projects within minutes. No complex programming or AI experience is needed.
OneStream announced expanded capabilities for its Sensible ML solution, which increases machine learning (ML) forecasting transparency and explainability of key business drivers. The solution is now available to both existing OneStream SaaS customers as well as prospective OneStream customers.
The OpenNMS Group, a subsidiary of NantHealth, announced the release of OpenNMS Meridian 2023. With this major release, the fully open-source Meridian product, which is the optimized and supported version of the OpenNMS platform curated by the group for production environments, now features cloud services, containerization benefits, and other advancements.
Pecan AI announced the addition of marketing mix modeling (MMM) to its suite of low-code, automated predictive analytics solutions. As a result, marketers who must demonstrate and improve marketing results can now easily use this machine learning-driven offering to understand and proactively plan for maximum marketing impact.
Reltio launched a new series of specialized and industry-focused cloud-native master data management (MDM) offerings, known as velocity packs, which are designed to address unique, complex data challenges experienced across various industries. Reltio’s velocity packs are out-of-the-box solutions with prepackaged configurations and integrations. Current offerings include the Reltio for Life Sciences and Reltio for Healthcare velocity packs, with Financial Services and Insurance solutions soon to follow.
ScaleOut Software announced new device modeling and simulation capabilities for its ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service. These capabilities extend the service’s ability to perform real-time analytics at scale using digital twins to track devices and other real-world data sources. As a result, users can simulate the behavior of different data sources using digital twins prior to deployment as a tool to evaluate design choices and improve decision making.
StarlingX, the open-source edge computing and IoT cloud platform, is available in its 8.0 release today. StarlingX combines Ceph, OpenStack, Kubernetes, and more to create a full-featured cloud software stack that provides everything telecom carriers and enterprises need to deploy an edge cloud on a few servers or hundreds of them. StarlingX is used by the most demanding applications in industrial IoT, telecom, video delivery, and other ultra-low latency use cases.
Tabnine announced test generation, a tool that provides automatic code testing to increase the efficiency of the software development process, is now available for beta sign-ups. With test generation, Tabnine users can now generate tests for multiple programming languages, easily integrate with their existing development environment, write more efficiently with a tool that learns from their code as it is written to match the users’ specific coding style and patterns, and more.
Partnerships, collaborations, and more
Akeneo announced the launch of Akeneo on Google Cloud Marketplace. With Akeneo now available on Google Cloud Marketplace, brands and retailers will benefit from unified billing through purchases directly on Google Cloud Marketplace and deeper product integration, making it easier for customers to create engaging product experiences globally.
ALTR announced its open-source data governance initiative with support from Alation and Matillion. The companies note that while other vendors are focusing on exclusive marketplaces or charging for custom integrations, they are offering an open-source approach to the traditional data governance market. The effort allows non-proprietary integrations, which enable seamless data governance, with access control and security spanning from database to data catalog through ELT to cloud data platforms.
Boost.ai, a UiPath Premier Alliance partner, announced a new strategic partnership with Lydonia Technologies, a Diamond UiPath Partner, to create AI-powered intelligent automation solutions. Specifically, the partnership between boost.ai and Lydonia enables premium customer service through intelligent automation and self-service capabilities.
CircleCI announced a new integration with Datadog. Now available in the Datadog Marketplace, CircleCI’s integration will enable customers to optimize their workflows by detecting and resolving error-prone jobs and flaky tests that can cause build errors. In addition, the company announced it has significantly expanded its partnerships, offering integrations with 1Password, GitLab, AWS, New Relic, and more.
Cisco and NTT Ltd. announced plans to collaborate to drive Private 5G adoption across the automotive, logistics, healthcare, retail, and public sectors. Specifically, the two plan to jointly bring to market the technology and managed services that will enable enterprise customers to deploy Private 5G. The companies plan to accelerate edge connectivity through NTT’s Managed Private 5G solution, combined with Intel hardware so that Cisco and NTT customers will be able to integrate Private 5G into their pre-existing LAN/WAN/Cloud infrastructure.
DataStax announced it has achieved Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance for Astra DB on Amazon Web Services (AWS). This designation, governed by the PCI Security Standards Council, enables organizations that accept, transmit, or store cardholder data to utilize Astra DB – the serverless cloud database built on the open-source Apache Cassandra database – to securely run business-critical applications powered by high-scale, real-time data.
Elektrobit and Canonical announced EB corbos Linux, built on Ubuntu. Available immediately from Elektrobit, the new solution provides OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers with the benefits and flexibility of an open-source operating system for developing electronic control units (ECUs) in software-defined vehicles. It integrates Ubuntu, provided by Canonical, in a solution that addresses the specific needs of the automotive sector.
Infosys announced that it will expand its collaboration with Microsoft to help accelerate enterprise cloud transformation journeys. The deepening of the collaboration will entail the onboarding of Infosys Cobalt solutions to Microsoft’s industry clouds. The joint capabilities across application modernization, enterprise solutions, data analytics and AI, digital workplace solutions, low-code, no-code power platforms, and cybersecurity innovations will create a robust foundation for cloud-powered transformation.
Privacera announced its integration with Databricks Unity Catalog. Privacera and Databricks users can now facilitate data discovery and consistent data access across the Databricks Lakehouse Platform, including seamless migration of existing Privacera policies. With this latest integration, Privacera increases the ability for its users to provide a holistic unified data security platform protecting all data assets, including on-premises legacy data sources, modern cloud-native data warehouses, modern data lakehouses, and data mesh architectures.
Sigma Computing (“Sigma”) announced a deepened integration with partner Databricks. Sigma’s spreadsheet-like interface allows users to conduct ad hoc analysis and explore all their data without the constraints of pre-defined drill paths set up by an admin. Top Sigma for Databricks benefits include access to dynamic, live data for analytics; no coding skills or specialized training is required to use Sigma; users can build data products faster; and businesses can use all of their data, not just parts of it.
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