Real-time Analytics News for Week Ending February 5

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In this week’s real-time analytics news: Red Hat announced that the Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation is now included in the Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus, and more.

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:

Red Hat announced that Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation is now included in Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus, bringing data services, including software-defined storage, to the enterprise Kubernetes platform in a single holistic solution. Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus provides a complete, multi-cloud Kubernetes stack out of the box. The addition of Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation gives developers a consistent data platform with persistent storage that can span clouds and infrastructure, combined with data management capabilities for IT operations teams.

Onehouse emerged from stealth with its cloud-native managed service based on Apache Hudi. Onehouse streamlines the adoption of the lakehouse architecture, by offering a fully-managed cloud-native service that quickly ingests, self-manages, and auto-optimizes data. Instead of creating yet another vertically integrated data and query stack, it provides one interoperable and truly open data layer that accelerates workloads across all popular data lake query engines like Apache Spark, Trino, Presto, and even cloud warehouses as external tables. 

InRule Technology introduced bias detection features within xAI Workbench, the company’s suite of machine learning modeling engines. The bias detection features support organizations whose machine learning models are associated with predictions that could contain bias toward a protected class (gender, race, age, etc.) or impact an individual’s well-being, such as clinical trials, population health management, incarceration recidivism, loan origination, insurance policy rating and more.

Grafana Labs announced new products that extend its leading observability stack into on-call management. These new solutions, which are available with the Grafana Cloud fully managed observability platform, include Grafana OnCall, the on-call management tool introduced in beta preview at Grafana ObservabilityCON last November, and Grafana Incident, which is available in previews and makes incident response management easier by automating common tasks.

StarlingX, the open-source edge computing and IoT cloud platform, is now available in its 6.0 release. StarlingX combines Ceph, OpenStack, Kubernetes, and more to create a full-featured cloud software stack that provides everything enterprises need to deploy an edge cloud on a few servers or hundreds of them. New features in StarlingX 6.0 include a core operating system upgrade; security enhancements, including automated certificate management and alarms; and several new tools to manage deployment and configuration more easily.

Franz Inc. announced Gruff 8.1, an advanced knowledge graph visualization software tool that can be embedded in any web page or web application. Users can now visually build queries and visualize connections between enterprise data directly within a web page or web application, enabling a simple and seamless knowledge discovery experience. Visualizations can be customized to fit a specific user experience, data relationships, or business requirements. Developers can simply embed Gruff in an HTML iframe to allow a reader to use it inside a web page. An advanced feature also allows a web application to send custom commands to Gruff.

Findability Sciences announced the launch of Findability.Inside, a suite of easily embeddable, white-labeled, ready-made AI solutions that ensure agile and repeatable deployments. With Findability.Inside, traditional enterprise companies can easily integrate superior AI technology into their existing products and solutions while unlocking new data-driven insights and business efficiencies.

Real-time analytics partnerships, collaborations, and more

Teradata announced a global partnership with Microsoft to integrate the Teradata Vantage data platform with Microsoft Azure. With this announcement, businesses seeking to modernize their data analytics workloads with security, reliability, and elasticity – even on a massive scale – can leverage the technology of both companies. Teradata Vantage on Azure is already heavily integrated with the Azure ecosystem, including more than 60 Azure data services.

Sprinklr, a unified customer experience management platform (Unified-CXM), announced availability in the AWS Marketplace. AWS customers can now consolidate billing, simplify procurement, and realize faster time-to-value by leveraging Sprinklr to help create insight-driven strategies and better customer experiences.

SolarWinds announced its database performance monitoring products – SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer (DPA), SolarWinds SQL Sentry, and SolarWinds Database Insights for SQL Server – are now available as fully-transactable solutions in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.

IBM  announced it has acquired Sentaca. The acquisition will accelerate IBM’s hybrid cloud consulting business, adding skills to help communications service providers (CSPs) and others modernize on multiple cloud platforms, innovate, and transform their businesses.

Gupshupannounced the acquisition of Knowlarity Communications. Knowlarity offers cloud telephony, contact center automation, AI-powered voice assistants, and speech analytics solutions to over 6,000 customers across 65 countries. The acquisition complements Gupshup’s Conversational Messaging suite.

Gradient AI announced that it has partnered with Spear Technologies to integrate its AI solutions with Spear Technologies’ SpearClaims. The integrated offering enhances customer experiences while improving the bottom line for insurance companies by assessing the risk of policies more precisely, streamlining processes, and reducing claim expenses.

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Salvatore Salamone

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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