Real-time Analytics News for Week Ending July 23

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In this week’s real-time analytics news: Oracle and Microsoft team on Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure.

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Oracle and Microsoft announced the general availability of Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure. With this new offering, Microsoft Azure customers can easily provision, access, and monitor enterprise-grade Oracle Database services in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with a familiar experience. Users can migrate or build new applications on Azure and then connect to high-performance and high-availability managed Oracle Database services such as Autonomous Database running on OCI. Specifically, with the new Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure, in just a few clicks, users can connect their Azure subscriptions to their OCI tenancy. The service automatically configures everything required to link the two cloud environments and federates Azure Active Directory identities, making it easy for Azure customers to use the service. It also provides a familiar dashboard for Oracle Database Services on OCI using Azure terminology and monitoring with Azure Application Insights.

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Pecan AI announced the addition of one-click model deployment and integration with common CRMs, marketing automation, and other core business systems. Pecan’s customers can now take immediate actions based on the highly accurate predictions for future churn, lifetime value, demand, and other customer-conversion metrics generated by Pecan. In addition, Pecan added live model monitoring to its automated predictive analytics platform for non-data scientists. The platform now continuously monitors live models for signs of degradation related to factors such as internal changes in consumer behavior or external changes in data integrity.

LivePerson announced the launch of Contact Center Conversation Mining, a solution for tracking, measuring, and optimizing customer experiences, powered by the Celonis Execution Management System. Contact Center Conversation Mining combines process and conversational data from voice and digital interactions to optimize every customer interaction, generate new revenue streams, and increase customer lifetime value. By combining conversational data from voice and digital customer-to-agent or chatbot interactions, Contact Center Conversation Mining enables automation and outcomes based on what’s showing up in customer conversations in near real-time.

Diwo announced the general availability of the Diwo Decision Intelligence (DI) Platform. Diwo’s DI platform delivers an analytics experience designed to accelerate the path from data to decisions by providing business users with AI-powered, actionable recommendations in minutes rather than days. Diwo is purpose-built to solve the “last mile of analytics” challenge with its ability to dynamically deliver contextual insights and proactively recommend the best action to optimize business objectives and drive growth.

Real-time analytics news in brief

Celebrus announced the launch of Celebrus 9.6, an upgrade to its technology suite. Celebrus cross-domain continuance maintains unified session data and context, including identity, as a visitor navigates between domains owned by the same parent company. The solution completes the Celebrus Identity Graph, a feature of Celebrus Customer Data Platform (Celebrus CDP) and Fraud Data Platform (Celebrus FDP) that persists individual identity to capture journey data, from personal information (PII) to engagement across multiple sessions, platforms and now, across domains. 

Ocient released version 20 of the Ocient Hyperscale Data Warehouse. New features and optimizations include a suite of indexes, native complex data types, and the creation of data pipelines at scale to enable faster and more secure analysis of log and network data for multi-petabyte workloads. Specifically, Ocient’s version 20 release includes additional features to enhance performance, streamline data integration, create data pipelines at scale, and consolidate data movement for improved security. 

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Dynatrace announced it has enhanced its analytics capabilities for modern multi-cloud environments by unifying its AI-powered log analytics with its digital experience monitoring (DEM) capabilities, including Session Replay. This latest enhancement to the platform enables development teams to automatically gain deeper insights into specific user journeys by connecting logs to the user sessions that generated them. This additional context allows teams to use the platform’s capabilities to analyze user sessions and behavior and playback the actions of any user journey.

Datatron announced the latest version of its enterprise-grade MLOps platform. Updates include increased flexibility, a new interface that simplifies data scientists’ workflow, and ease-of-use enhancements for the operational teams, resulting in additional productivity gains. The latest release simplifies AI and ML workflows by fully augmenting the operationalization process of AI and ML for test/validation, deployment, and scale without requiring a staff of expensive engineers.

HAProxy Technologies published a new release of the HAProxy Data Plane API – the sidecar process that runs next to HAProxy, providing API endpoints for managing the world’s fastest and most widely used software load balancer. HAProxy Data Plane API version 2.6 continues to prioritize expanded support for HAProxy configuration keywordsfor this release and the next version. This will enable HAProxy Data Plane API to be used for configuring HAProxy without any gaps in functionality.

Partnerships, collaborations, and more

Exabel announced the release of a new ‘Import Jobs’ feature, which provides a direct Snowflake integration for customers to easily bring new data sets into the Exabel platform. This will help Exabel’s customers bring all their alternative data into one place and leverage Exabel’s analytics to combine data sets and derive differentiated insights.

Talend announced enhanced support for Cloudera with the addition of a new certification for Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) on the Public Cloud, as well as CDP data services, including Data Hub and Data Engineering. As a Cloudera Connect Certified Technology, Talend has been tested, validated, and certified to work with CDP.

Clootrack announced the availability of its granular customer experience data on Snowflake Marketplace. With Snowflake, Clootrack customers can discover and access a variety of third-party data and utilize data sets directly in their Snowflake account to query and merge them with their data. This access to Snowflake Marketplace will eliminate the costs of building and maintaining various APIs and pipelines to load and update data optimized for the cloud. 

Veza announced that it has entered a partnership with Google Cloud, including product integration that enables Google Cloud customers to harness the capabilities of Veza’s data security platform across their multi-cloud ecosystem. With this new integration, Google Cloud customers can now directly access the capabilities of Veza’s authorization-based data security platform integrated with Google Cloud Policy Analyzer to identify, manage, and control external identities and service accounts to Google Cloud services (Looker, BigQuery, and more).

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Melissa announced a partnership with innoscale DATAROCKET that integrates Melissa’s address validation, auto-completion, geocoding, and sanctions list checking capabilities into the innoscale DATAROCKET Core master data management (MDM) platform. With Melissa modules now included, DATAROCKET Core users can check customer addresses in 240 territories within their data maintenance processes, have contact details automatically completed upon entry, and enrich customer data records with geodata. 

SIOS Technology announced that it has been accepted into the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Accelerate Program, a co-sell program for AWS Partners who provide software solutions that run on or integrate with AWS. The SIOS AMIs in AWS Marketplace provide an easy, convenient way for customers to trial and purchase SIOS DataKeeper and LifeKeeper software to protect business-critical applications on AWS.

Senet and Iota Communications (“IotaComm”) announced a partnership to deliver advanced wireless networks for smart infrastructure sensors. Specifically, they will deliver LoRaWAN through both the 915 MHz unlicensed spectrum and through IotaComm’s 800 MHz FCC-licensed spectrum network connectivity. The initial use cases will be focused on smart buildings, smart cities, and critical infrastructure applications.

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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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