In this week’s real-time analytics news: TigerGraph’s new version of TigerGraph Cloud includes new security, advanced AI, and machine learning capabilities.
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TigerGraph announced the latest version (3.9) of TigerGraph Cloud, its native parallel graph database-as-a-service. Version 3.9 includes new security, advanced AI, and machine learning capabilities. Specifically, new capabilities include:
- Enhanced data ingestion
- Parquet file format support
- Multi-edge support
- Enhanced graph data science package
- Improved DevOps support
- Expanded Kubernetes functionality
- Expanded self-service graph visual analytics.
Rockset announced a new release that isolates streaming ingestion from low-latency queries for real-time data applications. Just like compute-storage separation for cloud data warehouses, compute-compute separation for real-time analytics unlocks new efficiencies in the cloud. It eliminates compute over-provisioning by allowing either streaming ingest or query serving to be scaled up and down independently. It also enables multiple isolated applications on shared real-time data without the need for multiple replicas.
Dremio announced a rollout of key new features in Dremio Cloud and Software, which will allow customers to easily create data lakehouses by performantly loading data into Apache Iceberg tables, query and federate across more data sources with Dremio Sonar, and much more. Dremio also announced the acceleration of its data as code management capabilities with Dremio Arctic.
Red Hat announced a collaboration with NVIDIA to deliver radio access network (RAN) deployments on industry-standard servers across hybrid and multi-cloud. Red Hat OpenShift now supports NVIDIA converged accelerators and the NVIDIA Aerial SDK for software-defined 5G virtual radio access networks (vRAN) and enterprise AI applications. This delivers a composable infrastructure to meet the demands of compute-heavy applications for edge computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and more.
Real-time analytics news in brief
Checkly announced a new monitoring as code (MaC) workflow enabled by a new CLI released in beta. The solution unites software testing and monitoring in one code-driven workflow that spans development, testing, deployment, and operations. The company also unveiled new features and enhancements, including the general availability of Playwright Test, updated public dashboards, a robust new analytics API, and the successful completion of its SOC 2 Type II security audit.
DataGrail launched a new Privacy Dashboard that provides actionable recommendations to improve privacy management in an ongoing and scalable way. The fully modernized dashboard gives instant visibility into the current and historic health and impact of a company’s privacy program. It goes beyond simple tracking and reporting to help legal and security leaders understand and communicate privacy risk, while its personalized, smart prioritization of tasks helps teams become more operationally efficient.
DiffusionData, formerly known as Push Technology, announced the release of Gateway Framework 1.0 – an easy-to-use framework for integrating back-end data sources or any external system with Diffusion. The Gateway Framework, which was previously released as a beta with a dependency on Diffusion 6.8, is now to be released as a general release version 1.0.0 with a dependency upon Diffusion 6.9. The Kafka adapter, CDC adapter, and REST adapter (using the Gateway Framework) are released with Gateway Framework 1.0.
EnterpriseDB (EDB) announced EDB Postgres Distributed (PGD) 5.0, a solution that solves the problem of planned downtime and unplanned outages for enterprises running business-critical applications on Postgres. With PGD 5.0, enterprises can now experience extremely high availability with minimal downtime in case of a data incident, and TDE reduces the likelihood of business-critical data being stolen or lost forever.
Fivetran announced three new offerings to its enterprise-grade platform for automated data movement. The announcement extends the Fivetran Data Movement Platform and includes Fivetran High-Volume Agent (HVA) Connectors, Fivetran Private Deployment, and AWS GovCloud Support.
HyperTrack announced new features to its last mile logistics platform, including a new Logistics Map that provides granular insight into the entire order fulfillment process and significant enhancements to its Orders API and driver app development kit (SDK) to power the most advanced last mile technology stacks across industries.
Informatica launched a free cloud data loading, integration, and ETL/ELT service called Informatica Cloud Data Integration-Free and PayGo. The new offering targets data practitioners and non-technical users, such as in marketing, sales, and revenue operations teams, to build data pipelines within minutes.
InRule Technology announced the release of InRule 5.8. The latest version of InRule Decisioning advances the company’s extension-based ecosystem that optimizes the adoption of automated decisioning and enhances user experience. The InRule 5.8 extension manager allows users to easily incorporate and manage extensions to take advantage of additional features that provide enhanced usability.
Kensho Technologies announced its newest Natural Language Processing (NLP) solution, Kensho Classify. Classify derives value from vast amounts of text and documents by making content more discoverable, enabling analysis of text, smart search, content recommendations, and streamlined research and analysis.
ManageEngine announced that it has added a security and risk posture management dashboard to Log360, its unified security information and event management (SIEM) solution with integrated DLP and CASB capabilities. Enterprises can leverage this new feature to implement proactive security strategies and prevent cyberattacks before they occur.
Pegasystems announced plans to extend its use of AI in its platform with a set of new generative AI capabilities across Pega Infinity. Powered by generative AI models like those behind OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Pega is designing these features to enable users to use generative AI with enterprise governance to complete tasks using simple natural language prompts – from “generate a report” to “refine this offer copy” to “build an application.”
Qlik introduced Connector Factory, its strategy to expand access to and delivery of data from SaaS applications and data sources. There are already over 250 existing connectors, and throughout 2023 Qlik will add 100 new connectors for Qlik Cloud Data Integration. With Connector Factory, the company aims to provide universal connectivity to the expanding range of enterprise SaaS data applications and sources.
Rossum announced that it published the world’s largest research dataset to accelerate scientific progress in business document information extraction (IE). Large datasets are crucial to improving and measuring how AI models perform, and the DocILE (Document Information Localization and Extraction) benchmark is the largest collection of business documents for the most practical information extraction tasks in IDP.
Talend announced the latest update to Talend Data Fabric, its end-to-end platform for data discovery, transformation, governance, and sharing. Some of the latest Talend Data Fabric features help manage cloud jobs, improve connectivity for modernization, and offer data observability capabilities.
Vercel announced that it is unlocking an observability suite to provide businesses with an aggregated view of the health of their system. Vercel Monitoring gives data needed right in the Vercel dashboard. Businesses can select from a number of pre-made queries or simply create their own by defining what metrics they care about, quickly visualizing them, and identifying abnormalities and troubleshooting.
Partnerships, collaborations, and more
Couchbase announced an expanded ISV (Independent Software Vendor) Partner Program. The program will provide ISVs with a new Success Package that includes enhanced training, certifications, and additional resources necessary to build and monetize their modern applications with ease. Complimenting the offering is the introduction of a new ISV Program Guide with information and resources to make it easier for ISVs to work with Couchbase.
Cyolo announced the next generation of its partner program aimed at maximizing an organization’s cybersecurity potential for securing its applications and sensitive systems. The newly redesigned program will provide partners with a simplified reseller structure and richer tools, including access to MSSP (managed security service provider) products to help grow and expand their business while safeguarding their customers’ operations against any potential access breaches.
Digibee has joined Orasi’s strong partner community that brings enterprise customers full development and delivery lifecycle support for market-driven products. Digibee will provide, through the Digibee Enterprise Integration Platform (eiPaaS), the ability to connect and integrate disparate legacy and cloud-based systems as part of Orasi’s expert guidance, services, and tools that accelerate the maturation of secure, high-quality applications.
Fauna announced the availability of both an open-source and Cloud Connector built with Airbyte. The connector allows joint customers to quickly move data from their Fauna database to over 30 data lakes and analytics targets.
IBM and Cohesity announced a new collaboration to address the need organizations have for increased data security and resiliency in hybrid cloud environments. Combining data protection, cyber resilience, and data management capabilities from both companies, IBM will launch its new IBM Storage Defender solution, which will include Cohesity’s data protection as an integral part of the offering.
IoT.nxt has partnered with Vantage Towers to drive digital transformation in the wireless telecommunications industry. The two companies are working together to deploy a secure, digital solution for remote management of sensors, passive equipment, and alarms on site, which leverages the power of IoT.nxt’s tried and tested technology to streamline processes and reduce manual interventions, resulting in improved efficiency, reduced downtime, and lower maintenance costs.
Rocket Software announced its acquisition of Key Resources, Inc. (KRI). The acquisition will enable Rocket Software’s customers to address their mainframe infrastructure needs in the most comprehensive and holistic way. With the addition of KRI, Rocket Software customers will have the ability to standardize on their preferred mainframe security solutions.
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