Real-time Analytics News for Week Ending May 21

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In this week’s real-time analytics news: Red Hat rolled out enhancements to its developer tools to speed the creation of Kubernetes-based applications.

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Red Hat unveiled updates across its portfolio of developer tools designed to help organizations build and deliver applications faster and more consistently across Kubernetes-based hybrid and multicloud environments. Some of the new offerings include:

  • The latest release of Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines introduces a technology preview of pipelines as code for Tekton, which gives customers the ability to define and manage their continuous integration (CI) pipelines through Git repositories and take advantage of GitOps workflows.
  • New Tekton Chains enhances OpenShift Pipelines, now providing built-in image signing capabilities that help to enhance reliability in the application delivery supply chain. Developers can also take advantage of user namespaces in pipelines to isolate tools that require root privileges and run them as non-root inside their application build and delivery pipelines without compromising on security functionality.
  • OpenShift GitOps lets customers declaratively manage their OpenShift clusters, applications, and compliance operations, using familiar Git workflows to automate, define, and version security practices in an easily auditable environment. The latest release includes Argo CD 2.3, bringing new sync and diff strategies, UI improvements, and performance enhancements.
  • ApplicationSets, which was previously available as a technology preview, is now generally available, providing a fully supported and stable way to automate the management of multiple ArgoCD applications across multiple clusters.
  • Red Hat also unveiled its next-generation in-browser and local development environments, Red Hat OpenShift DevSpaces 3 (formerly Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces) and Red Hat OpenShift Local 2 (formerly Red Hat CodeReady Containers).
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Salesforce introduced Tableau Cloud, which allows customers to get the full value of Tableau at enterprise scale. The offering is the next generation of what was formerly known as Tableau Online and includes new innovations to boost productivity by delivering intelligent, powerful, and easy-to-use analytical tools to help uncover insights and make data-driven decisions. An integral part of the Salesforce Customer 360, Tableau empowers customers to surface and gain actionable insights from all their trusted data, creating a single source of truth, accessible anytime, anywhere.

Software AG announced ARIS for sustainability, a new package that supports the planning, implementation, and measurement of sustainability initiatives. The ARIS for sustainability accelerator package includes ready-made process models and ESG-relevant templates, reports, and dashboards. They can be directly used in ARIS and connected with all company data already stored there — from strategy definition to operating processes. 

Intertrust launched two new feature enhancements to its multi-party data interoperability platform Intertrust Platform. The enhancements can help create trust and provide protection by bridging enterprise data operations and IoT devices with a single pane of glass functionality. Specifically, the platform now includes two features for IoT and Web3.0 (Web3) environments: 

  • Explicit Private Networking (XPN), which provides end-to-end security for data at rest as well as in transit from device to cloud and back.
  • Token Rights Management (TRM), which provides support for distributed authentication and authorization systems. It supports traditional data and DRM applications, NFT applications, and standards-based Digital Twins for hardware device security.

Ahana announced a new tool for Presto users called the Presto Query Analyzer. With the Presto Query Analyzer, data platform teams can get instant insights into their Presto clusters, including query performance, bandwidth bottlenecks, and much more. The Presto Query Analyzer was built for the Presto community and is free to use.

The Envoy Gateway (EG) project launched. Under the auspices of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Envoy Gateway is a new effort within the Envoy proxy open-source project to simplify Envoy use in cloud-native application development. Specifically, Envoy Gateway will reduce existing, redundant efforts around Envoy and make it much easier for application developers to use Envoy as a basic API gateway “out of the box” and as a Kubernetes Ingress controller. Exposing a simplified set of APIs and implementing the Kubernetes Gateway API, EG makes it easier to extend Envoy.

Real-time analytics news in brief

Innodata rolled out new features within its web-based SaaS Annotation Platform. The Annotation Platform serves up a no-code loop of machine learning, training, and application while enabling auto-annotation and high-confidence level suggestions. The new features include auto-annotation, inline classification, and image annotation.

Franz announced AllegroGraph 7.3, with enhanced GraphQL query capabilities for distributed Knowledge Graphs and Enterprise Data Fabrics. With AllegroGraph’s GraphQL APIs, developers can create performant and more complex data-driven applications. GraphQL’s capability to fetch the exact and specific data in a single request delivers flexibility to Knowledge Graph developers. Using GraphQL APIs within AllegroGraph can lower integration costs and minimize redundancy in enterprise systems while improving the value of data-driven applications.

DataCore Software announced DataCore Bolt, enterprise-grade container-native storage software for DevOps. Stateful applications running on Kubernetes clusters in the cloud and on-premises benefit from Bolt’s dynamic provisioning of high-performance persistent storage. Bolt’s containerized microservices stack exploits low-latency and high IOPs characteristics of NVMe-oF/TCP along with Kubernetes’ intrinsic orchestration and resilience at scale.

IBM announced key enhancements to its next-generation software-defined storage, IBM ESS 3500. IBM ESS 3500 is designed to accelerate data delivery for AI workloads and help speed time to market with cloud-scale performance and capacity. IBM ESS 3500 is engineered to help clients to accelerate data science, modernize and optimize application development, simplify and accelerate DevOps, and optimize content repositories. It is optimized for AI-accelerated computing solutions, such as NVIDIA DGX systems with GPUDirect support.

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Tamr announced the introduction of Tamr Enrich, a set of enrichment services built natively into the data mastering process. Using Tamr’s patented human-guided machine learning, Tamr Enrich curates and actively manages external datasets and services, enabling customers to seamlessly embed trusted, high-quality external data insights to their data mastering pipelines.

Next Pathway announced it has extended the capabilities of its cloud migration planning tool, Crawler360. In this latest release,Next Pathway improved and expanded the visualization capabilities of this tool, giving clients better insights into the dependencies across data pipelines in legacy data warehouses and data lakesThe new versionalso enables users to dynamically create multiple cloud migration wave plans, immediately trigger code translation and automatically generate test scrips based on their wave plan.

Partnerships, collaborations, and more

Pegasystems Inc. announced Always-On Insights, a new offering combining the capabilities of Pega Customer Decision Hub with Celebrus Customer Data Platform (CDP). By integrating Celebrus’ real-time data capturing and identity solutions with Pega’s AI-powered decisioning, brands can continuously react to consumer behavior with the most relevant inbound and outbound offers and messages to drive higher response rates.

TheLoops announced that it is now available on Zendesk’s Marketplace – a one-stop-shop that enables organizations to find partners, apps, and integrations to increase agent productivity, streamline workflows, and drive customer satisfaction. TheLoops enables real-time support by contextualizing customer, product, and usage data for agents all within Zendesk. It also contextualizes support data for department managers, giving them a mission control center for their support operations.                                                       

D2iQ announced a partnership with GitLab to automate and simplify the deployment of containerized workloads, accelerating software delivery cycle times. Through this partnership, users can now run the GitLab Kubernetes Operator on the D2iQ Kubernetes Platform (DKP), providing consistent upgrades, deployment, and security policies for infrastructures and applications. Enterprise organizations can also safely deploy a project to DKP from a continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline with a cluster attached to GitLab.

alwaysAI and Hailo have partnered to deliver accelerated computer vision applications on edge devices. This partnership allows developers to easily take advantage of Hailo’s high-performance, low-power AI processors using the alwaysAI platform. Sectors that will benefit from this powerful solution include smart retail, industry 4.0, and transportation.

airSlate announced a new integration within its signNow API with Remote Online Notarization (RON) provider Notarize. The integration expands the capabilities of the signNow API, allowing users to legally notarize documents signed with electronic signature, all within a single application.

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Google Cloud and AMD announced a technology partnership in which AMD will run electronic design automation (EDA) for its chip-design workloads on Google Cloud. AMD will also leverage Google Cloud’s global networking, storage, artificial intelligence, and machine learning capabilities to further improve upon its hybrid and multi-cloud strategy for these EDA workloads.

Planview announced that the company has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Tasktop. Together, Planview and Tasktop will help organizations deliver transformative solutions and accelerate their time to market, improve operational efficiency, and drive investment confidence in the face of economic disruption and instability.  

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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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