Real-time Analytics News for Week Ending May 28

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In this week’s real-time analytics news: TigerGraph intros its TigerGraph ML Workbench and OneStream announced the limited general release of Sensible ML.

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TigerGraph announced the TigerGraph ML (Machine Learning) Workbench. The ML Workbench is a Jupyter-based Python development framework that allows data scientists to quickly build powerful deep learning AI models using connected data. The ML Workbench makes it easy for AI/ML practitioners to explore graph-enhanced machine learning and Graph Neural Networks (GNNs). It is fully integrated with TigerGraph’s database for fast, parallelized graph data processing/manipulation. The ML Workbench interoperates with deep learning frameworks such as PyTorch, PyTorch Geometric, DGL, and TensorFlow. The ML Workbench is also plug-and-play ready for Amazon SageMaker, Microsoft Azure ML, and Google Vertex AI.

OneStream announced the limited general release of Sensible ML. Sensible ML enables AI and ML across the enterprise planning process directly within the OneStream platform without the need for dedicated data scientists or additional software. By unifying thousands of ML forecasts with CPM, OneStream customers can accelerate time to value for critical planning processes. The solution will be available to select OneStream SaaS customers starting in June 2022.

Provectus announced the release of its First Open-Source Data Discovery (ODD) and Observability Platform v0.5. The ODD Platform is an open-source data discovery and observability tool. ODD Platform v0.5 adds new features, including Domains, Terms and Dictionary, and a Custom OAuth login page. Some of the platform’s API entities were rewritten from scratch to enable users to take advantage of a fully reactive approach. The release adds R2DBC jOOQ support. announced the launch and availability of the low-code platform Interplay 7. Interplay 7 now adds front-end development capabilities with a broad range of templates. Interplay 7’s solution enables development speed by introducing new core features, including advanced AI workflow, visual page builder, Figma code generator, Jupyter Integration, OCR/RPA trainer, and configurable applications.

Real-time analytics partnerships, collaborations, and more

Alation announced that leading data quality and data observability providers such as Acceldata, Anomalo, Bigeye, Experian, FirstEigen, Lightup, and Soda, and industry partners including Capgemini and Fivetran, have joined Alation in support of its newly launched Alation Open Data Quality Initiative for the Modern Data Stack. The program provides customers with the freedom of choice and flexibility when selecting the best data quality and data observability vendors to fit the needs of their modern, data-driven organizations.

Pegasystems (Pega) announced the acquisition of Everflow, a process mining software company based in Brazil. Everflow’s software will enable Pega clients to uncover and fix hidden process inefficiencies that often bog down organizational operations. Combined with Pega’s AI-powered decisioning and workflow automation capabilities, this acquisition will help Pega deliver a complete hyperautomation solution for enterprises.

In other Pega news, the company announced a strategic partnership with Google Cloud. As part of the agreement, Pega will make Pega Cloud applications available on Google Cloud as a fully hosted and managed as-a-service offering. In addition, Pega and Google Cloud will collaborate on addressing new industry-specific use cases and joint go-to-market activities and will bring Pega Infinity applications to the Google Cloud Marketplace.

Anomalo announced support for Databricks to help customers build confidence in the data they use to make decisions and build products. Anomalo customers can now connect to their Databricks Lakehouse and start monitoring the quality of the data in any table without writing code, configuring rules, or setting thresholds.

T-Mobile and Dell Technologies are developing solutions that will make it easier for enterprise and government customers to use 5G. T-Mobile’s 5G Private Mobile Network – announced as part of 5G Advanced Network Solutions – will bring customers the power of 5G connectivity combined with Dell’s edge computing technologies at the location of their choice. This will give enterprises the superfast speeds, ultra-low latency, and control they need to use new applications that can help to increase revenue and lower costs.

Amplitude and Snowflake announced they are bringing the Product Data Cloud to customers. Traditionally, companies have had to choose between keeping their product data in out-of-the-box, vertically integrated applications (like Amplitude) that are friendly to non-technical people or building their own in-house solutions with a 360 view in a data warehouse like Snowflake. This bi-directional partnership brings the benefits of both options into one solution: a product data supercloud. In other Amplitude news, the company announced it is entering the customer data platform (CDP) market with Amplitude CDP, an insights-driven CDP.

QuestDB and MindsDB announced a technology partnership to advance machine learning (ML) predictions. Users of QuestDB will now be able to add ML-based predictions directly into their datasets. This simplifies the task of analyzing and predicting future trends, putting ML capabilities into the hands of every developer or data scientist familiar with QuestDB. Through the integrated solution, data science and data engineering teams can increase their organization’s predictive capabilities.

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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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