Data Management News for the Week of November 18; Updates from Alluxio, Monte Carlo, Talend & More – Solutions Review

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The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy data management news items for the week of November 18, 2022.
Keeping tabs on all the most relevant big data and data management news can be a time-consuming task. As a result, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the last week, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate vendor product news, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other noteworthy big data and data management news items.
This new release strengthens its position as the key layer between compute engines and storage systems by delivering support for a scale-out, multi-tenant architecture with a new cross-environment synchronization feature, enhanced manageability with significant improvement in the tooling and guidelines for deploying Alluxio on Kubernetes, and improved security and performance with a strengthened S3 API and POSIX API.
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Now in its 28th year, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 honors the most innovative, fastest-growing public and private companies from all over North America. The awards program was created to recognize the passion and dedication it takes to be an industry disrupter across the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech, and energy tech sectors.
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As a result, the Dynatrace platform can instantly capture business data from first and third-party applications at a massive scale without requiring engineering resources or code changes. It prioritizes business data separately from observability data and stores, processes, and analyzes this data while retaining the context of the complex cloud environments where it originated.
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The workload driving the largest share of enterprise IT infrastructure spending in the first half of 2022 (1H22) was Structured Databases/Data Management, according to the International Data Corporation Worldwide Semiannual Enterprise Infrastructure Tracker: Workloads.
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“Data quality touches every aspect of business, making it one of the most successful areas to shave dollars off the cost of customer outreach,” said Greg Brown of Melissa. According to the vendor, by using address verification to remove bad addresses, the sender can save as much as $23,000 on postage and material costs.
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Monte Carlo’s latest integration with Power BI will help data engineering and analytics teams on the powerful visualization tool better understand the business impact when data incidents and anomalies occur, triage and prioritize data incidents based on the impact, and properly plan schema changes or cloud migrations to ensure business continuity for their Power BI users.
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With OkeraEnsemble, analysts/engineers and business/low-code data users have swift access to tabular and file-based data at massive scale using a single coherent collaborative platform. OkeraEnsemble protects sensitive data and ensures privacy by managing data access without having to use different tools for both files and tables.
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Developed at PlanetScale in less than six months, PlanetScale Boost adds to the competitive advantage that customers have when they build on top of PlanetScale, eliminating weeks of infrastructure and custom application work.
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The report not only examines the impact of audience demographics and characteristics on data quality, but also provides a review of data surrounding the quality of responses based on the device used to complete surveys. Included are the quality measurement techniques and algorithms used, based on years of DM2’s research on the subject, plus specific best practices for avoiding data quality pitfalls surrounding respondent groups
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Insight Jam BadgeInsight Jam BadgeLast week, Solutions Review revealed Philip Russom, Mark Diamond, Robert Eve, Susan Walsh – The Classification Guru, Tom Redman “the Data Doc”, and David Loshin as Executive Roundtable moderators and panelists. This year Solutions Review is doubling down on its popular expert panel segments to meet the demand for what its editors do best; bring industry experts together to publish the web’s leading content for enterprise technologists.
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With this product release, IT administrators, security and compliance professionals, and business users can quickly gain a fuller scope of management and governance capabilities in their Microsoft 365 without the need to implement it in their private Azure environment.
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Built on Talend Data Fabric and Snowflake’s Data Cloud, Passerelle’s Data Rocket provides a scalable architecture that delivers governed data ingestion, trusted stewardship, cloud-based storage, and on-demand visual analytics based on the foundation of healthy data. New Data Rocket vertical solutions will be tailored for key vertical markets, beginning with financial services.
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Available on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Microsoft Azure, TigerGraph Cloud now equips users with a comprehensive, streamlined approach to deploy and maintain multiple graph database solutions with visual analytics and machine learning tools. ​​
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