The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy data management news items for the week of July 7, 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.
Top Data Management News for the Week Ending July 7, 2022
IRI Adds Real-Time Database Change Data Capture to Voracity Data Management
New “IRI Ripcurrent” wizards in the IRI Workbench GUI for Voracity monitor MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL database activity logs for changes to the data or schema and trigger incremental data replication (refresh), rule-based PII masking, or notification jobs. IRI has published a series of related articles in its blog which cover these topics with detailed examples.
IBM Acquires Data Observability Firm Databand.ai
The news further strengthens IBM’s software portfolio across data, AI, and automation to address the full spectrum of observability and helps businesses ensure that trustworthy data is being put into the right hands of the right users at the right time. The acquisition of Databand.ai builds on IBM’s research and development investments as well as strategic acquisitions in AI and automation.
SingleStore Partners with Intel on Real-Time Data Technology
The effort with Intel is the latest that SingleStore has recently forged with other industry-leading technology companies. Earlier this year, SingleStore partnered with IBM and SAS to deliver accelerated insights for data-intensive applications and reduce TCO. SingleStore customers will benefit by realizing enhanced database performance and hardware-enhanced security to address real-time data challenges.
SoftwareReviews Releases 2022 Product Information Management Data Quadrant
The top product information management software providers for 2022 have been identified based on verified survey data collected from 277 end-user reviews. These providers have received high scores on SoftwareReviews’ Data Quadrant. Providers are ranked by a composite satisfaction score, called a Composite Score (CS), that averages four different areas of evaluation: Net Emotional Footprint, Vendor Capabilities, Product Features, and Likeliness to Recommend.
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