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AIOps Becomes a Must-Have Tool In Age of COVID-19

AIOps Becomes a Must-Have Tool In Age of COVID-19

“Is it Monday or Saturday?” You can be excused for forgetting which day of the week it is. Read more…

KgBase Aims to Close the Knowledge Gap

KgBase Aims to Close the Knowledge Gap

Organizations are discovering the power of knowledge graphs to extract useful information from unstructured data. But full-fledged graph databases can require specialized skills to interact with, while online spreadsheets can leave the user wanting more. Read more…

For Data Lovers, COVID-19 Is the Best, Worst of Times

For Data Lovers, COVID-19 Is the Best, Worst of Times

COVID-19 has generated its share of data. Never before have we been witness to a global pandemic with such an arsenal of data collection and analytics tools at our disposal. Read more…

5G is Driving the Acceleration of Customer Expectations

5G is Driving the Acceleration of Customer Expectations

Fifth-generation wireless technology, more commonly known as 5G, promises download speeds of up to 100 times faster than 4G, all with dramatically lower latency. Read more…

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Supply Chain and Logistics Considerations During and After COVID-19

The inability to congregate in groups, along with factories being shut down, retail stores being closed, increased demands for certain items, and business models shifting and changing, are creating profound impacts on supply chains everywhere…

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Cloudian Bolsters Object Store with Monitoring and Analytics

Cloudian today rolled out a new offering called HyperIQ that it says will give customers a much deeper and wider view of their growing HyperStore object storage systems, without burdening them with another complex piece of technology. Read more…

New Map Shows Hundreds of Counties in the COVID-19 Endgame — and Thousands on the Uptick

As more and more states around the country begin to loosen the lockdowns that have kept most Americans inside for upwards of two months, people are waiting with bated breath for the dreaded second peak that some researchers say is looming on the horizon. Read more…

Storage and Networking Bytes: Elasticsearch Logging Goes Kubernetes

LogDNA, which offers an ultra-scalable distribution of the open source Elasticserach log management system that is based on Kubernetes, this month unveiled version 2 of its LogDNA Agent.

According to product manager Andrew Konoff, the new V2 agent was built to handle file logging “in even the most intensive Kubernetes deployments.” The company chose to develop the new agent in the low-level language Rust, which it says makes it “far more reliable” than the V1 agent. Read more…

Reproducibility in Data Analytics Under Fire in Stanford Report

Armed with the same data and told to test the same hypotheses, dozens of independent researchers instead came to widely different conclusions using a variety of analytics techniques, according to a new report from Stanford University that pushes the reproducibility crises in science into a new realm. Read more…

Contact Tracing COVID-19 Throws a Curveball to GDPR, Data Rights

Monday marked Memorial Day in the United States, while in Europe, it marked the second anniversary of GDPR going into effect, a monumental occasion to be sure. But what does the future of the data privacy law look like in light of current events, including governments’ use of contact tracing applications to fight COVID-19? Read more…

Spending Surge Predicted for Factory Data Management

As big data goes, the industrial sector is among the largest producers, with sensors collecting data along assembly lines on everything from the status of manufacturing equipment to product inspection cameras.

Industrial Internet of Things deployments are therefore expected to boost manufacturers’ already hefty investments in data management and analytics tools as producers seek to up their game from merely collecting to organizing and gleaning insights from industrial data. Read more…

COVID-19 Roundup: Esri, Gravy, Womply & More

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the globe, big data and AI have emerged as crucial tools for everything from diagnosis and epidemiology to therapeutic and vaccine development. Here, we collect the latest news in how big data is fighting back against COVID-19. Read more…

EU Analytics Effort Goes ‘Extreme Scale’

A European Union analytics initiative seeks to forge a new software architecture for what developers dub “extreme-scale” data analytics that would be applied to autonomous transportation and “smart mobility” systems.

As the name suggests, the EU’s ELASTIC (Extreme-ScaLe Big-Data AnalyticS in Fog CompuTIng ECosystems) initiative seeks to develop an agile software architecture in which computing is dynamically distributed to real-time analytics. Read more…

Demystifying DataOps: What We Need to Know to Leverage It

The term “DataOps” has picked up momentum and is quickly becoming the new buzz word. But we want it to be more than just a buzz word for your company, after reading this article you will have the knowledge to leverage the best of DataOps for your organization. Read more…

Understanding Your Options for Multi- and Hybrid-Cloud Data Management

If your company is like most, it has multi-cloud or hybrid cloud aspirations. But how do you manage all your data in a secure and cohesive manner when it’s spread across multiple systems and locations? Read more…

Visualization Startup Brytlyt Combines AI, GPUs, PostgresSQL

The world may seem like it has slowed down in the midst of a pandemic, but technologies like real-time data analytics keep accelerating as one startup after another comes up with new ways to crunch numbers and leverage the results. Read more…

Precisely CEO Discusses the Rebrand from Syncsort

Syncsort last week changed its name to Precisely, a move that CEO Josh Rogers says was all about showcasing how the company has pivoted its strategy to an emerging category of tools centered on data integrity. Read more…

Cloud Misconfigurations Spur DB ‘Repatriation’

Cloud database misconfigurations are among the fastest growing sources of data breaches over the last five years, according to an annual survey of data breaches.

Those security concerns are among the reasons more enterprise databases are being moved off public clouds, market analysts note. Read more…


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