Data management news for the week of September 16; Updates from Kensu, Oracle, Syniti and more


The editors of Solutions Review have curated this list of the most notable data management news stories for the week of September 16, 2022.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant big data and data management news can be a daunting task. Accordingly, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the past week, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate news on vendor products, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other notable big data and data management news stories.

Top data management news for the week ending September 16, 2022

ActionIQ Unveils HybridCompute Feature; Partners with Databricks, Snowflake and Teradata

HybridCompute allows companies to decide where to create their source of truth for customer data. This new architecture provides improved data security and governance by allowing full control over where customer data is stored and processed. ActionIQ supports an agnostic approach to data storage and processing through its partnerships with Databricks, Snowflake, and Teradata.

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Aiven Releases ClickHouse Cloud Data Warehouse Beta

Marking Aiven’s entry into the cloud data warehousing market, this addition allows Aiven’s customers to use its open-source columnar database to access high-performance analytics. Based on open-source ClickHouse, Aiven for ClickHouse Beta is a fully managed cloud data warehouse that brings high-performance analytics to Aiven and enables real-time analytical data reporting using advanced SQL queries.

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Dataddo Launches Free Data Integration with No Mining Limits

The free plan aims to help businesses overcome these hurdles by making it easier for them to share data and familiarize employees with visualization tools before investing in paid tools. In large enterprises, the plan can also be used to test the validity of any data model on a small scale before fully deploying it in a data warehouse. Dataddo was founded in 2016.

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DBTA Releases Big Data 2022: Businesses Drive Data Innovation

The annual Big Data 50 is a list of companies driving innovation and expanding what’s possible in terms of collecting, storing and extracting value from data. The list is extensive, with some companies that are long-time industry leaders who continue to innovate at a rapid pace, and others that are newcomers to the management and analytics scene. Datas.

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Kensu Drops Community Edition of its popular data observability platform

The Kensu Community Edition provides data engineers, data teams, and Kensu partners with the first publicly available tool in this category so they can quickly build and use Kensu’s agent-based approach to delivering real-time contextual data observations with unlimited free time. development environment. Community members have access to learning resources as well as discussion channels to collaborate with other data practitioners within the community.

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Oracle’s MySQL HeatWave is now available on AWS

MySQL HeatWave is available in multiple clouds today, including OCI, AWS, and Microsoft Azure in the near future. It is available on-premises as part of Oracle Dedicated Region [email protected] for organizations that cannot move their database workloads to the public cloud. Customers can also replicate data from their on-premises MySQL OLTP applications to MySQL HeatWave on AWS or OCI for near real-time analytics.

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Snowflake partners with Salesforce for real-time data sharing

Snowflake and Salesforce announced a new copyless data sharing partnership that aims to enable customers to do more with their data. This deepening of the partnership between the two companies will help customers securely collaborate with real-time data between Salesforce Customer Data Platform (CDP) and Snowflake.

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Syniti Announces New Data Quality and Data Catalog Features

The Syniti Knowledge Platform now includes data quality, catalog, mapping, replication, migration and governance, all available under a single connection, in a single cloud solution. Each enhanced component of the Syniti Knowledge Platform includes significant new features, updates and enhancements, all of which are amplified by their integration.

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