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Unlike traditional enterprise messaging software, Kafka is able to handle all the data flowing through a company, and do it in near real time. This is desperately needed as data volumes skyrocket.
Revenue wasn't the problem at $38 billion; analysts were expecting $37.2 billion. But profits were down a whopping 78 percent over the previous year.
The deal brings together two relatively young companies that, to an extent, had been competitors in the MSP and mid-range markets. Their main products, however, do complement each other.
Cray will add the ClusterStor product line to its DataWarp and Sonexion storage products and will supply additional development.
Open source-based data analytics application sets business analysts, data scientists and line-of-business professionals free to do their own querying in natural language.
Looking beyond Office files, Microsoft expands the reach of the Version History feature in OneDrive to include PDF, images and practically all other types of files.
Oracle’s purpose is pretty clear: Take advantage of the cloud and all its shortcuts, yet keep your company’s data locked up right at home where it belongs. But hardware investments are also in the mix.
Big Blue said this newest mainframe is its most significant system overhaul in 15 years. It was designed with input from 150 clients who cited data breaches and encryption as their biggest challenge and concern.
Another way to look at it is that enterprise developers can make their applications look, feel and act like Box, if they choose.
IntelliFlash HD is designed to provide in a single NAND flash platform up to 12.5 million IOPS and 500PB of usable capacity in a single rack.
Nutanix also announced new partnerships with Google and oil and gas searcher Schlumberger. Google Cloud will become a key user of Nutanix Calm, the new operating system.
Datical DMC provides teams with visibility into the outcomes of all database deployments, detailing the scope of changes applied and identifying causes of failures, a process that can typically take days or weeks to complete.