The Data Day, A few days: October 3-16, 2015

Dell acquiring EMC. And more

And that’s the data day, today.

The Data Day, A few days: September 12-25, 2015

Data Management of Things. And more.

And that’s the data day, today.

Forthcoming webinar: NoSQL Technology and Real-time, Accurate Predictive Analytics

On August 29 at 10:00 am PT I’ll be taking part in a webinar in association with Objectivity entitled “Big Data: NoSQL Technology and Real-time, Accurate Predictive Analytics”.

The webinar will provide an overview of NoSQL database technology and, in particular, the role that graph databases have in the expanding analytics market.

I’ll be joined by Leon Guzenda, Founder, Objectivity, who will provide a brief overview of Objectivity, Inc and its products Objectivity/DB and InfiniteGraph, as well as J.C. Smart, Director Global Insight Laboratory, Georgetown University, who will explain how Georgetown University is taking advantage of Objectivity’s products to develop one of the most interconnected databases today – examining information from all types of sources worldwide in real-time.

For full details, and to register, click here.

The Data Day, Two days: February 5/6 2013

Oracle launches MySQL 5.6. IBM expands PureData line. And more

And that’s the data day, today.

The Data Day, Today: October 2 2012

Informatica buys Heiler. Objectivity updates graph database. And more.

And that’s the Data Day, today.

The Data Day, Today: Apr 11 2012

IBM launches Galileo database update. SAP outlines database roadmap. And more.

An occasional series of data-related news, views and links posts on Too Much Information. You can also follow the series @thedataday.

* Made in IBM Labs: New IBM Software Accelerates Decision Making in the Era of Big Data IBM launches DB2 10 and InfoSphere Warehouse 10.

* SAP Unveils Unified Strategy for Real-Time Data Management to Grow Database Market Leadership

* SAP Unveils Strategy to Gain Predictive Insights From Big Data

* TIBCO Delivers Breakthrough Software to Analyze Big Data in Motion

* TIBCO Announces Intent to Acquire LogLogic

* TIBCO Spotfire and Attivio Partner to Deliver New Levels of Integration and Discovery for Data and Content

* Mortar Data, Hadoop for the Rest of Us, Gets Seed Funding

* The coming in-memory database tipping point. Microsoft’s perspective on in-memory databases.

* Jaspersoft Extends Partnership with Talend to Deliver Big Data Integration

* Oracle to Hold MySQL Connect Conference in San Francisco September 29 and 30, 2012

* Percona XtraDB Cluster Open Source Software Provides a New Approach to High Availability MySQL

* Tokutek Brings Replication Performance to MySQL and MariaDB

* Continuent Announces Tungsten Enterprise 1.5 for Multi-Master, Multi-Region MySQL Data Services in the Amazon EC2

* SkySQL, hastexo Form Highly Available Partnership

* MySQL at Twitter Twitter releases its MySQL modifications under BSD license.

* Percona Bundles New Relic to Provide Gold and Platinum Support Customers with Comprehensive Application Visibility

* Percona Toolkit 2.1 for MySQL Enables Schema Changes without Scheduling Downtime

* Percona XtraBackup 2.0 for MySQL and Percona Server Provides Increased Performance

* Delphix Expands Agile Data Platform to Support Oracle Exadata

* Red Hat and 10gen Create Compelling Open Source Data Platform

* Announcing Pre-Production MongoDB Subscription from 10gen

* VoltDB Announces Version 2.5

* Red Hat Storage 2.0 Beta: Partners Test Big Data, Hadoop Support

* Sungard wants to sell you Hadoop as a service

* Actian and Lenovo Team to Optimize Big Data and Business Intelligence with New Appliance

* Objectivity Expands European Management Team With Former Sones Founder Mauricio Matthesius

* expressor Expands Data Integration Platform Into Big Data

* The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache Sqoop as a Top-Level Project

* LucidDB has left Eigenbase moved to Apache License

* For 451 Research clients

# IBM looks to the stars with Galileo relational database update Impact Report

# Indicee eyes fresh VC as it establishes beachhead for cloud BI service using OEM sales Impact Report

# Percona launches XtraDB Cluster for MySQL database high availability Impact Report

# Tokutek targets replication performance with database update Impact Report

# ‘Big data’ in the datacenter: Vigilent secures $6.7m funding round Impact Report

And that’s the Data Day, today.

The Data Day, Today: Feb 29 2012

Microsoft and Hortonworks expand Hadoop partnership. Oracle ships Exalytics. And more.

An occasional series of data-related news, views and links posts on Too Much Information. You can also follow the series @thedataday.

* Hortonworks to Bring Apache Hadoop to Millions of New Users Hortonworks and Microsoft expanded their relationship around Apache Hadoop.

See also:
# Big Data for Everyone: Using Microsoft’s Familiar BI Tools with Hadoop
# Microsoft’s Hadoop roadmap reveals new big data deliverables
# Karmasphere Expands Big Data Analytics on Hadoop in the Enterprise
# Datameer to Bring Hadoop Analytics to Windows Azure
# HStreaming Brings Real-Time Analytics to Microsoft’s Hadoop-based Services for Windows Server and Windows Azure

* Oracle Announces Availability of Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine

* Fujitsu Releases “Interstage Big Data Parallel Processing Server V1.0” to Help Enterprises Utilize Big Data

* Pentaho and DataStax announce strategic partnership delivering the first complete Apache Cassandra-based big data analytics solution to the market

* Cloudant Names Andy Palmer to its Board of Directors

* R integrated throughout the enterprise analytics stack

* Jaspersoft Announces Big Data Index to Track Demand for Big Data Analytics

* 1010data Enables Companies to Rapidly Model and Predict Individual Consumer Behavior and Social Network Relationships

* Tableau Software Teams with Attivio to Tap Unstructured Content and Deliver Deeper Insight to Business Users

* Infochimps and the Future of Data Marketplaces “This is the clearest indication yet that data marketplaces may be the latest ‘Application Service Provider’ cycle, as in right idea, wrong time.”

* HStreaming and RainStor Partner to Lower the Cost of Big-Data Analytics on Hadoop

* JustOne Database Sets the Stage for Accelerated Growth in 2012 and Beyond

* Big Data investment map

* A group of Google Engineers released “vitess” – a project to help scale MySQL databases.

* For 451 Research clients

# Reassessing the M&A potential of NoSQL and NewSQL Sector IQ report

# Sears Holdings creates Hadoop managed service provider MetaScale Impact Report

# Datawatch turns the corner with focus on report analytics suite Impact Report

# arcplan details growth plan, as it expands into front end for SAP HANA and social BI Impact Report

# Objectivity adds reusable queries to InfiniteGraph NoSQL database Market Development Report

# Host Analytics illuminates cloud performance management growth strategy and roadmap Market Development Report

And that’s the Data Day, today.

The Data Day, Today: Jan 10 2012

Oracle OEMs Cloudera. The future of Apache CouchDB. And more.

An occasional series of data-related news, views and links posts on Too Much Information. You can also follow the series @thedataday.

* Oracle announced the general availability of Big Data Appliance, and an OEM agreement with Cloudera for CDH and Cloudera Manager.

* The Future of Apache CouchDB Cloudant confirms intention to integrate the core capabilities of BigCouch into Apache CouchDB.

* Reinforcing Couchbase’s Commitment to Open Source and CouchDB Couchbase CEO Bob Wiederhold attempts to clear up any confusion.

* Hortonworks Appoints Shaun Connolly to Vice President of Corporate Strategy Former vice president of product strategy at VMware.

* Splunk even more data with 4.3 Introducing the latest Splunk release.

* Announcement of Percona XtraDB Cluster (alpha release) Based on Galera.

* Bringing Value of Big Data to Business: SAP’s Integrated Strategy Forbes interview with with Sanjay Poonen, President and corporate officer of SAP Global Solutions.

* New Release of Oracle Database Firewall Extends Support to MySQL and Enhances Reporting Capabilities Self-explanatory.

* Big data and the disruption curve “Many efforts are being funded by business units and not the IT department and money is increasingly being diverted from large enterprise vendors.”

* Get your SQL Server database ready for SQL Azure Microsoft “codename” SQL Azure Compatibility Assessment.

* An update on Apache Hadoop 1.0 Cloudera’s Charles Zedlewski helpfully explains Apache Hadoop branch numbering.

* Xeround and the CAP Theorem So where does Xeround fit in the CAP Theorem?

* Can Yahoo’s new CEO Thompson harness big data, analytics? Larry Dignan thinks Scott Thompson might just be the right guy for the job.

* US Companies Face Big Hurdles in ‘Big Data’ Use “21% of respondents were unsure how to best define Big Data”

* Schedule Your Agenda for 2012 NoSQL Events Alex Popescu updates his list of the year’s key NoSQL events.

* DataStax take Apache Cassandra Mainstream in 2011; Poised for Growth and Innovation in 2012 The usual momentum round-up from DataStax.

* Objectivity claimed significant growth in adoption of its graph database, InfiniteGraph and flagship object database, Objectivity/DB.

* Cloudera Connector for Teradata 1.0.0 Self-explanatory.

* For 451 Research clients

# SAS delivers in-memory analytics for Teradata and Greenplum Market Development report

# With $84m in funding, Opera sets out predictive-analytics plans Market Development report

* Google News Search outlier of the day: First Dagger Fencing Competition in the World Scheduled for January 14, 2012

And that’s the Data Day, today.