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Comments (5)
There is no shortage reaction at the MySQL conference to the acquisition of Sun. Open source purists were incensed
Posted by dessy j | Thursday, May 05 2011 at 3:41AM ET
I think the big giants in information storage like Google understand the fact that the huge amount of data begins to be out of control and that their data management becomes obsolete. In fact Google made a move into the information classification and management (ICM) space combining its search offerings with Kazeon's ICM technology.For those who don't know ICM is a file-level data classification and technology that could make information lifecycle management (ILM) on the file level a reality. Kazeon will integrate its storage indexing and classification product the Information Server IS1200 with Google's search technology: http://www.financialcrisisforum.org The result will be an integrated search solution that stretches from Web-enabled knowledge repositories to the broad storage infrastructure including file systems archives and disk-to-disk backups. Hard to predict the future of data management...Information could assault us and transform our lives into chaos.
Posted by Patricia S | Sunday, June 05 2011 at 6:31AM ET
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