Autonomy, an HP company, launched its information governance solution, which combines HP TRIM 7.3 and Autonomy ControlPoint 3.0. The solution allows organizations to automatically apply policy to both structured and unstructured data, regardless of format or location within an organization; includes security, storage and retention resetting for each information asset; and allows for expanded access to third-party systems to break down silos and manage-in-place without data relocation.
Dell released the latest version of Dell KACE, its management application for endpoint security and regulatory compliance. Dell KACE K1000 Management Application 5.4 supports multiple OS, including Windows 8, Mac OS X Mountain Lion and Red Hat and also features machine inventory APIs, on-demand patch downloads and automated agent updates.
Hitachi Data Systems released Hitachi Unified Storage VM, its unified platform with virtualization for all data types. Features include up to 64PB of external virtualized capacity, multivendor storage support and compatibility with VMware, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange and more.
Infobright unveiled Infopliance, its database appliance for analyzing machine-generated data. The Infopliance system scales from 12 to 144 terabytes of data in a single appliance node, features automatic failover and offers query processing without the need for indexing, partitioning or manual tuning.
NASDAQ OMX announced the launch of FinQloud, its cloud computing platform powered by Amazon Web Services. FinQloud is a platform for financial services applications that manage and store financial data and is offered in two versions, Regulatory Records Retention, that allows broker-dealers meet SEC record retention obligations, and Self Service Reporting, that enables broker-dealers to perform analysis and report on stored trade data.
OpTier released OpTier Big Data, its big data analytics solution. The release enables real-time analysis of data that are already in context, tracks every interaction from the end-user, through the data center and stores big data in a Cassandra database.
Quantcast unveiled Quantcast File System, its open source file system. Features include coordinated restarts and fixed-footprint memory management.
STORServer unveiled seven new and updated releases of its appliances: entry-level backup appliances BA 601, with 1.5 terabytes of storage, and BA 701, which 4 terabytes of storage, which both allow for one base disk shelf and expansion shelves along with one optional tape library; four enterprise backup appliances that utilize M4 IBM servers, suitable for small businesses to large enterprises; and its instant restore appliance, IR501, which offers 11 terabytes of data storage and connectivity for one base disk array and expansion shelf.
Terracotta introduced BigMemory Go, its solution for real-time big data access. The solution includes an in-memory store, API search and Management Console, its Web-based dashboard for management, administration and monitoring of BigMemory Go deployments.
TIBCO Software released TIBO Spotfire5.0, the latest version of its data discovery and analytics platform. This version includes a re-architectured in-memory engine built to visualize and interact with massive amount of data, TIBCO Enterprise Runtine, its predicative analytics solutions, as well as TIBCO SilverFabric, which provides interactive dashboards to scale up and down as needed.
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