HP released their open standards-based software-defined network technology that spans infrastructure, control software and application layers with a single control plane. The infrastructure layer delivers open programmable access through OpenFlow; the control-software layer offers a centralized view of the network; and the application layer delivers open programmable interfaces to automate applications across the network.
Melissa Data launched integrated data quality tools for Oracle. These solutions offer a method to validate and manage contact data assets. Working natively with Oracle Forms, JAVA, PL/SQL and PeopleSoft forms, these 32- and 64-bit data quality tools are offered as enterprise platforms or API toolkits.
Mushroom Networks announced the launch of Truffle Server, a bonding solution that connects to other Truffle devices. The solution offers application continuity, shielding applications from ISP outages, and can connections via DSL, cable, fiber, wireless or satellite Ethernet.
Objectivity released InfiniteGraph 3.0, its NoSQL distributed graph database for big data analytics. Features include predefined policies for controlling behavioral aspects of navigation, flexible placement algorithms, and infinitely scalable RAM and disk drives.
Oracle unveils Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine, the fourth generation of its Exadata database machines. A combination of scale-out servers and storage, PCI flash and smart memory caching, this release automatically moves active data to Flash and RAM drives, where hundreds of terabytes of compressed user data can be stored. This release features four times the Flash memory capacity of the previous generation and 40 percent faster response times.
Oracle releases the Oracle Network Applications Platform, an industry-specific engineered system for managing the network workload for development and deployment of communications services and applications. This solution features support for seven 9s service availability and enterprise grade clustering, and combines a host of Oracle technology, including their VM and Enterprise Manager. (For more on this and other releases from Oracle OpenWorld, click here.)
Precise announced Precise 9.5, an APM system for risk reduction and end-user experience. The solution discovers and maps relationship between virtual machines and their physical host in real time, offers automated storage tiering technology and mobile platform management.
Rosslyn Analytics released RAPid Spend Analysis, its data extraction and analytical app for SAP customers. This app automatically extracts and refreshes data and offers personalized analysis though dashboards and reports, without the need to write scripts or schedule the transfer of data.
Sangolic released Melio Latency Targeted Allocator, a storage management and performance module for its Melio data management platform. The solution enables performance, scale-out and application high availability in mixed hard disk drive, flash memory and solid state disk deployment. Features include software RAID stack, rapid resource provisioning, snapshots and disaster recovery.
Unitrends unveiled Recovery-943, a high-density, tiered backup appliance. Supporting a backup size up to 50 terabytes, this appliance offers instant recovery using failover virtualization, cloud-based disaster recovery and combines inline compression with post-processing data deduplication.
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