Apollo Enterprise Solutions, Ltd. (AES), a provider of big data solutions utilizing Agent Emulation technologies, has expanded its suite of products with TRUEInsight that delivers big data warehousing and analytics for credit cards, secured and unsecured loans, and bank account overdrafts.

CA Technologies announced a new version of CA Workload Automation iDash to help customers predict and prevent potential problems across mainframe, distributed and cloud environments and reduce IT downtime. New predictive analytics are designed to give IT departments the intelligence needed for optimum management and control of workload priorities in the dynamic data center.

Datameer, a Hadoop big data analytics pioneer, introduced Datameer 4.0 and an end-to-end big data analytics workflow that allows for visual insights at every step of analysis. With Datameer’s new “flip side” view to its spreadsheet interface, users get instant visual feedback at any point in the big data analytics process.

Good Technology, a provider of secure mobility, introduced new capabilities in the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform, enabling developers to more easily mobilize legacy app functions and simplify provisioning of multiple Good-secured apps. These patent-pending features, server-based services and easy activation from the Good Dynamics Platform, help developers deliver apps with a great user experience, driving enterprise app adoption and increasing ROI without requiring businesses to compromise on compliance or security.

Google made a number of announcements, including the introduction of the next set of improvements to Cloud Platform: lower and simpler pricing, cloud-based DevOps tooling, Managed Virtual Machines for App Engine, and real-time big data analytics with Google BigQuery, and more.

Infor, a provider of business application software, announced Infor CloudSuite, which the company states is the first group of industry-specific application suites available on Amazon Web Services' cloud. Infor CloudSuite provides software with deep industry functionality and a subscription-based delivery model that reduces upfront IT expenditure.

SAS announced news of several new or enhanced products, including visual programming for data scientists, big data visualization, in-memory analytics, a customer intelligence suite and expanded, no-cost analytics packages for academics. The news included introduction of SAS Visual Statistics, upgrades SAS Visual Analytics and shipping of SAS In-Memory Statistics for Hadoop.

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