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New Product News – April 5, 2013

Compuware released Compuware APM Mobile Application Monitoring Service, which combines crash, performance and business analytics for native mobile applications. This SaaS solution monitors and tracks application performance and availability, business level information and crashes. Organizations can also view the number of users and their application sessions across multiple devices, networks and geographies.

Dell released Dell Precision Performance Optimizer, which automatically optimizes the performance of Dell Workstation applications, such as Autodesk Maya, PTC Creo and Dassault SolidWorks. The solution automatically adjusts system configurations (such as CPU, memory and storage), enables manual or automatic system maintenance, and runs systems analytics (e.g., memory availability, processor utilization).

HP unveiled HP Enterprise Cloud Services – Mobility, its cloud-based mobile management solution. The release enables secure file storage, sharing, synchronization and application access, with local and scalable cloud storage options. 

IBM unveiled two additions to its big data offerings. Aimed at improving analytical performance and speed, BLU Acceleration enables users to load data into RAM instead of hard disks, offering in-memory performance regardless of the data set size. The platform features “data skipping,” which skips over duplicate data and analyzes data in parallel across different processors, and “actionable compression,” enabling data to be analyzed without decompression. IBM PureData System for Hadoop, a big data appliance, integrates IBM Infosphere BigInsights' Apache Hadoop-based software, server, and storage with additional analytic capabilities.

Interneer unveiled Interneer Intellect 7, the latest version of its BPM software platform. Upgrades include PDF integration; support for Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Chrome; and password policy management and security.

MuleSoft released its Anypoint Platform, an integration solution which connects SaaS, mobile and on-premise systems. The release includes Mule Enterprise Service Bus, CloudHub Integration Platform as a Service, APIkit (an open source API design toolkit), Anypoint Service Registry (a cloud-based service registry), and APIHub (its public repository for APIs).

Nebula unveiled Nebula One, its private cloud system scalable from 96TB to 2400TB of storage. The integrated solution includes Nebula Cloud Nodes, its x86 servers; Nebula Cloud Controller, an appliance which integrates up to 20 servers; and Nebula Cosmos, its OS which provides API compatibility with OpenStack and Amazon EC2/S3 cloud platforms. 

Oracle released Oracle Communications Converged Application Server 5.1, its standards-based development and deployment platform. Updates include Java support, Oracle Virtual Machine integration and a pre-configured load balancer which preserves SIP and HTTP message consistency across clustered servers. 

Progress Software unveiled Progress DataDirect Connect XE for ODBC 7.1. The driver now supports HiveServer2, Cloudera DH 4.1 Hadoop distributions, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3 and PostgreSQL 9.1.

SingleHop launched its VMware Enterprise Private Cloud. Powered by the VMware vSphere Enterprise Plus platform, the solution features rule-based auto-scaling, redundant SAN-based cloud storage and live migrations between virtual machines and cloud servers. 

Trillium released its Comprehensive Capital Analysis Review solution for U.S. bank holding companies. The release enables bank holding companies to expedite the monthly CCAR reports now required by the Federal Reserve, without increasing risk and resource usage. The solution standardizes report data, automatically identifies and remediates errors and omissions, and includes dashboards to oversee organization-wide compliance. 

VMWare launched Serengeti 0.8.0, the latest version of its managed Hadoop platform. Updates include support for Cloudera CDH4 Distro and MapR M5; provisioning of HBase clusters; as well as randomly generated passwords for each Serengeti-generated node. 

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