Hortonworks released Hortonworks Data Platform 1.3 for Windows. HDP 1.3 for Windows is an Apache Hadoop-based distributed for Windows Server 2008 RS and Windows Server 2012; new functionality includes HBase 0.94.6.1, Flume 1.3.1, ZooKeeper 3.4.5 and Mahout 0.7.0. 

HP Autonomy unveiled Autonomy LiveVault 7.7, the latest version of its hybrid cloud backup and recovery solution. Featuring integrated VMware support, the solution features changed block tracking, a local on-premises cache (TurboRestore Appliance) and the same common code base for virtualized environments for on-premise and cloud environments.

nPulse Technologies unveiled its Capture Probe eXtreme flow and packet capture appliance. CPX 4.0 for 10Gbps networks features packet-level indexing, session-level decoding and enhanced search capabilities. 

Oracle launched Oracle Product Lifecycle Management Mobile for Agile. Built on Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile, the mobile application enables users to securely review, respond and react to the Oracle PLM Product Management Workflow, as well as input audit findings and issues on-site, and initiate non-conformance reports and supplier corrective action requests.

Ravello Systems unveiled its namesake SaaS. The cloud application hypervisor offering enables users to use any leading public cloud to develop and test their existing on-premise applications and features high-performance nested virtualization, software defined networking and storage, and an application framework.

SanDisk released the SanDisk X210 SSD, its latest solid state drive device. SanDisk X210 SSD provides 512GB of storage, offers up to 505MB/second sequential read and up to 470MB/second sequential write speeds and is built on SanDisk’s 19nm manufacturing process technology.

Skyhigh Networks unveiled Skyhigh Secure, its cloud security offering. The solution includes contextual access control, application auditing, encryption,  data loss prevention and cloud-to-cloud access control.

Violin Memory unveiled the 6264 flash Memory Array. The storage device includes Toshiba’s 19nm flash technology and provides 64TB of capacity in a 3U footprint.