CollabNet rolled out the next generation of its SCM software. CollabNet Subversion Edge 2.1 includes a redesigned working copy library, incorporation of CollabNet’s soon-to-be-released Apache Subversion 1.7 code, and functionality for scheduled backups and enhanced repository upgrades and migrations.

Compuware Corporation unveiled its new load testing solution. Compuware Gomez 360 Web Load Testing includes features for identifying and isolating user performance issues and combining cloud-based loads with location-based realistic loads from Gomez’s networks, and is built on solutions from Gomez and its recent acquisition, dynaTrace.

EMC introduced EMC Greenplum Modular Data Computing Appliance. The big data analytics platform combines a shared-nothing MPP relational database with Apache Hadoop in a unified appliance, and features modules for storage and performance flexibility, and integration of BI applications and ELT tools.

IBM launched two new solutions for real-time responses to customer preferences. Commerce-as-a-Service is a cloud-based offering that automatically bundles some offers, connects Web store fronts to mobile and social devices, connects and automates supplier actions, and uses a virtualization model to move files across channels. Social Media Marketing brings natural language processing to consumer chatter across social media, and enables customers to received tailored, one-to-one marketing offers automatically and in real-time.

Kingland Systems made available the latest generation of its MDM platform, Enterprise Hub 4.1. New to the platform are enhanced workflow capabilities and searching, expanded data lineage support, and a new services functionality that expands options for SOA and other integration.

Oracle announced the release its Oracle Database Appliance. New or enhanced feature to the database appliance include proactive system monitoring, one-button provisioning, full-stack integrated patching, automatic phone contact on hardware failures, and pay-as-you-go software licensing.

Pacnet released its infrastructure as a service solution, Pacnet Virtual Private Server. Built from high-resiliency virtual servers and Pacnet’s IP VPN network, the new IaaS solution enables customers to choose from four configurations to match their data requirements, as well as optional backup services and an OS through Microsoft or Red Hat.

VMware made available VMware Workstation 8, for building, sharing and uploading virtual machines to the vendor’s cloud infrastructure platform. New features in VMware Workstation 8 include: remote connections for links to hosts running VMware solutions; sharing of virtual machines; desktop drag-and-drop; and a revamped user interface and library.

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