With a hybrid approach to big data storage, companies can combine the high performance and speed capabilities of in-memory while solving the storage issues by putting the vast historical data sets on disk. By bridging available technologies, companies can deliver on all counts – including cost.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today that Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China, Ltd. (Ping An), the largest private insurer in the country, has implemented an IBM Software Defined Storage solution to help it speed data collection from one month to one hour, dramatically improving its ability to meet new regulatory requirements such as the annual audit and industrial data analysis.
As compute speed advanced towards its theoretical maximum, the HPC community quickly discovered that the speed of storage devices and the underlying the Network File System (NFS) developed decades ago had not kept pace. As CPUs got faster, storage became the main bottleneck in high data-volume environments.
Datasource Consulting, LLC, a leading Enterprise Information Management and Data Warehouse consultancy serving large enterprise customers throughout the United States, announces the release of INFATools Stage Mapping Generator (INFATools), a proprietary tool that speeds up the process of creating staging mappings, sessions and workflows in Informatica while improving efficiency and quality.
Collibra, named a leader in the recent Forrester Wave on Data Governance Tools, announced its award-winning platform has been further optimized with the launch of advanced platform version 4.3.
Conversion Logic, a company offering next generation SaaS advanced attribution with a deep focus on informing cross-platform video measurement and optimization, officially launched in Santa Monica. Conversion Logic offers a way to offer brands, ad agencies, media buyers and digital marketers the ability to attribute value across all digital channels with an initial emphasis on video, and take action on those insights immediately to maximize their media investment.
Service quality is one of the most prominent reasons why customers switch banks. With credit card transactions and loyalty programs, banks possess far more data about customers than any other industry. But in spite of all the data, banks are unable to effectively deliver personalized service. The reason?
ClearDATA Networks, Inc., a leading provider of healthcare cloud computing platform and services and Liaison Technologies, a global provider of secure cloud-based data management and integration services and solutions, has announced a formal strategic partnership to collaborate on solution offerings for new and existing healthcare clients.