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Interview: Prat Moghe, CEO of Cazena

I recently caught up with Prat Moghe, CEO of cloud data lake leader Cazena to get his take on how getting off the ground with cloud data lakes continues to be a major frustration for enterprises. We’re seeing such deployments taking at least six months and millions of dollars of annual spend for in-house development and management. There’s got to be a better way. Gartner has estimated the failure rate of big data projects as high as 80%. What can you do about companies that stubbornly hang on to legacy data strategies, using analytics/BI approaches that put them ever-more behind competitors who are modernizing their data stack with AI/ML/etc? In this interview, we’ll get some valuable perspectives for you to follow in accelerating your time-to-analytics.

Controlling and Monitoring Access to Sensitive Data in the Cloud

In this contributed article, cloud computing specialist Marcell Gogan advises that monitoring and managing access to sensitive information in the cloud is an essential part of cybersecurity policy in any organization. You need to have a clear visibility of what information is stored where and who can have access to it. Being able to track every action involving critical data is also important.

Scality Launches Zenko, Open Source Software To Assure Data Control In A Multi-Cloud World

Scality, a leader in object and cloud storage, announced the open source launch of its Scality Zenko, a Multi-Cloud Data Controller. The new solution is free to use and embed into developer applications, opening a new world of multi-cloud storage for developers.

WekaIO Eliminates the Need for Legacy External Storage with Cloud-Scale Storage Software

WekaIO, a venture backed high-performance cloud storage software company, emerged from stealth to introduce the industry’s first cloud-native scalable file system that delivers unprecedented performance to applications, scaling to Exabytes of data in a single namespace.