Data management news for the week of October 7; Updates to Coalesce, Komprise, SingleStore, etc.

The editors of Solutions Review have curated this list of the most notable data management news stories for the week of October 7, 2022.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant big data and data management news can be a daunting task. Accordingly, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the past week, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate news on vendor products, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other notable big data and data management news stories.

Top data management news for the week ending October 7, 2022

ArangoDB launches ArangoGraphML and ArangoGraph Insights Platform

ArangoGraphML provides enterprise-ready, graph-based machine learning (ML) available as a cloud service, helping both experts and non-experts turn deeper insights into innovations. Powered by the ArangoDB graph database, the ArangoGraph Insights (ArangoGraph) platform is a cloud-based graph data and analytics platform that reveals data insights that are difficult or impossible to obtain with traditional SQL databases, documents or even other graph databases.

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Coalesce Raises $26M in Series A Funding for Snowflake Data Transformation

Coalesce combines the speed of an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI), the flexibility of code, and the efficiency of automating data transformations. This round follows a momentous year for Coalesce as the company exited stealth and raised $5.92 million in seed funding in January. This round of funding will build on that momentum, with Coalesce continuing to invest in the product and ecosystem.

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Dynatrace Launches Grail Core Technology to Strengthen Analytics, Observability and Security

Initially, Dynatrace relies on Grail to power log analysis and management. Going forward, the company plans to expand the technology to power additional IT, development, security and business analytics solutions. Grail is a causal data lake with a massively parallel processing (MPP) analytics engine.

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Komprise Releases Fall 2022 Intelligent Data Management Release

The Fall 2022 release builds on Komprise Smart Data Workflows, a new capability that enables IT teams to automate the process of tagging and discovering relevant file and object data across hybrid data storage silos and provide the right data to cloud services. Komprise is a well-established provider of unstructured data management and mobility software.

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IT Infrastructure Player Kyndryl Partners with Teradata for AI Data Modernization

Enterprises unite Kyndryl’s data and AI services and infrastructure management capabilities with Teradata’s high-performance cloud data and analytics platform to help customers modernize and migrate their data warehouses. on-premises data to the cloud with hyperscaler platforms. Kyndryl and Teradata will also collaborate to help customers use AI to drive better insights and outcomes from their hybrid and multi-cloud data environments by designing, enabling and supporting enterprise data modernization solutions. .

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Materialize Announces Early Release of New Streaming Database

Materialize delivers storage and compute separation, strict serialization, active replication, horizontal scalability, and workload isolation on a single platform, all through a simple SQL interface available as a service. fully managed cloud. Materialize’s PostgreSQL-compatible interface allows users to leverage the tools they already use as well.

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Ocient’s Data Warehouse is now available on AWS Marketplace

Customers can interact directly with Ocient on the AWS Marketplace, or with Ocient partners and resellers who can now offer Ocient deployed on AWS to their customer network. AWS customers can leverage the large-scale performance of Ocient’s Compute Adjacent Storage Architecture (CASA), optimized for non-volatile memory express (NVMe) solid state drives (SSDs), high cores and 100 GB networking.

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Precisely releases The future of data architecture Study

The study revealed major discrepancies in how data architecture and management is viewed across organizations – with central data and analytics teams generally happy with the future viability of their data landscapes, but Business users aren’t convinced that the existing architecture is modern enough to meet ever-changing business needs.

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Provectus launches a new open source data discovery and observability tool

Provectus is an artificial intelligence consulting and solutions provider that helps businesses in various industries. The Open Source Data Discovery (ODD) and Observability Platform is a data discovery and observability service built in close collaboration between Provectus and the open source community. Provectus is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

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SingleStore Secures $146M in Series F-2 Funding

Led by Goldman Sachs, the funding follows SingleStore’s recent integration from senior vice president of marketing Sanjay Aurora. SingleStore also welcomed Prosperity7 as a new investor in its F-2 funding round. SingleStore announced its product integration with SAS Viya earlier this summer, was recognized by Dresner Advisory Services and TrustRadius, and was included in the Inc. 5000 list.

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