OpenTelemetry promises an open standard for observability
OpenTelemetry is an observability framework that combines data on logs, traces and metrics. The framework is used as an open standard that makes it possible to immediately link the programming languages and infrastructures your company uses.
Keeping business applications constantly up-to-date ca... Read more
Astra DB cloud database loads data directly into Google Vertex AI
DataStax's Astra DB database has received an extension for the Google Vertex AI platform. This allows users to load database data directly into the AI platform.
With the newly released Astra DB Vertex Extension for Google Cloud's Vertex AI Platform, it is possible to directly load data from the ... Read more
Google BigQuery centralizes tools for data engineers and integrates with Vertex AI
Google is releasing updates to its BigQuery data platform. As in Google's other announcements, AI is once again the main subject. Furthermore, BigQuery will get a new, centralized interface.
BigQuery will be equipped with AI. Google announced this at the Cloud Next conference. This and other enh... Read more
Microsoft puts an end to unlimited OneDrive storage
OneDrive for Business will no longer have an unlimited option from now on. Plan 2 is no longer anywhere to be found on the Microsoft page. By default, new users can only access 1TB as a maximum per user. In doing so, the tech giant is next to give short shrift to such an option.
Those who did pu... Read more
IBM expands tape storage capabilities with S3 object storage
IBM is expanding its own DiamondBack tape library with an on-prem S3 object storage archive. This makes more possible in terms of storage using magnetic tapes.
Back in October, it came out with the DiamondBack TS6000, which can house up to 14 tape drives and 1458 cartridges for 28.8 petabytes of... Read more
Databricks seeks investment capital to integrate more AI features
Databricks is seeking new investment capital to further expand the AI capabilities for its data platform. This is what The Information writes based on insiders. An IPO is ruled out for now, the data specialist itself indicates.
Databricks wants to invest even more in expanding the AI functionali... Read more
Redis extends to add vector search & wider tools
Databases are still changing. Despite having been on the planet for some 60-years depending on which history of data analysis you care to read, the development of databases continues to grow every year. Primarily driven by new use cases for data, databases of all descriptions are also evolving due ... Read more
Ever-growing data piles lead to an ever-growing Splunk
Splunk has been a data collector at heart from its inception. At one point, it wasn't entirely clear what could be done with said collected data, but over the years the company has kept expanding the applications it offers. At .conf23 in Las Vegas Splunk touted the credo "Ready for Anything", with ... Read more
Quantexa helps organizations leverage all their data
Garbage in, garbage out is a catch phrase in the world of data and analytics model development. Quantexa wants to make sure there is no more garbage in models.
When you think of things like decisioning engines, data analytics and other data-related marvels, thoughts often turn to beautiful analy... Read more
OpenText sets financial record in Micro Focus year
OpenText finished its fiscal year with record revenue of $4.5 billion (about €4.1 billion). The period that ran through June 30 gives the first impression of the impact of the Micro Focus acquisition.
In its financial figures, OpenText presents annual revenue growth of 28.4 percent. Specifical... Read more