Kaseya acquires Datto for 5.7 billion euros
Kaseya acquires Datto for 6.2 billion dollars (5.7 billion euros). Insight Partners, Kaseya's owner, will finance the deal with a consortium of investors.
Datto, founded in 2007, specialises in software for managed service providers (MSPs). Initially, data protection set the tone. In recent yea... Read more
Talend purchases Gamma Soft, an innovator in data capture
Talend has acquired Gamma Soft, a market innovator in data capturing.
Gamma Soft has been bought by Talend, a global leader in data integration and management. Customers will benefit from integrating Gamma Soft's enterprise-class change data capture solutions, which will help them streamline the... Read more
NetApp acquires database management specialist Instaclustr
NetApp announces the acquisition of Instaclustr. NetApp wants to add the database management specialist to Spot by NetApp, a growing portfolio of infrastructure services.
Instaclustr develops a database management (DBM) platform. The platform supports multiple cloud providers and open source DBM... Read more
Google focuses on data with BigLake and Spanner
Google Cloud announced BigLake, a new data lake engine. Furthermore, Google is updating Cloud Spanner, its existing SQL database management service.
The newly announced BigLake should unite various data lakes and data warehouse environments in a single platform. In doing so, Google eliminates t... Read more
Samsung and Western Digital are developing Zoned Storage standards
Samsung and Western Digital (WD) are collaborating on standards for storage technology. The first step is an ecosystem for Zoned Storage solutions.
A standard allows systems and solutions to be supported by a wide range of vendors. End users can invest in technology without fearing vendor lock-... Read more
VMware introduces managed Cloud Flex Storage service
VMware introduced Cloud Flex Storage. The managed storage service allows companies to scale storage capacity.
Cloud Flex Storage is a scalable, elastic service based on a pay-as-you-go model. The service is based on VMware Cloud on AWS. Companies can set up storage directly in the VMware Clo... Read more
MySQL HeatWave ML adds machine learning to the Oracle database
Latest extension to MySQL HeatWave to provide high-performance and highly scalable ML capabilities within the MySQL database.
Oracle's mission is to make the Oracle (Autonomous) Database the only database you need. At least, that's our interpretation of the company's news over the past years. Ju... Read more
Snowflake introduces industry-specific Retail Data Cloud
Snowflake launched a data platform for retailers and manufacturers of packaged goods. As always, data storage and analysis set the tone.
The Retail Data Cloud combines Snowflake's platform with industry-specific software and datasets. Retailers and manufacturers are provided with tools for tran... Read more
Data specialist Cascador Health gets financial injection
Healthcare data specialist Cascador Health raised 3.4 million euros in a recent investment round. The funds are intended for further expansion in Europe and Belgium, its country of origin.
The latest round was made possible by healthcare provider Hirslanden and investment funds Qbic, Volta Vent... Read more
Nasuni rakes in $60 million in funding round
The money will help Nasuni expand its cloud file storage for enterprises.
This week Nasuni, a company known for providing cloud-native file storage and sync services to enterprises, announced that it has received $60 million in growth funding. This move comes as organizations worldwide continue ... Read more