Real-time analytics news for the week ending January 8

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In This Week’s Real-Time Analytics News: BMC Adds New Capabilities To Its Automated Mainframe Intelligence Portfolio, Intel Introduces 12th Generation Core Processors For The Edge, And More.

Keeping abreast of news and developments in the real-time analytics market can be a daunting task. We want to help you by providing a summary of some of the things our staff encountered each week. Here are some of the new features of this week:

BMC announced new capabilities and integrations in its BMC Automated Mainframe Intelligence (AMI) and BMC Compuware portfolios. Together, the innovations help customers improve service quality and accelerate software delivery by providing better visibility of data and contextual information in their IT environments.

The new BMC AMI Ops integration with Splunk, together with the BMC AMI Security integration, enables a large collection of enriched security data, operations and performance information to be visible to security and management teams. ‘exploitation. This shared visibility, coupled with a broader frame of reference, allows teams to surface and investigate threats that might otherwise have gone unnoticed before they impact business services.

The BMC Helix Discovery solution now automatically maps and visualizes service dependencies in mainframe and distributed environments using application network connection details sent by the BMC AMI Ops product. This allows users to prioritize issues based on possible business impact. The added visibility and context between systems helps businesses resolve service issues faster and improve service quality.

Intelligence launched 12th Generation Intel Core processors (codenamed Alder Lake S-series and H-series), the first family of improved processors for the edge to deliver a performance hybrid architecture that combines performance cores and efficient cores with Intel Thread Director. Enhanced to accelerate innovation in Internet of Things (IoT) applications, the new processors provide retail, manufacturing, healthcare and digital security customers with increased core count and capacity advanced graphics / media / display and AI, as well as a wide range of price, performance, and power.

Provectus released the redesign of the Apache Kafka service UI as part of its v0.3 update. The update also includes performance and product security optimizations, and introduces new features, such as LDAP authentication and support for Docker ARM and Apple M1. The tool’s clean user interface makes it easy to track metrics such as brokers, topics, partitions, production, and consumption, without having to use additional CLI tools.

John Snow Laboratories released Spark NLP 3.4.0, which extends support for major versions of Apache Spark 3.2.x over Scala 2.12. The company now supports all five major versions of Apache Spark and PySpark of 2.3.x, 2.4.x, 3.0.x, 3.1.x, and 3.2.x at a time, helping the community to migrate from older versions of Apache Spark to newer versions without worrying about Spark NLP end of life support. This release also extends support for new Databricks and EMR instances on Spark 3.2.x clusters.

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Deeplite announced Deeplite Runtime (DeepliteRT), a new addition to its platform that makes AI models even smaller and faster in production deployment without compromising accuracy. Customers will benefit from reduced power consumption, reduced costs, and the ability to use existing Arm processors to run AI models.

Sensory Inc. announced the beta of SensoryCloud.ai, a comprehensive AI-as-a-service platform designed to address voice and vision AI workloads in the cloud. Leveraging Sensory’s experience with voice and visual AI, the SensoryCloud platform is launched with AI services such as Speech to Text, Sound Identification, Wake Word Verification, Face Verification, and Speaker Identification. Additional services and updates will be offered throughout the year.

IBM Watson Advertising announced the availability of data from The Weather Company, an IBM company, on AWS Data Exchange, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. AWS Data Exchange makes it easy for businesses to find and subscribe to third-party data in the cloud. Weather data sets can help analyze how weather affects consumer shopping in different categories such as pharmaceuticals, clothing, consumer packaged goods, and indoor and outdoor activities.

Sonantic has partnered with Mercedes-Benz AG on its latest technology platform for VISION EQXX. Sonantic’s technology creates hyperrealistic artificial voices that can be sculpted, edited and directed to sound exactly like a human voice. Proprietary technology focuses on the nuances of human speech – such as accents, pitch, rhythm, and a full range of emotions and delivery styles – to create captivating AI-powered vocal performances.

1NCE and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have joined forces to advance the expansion of 1NCE’s IoT platform globally. 1NCE’s software offering on AWS enables IoT developers to quickly integrate cellular IoT connectivity into their own solutions with plug & play functionality. Collaboration enables expansion through the AWS infrastructure, helping to bring the 1NCE IoT platform closer to its customers, wherever they are.

Partnerships, collaborations and more

Moogsoft announced its partnership with Alésia Labs (Activesec). Through this partnership, Moogsoft will enhance Alesia’s observability portfolio with AIOps capabilities, such as noise reduction, anomaly detection and information enrichment.

Bodo announced a collaboration with Xilinx further develop parallel computing technology that will simplify access to highly efficient multimedia processing on FPGA compatible clusters. The move is designed to benefit multimedia workflow developers who, for the first time, will be able to write simple Python code while accessing the highest levels of parallel performance available from FPGA clusters.

Alteryx announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement for the acquisition of Trifacta. Trifacta offers cloud-centric features to help businesses drive their analytical transformation and has gained a strong footprint in Global 2000 and large enterprises. This acquisition will anchor and accelerate Alteryx’s transition to the cloud and open up new categories of IT buyers within large enterprises.

Anomalo announced a partnership with Snowflake to help customers trust the data they use to make decisions and create products. The combination gives customers a way to monitor the quality of data in any table on the Snowflake platform without writing code, configuring rules, or setting thresholds. Anomalo solves the data quality problem by monitoring corporate data and automatically detecting and causing data issues, enabling teams to resolve any issues with their data before making decisions, executing operations or ‘feed models.

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