A new storage array will offer integrated audit tools, search and analytics, according to a recent Gigaom article.
DataGravity has been in stealth mode until this week, when it announced its DataGravity Discovery storage array. The company was co-founded by Paula Long, who is better known as one of the three co-founders of EqualLogic.
Long tells Gigaom that the goal is to expose data that might otherwise be lost in the black box that is storage. Discovery can index over 400 data types and provide audit and activity information, including who reads and writes which files.
Reading the examples reminds me of cleaning out old school papers: There are several cringe-worthy moments, including the tester who found his own termination letter (it was okay in the end). I think that situation proves it can be useful in digging up data bones.
DataGravity Discovery is built with open source data and will be on display this week at VMWorld 2014.
Jitterbit’s Recently Released Harmony Platform Upgrade
My, how time flies. Jitterbit first launched its Harmony platform in April, but it’s already upgraded the platform with a summer release, according to a recent announcement. If you’re unfamiliar with Harmony, it’s a multi-tenant cloud platform that helps you connect cloud, mobile and on-premise applications. This update includes:
- New social user invites
- Enhancements to the project management console and security roles
- A new Harmony Oracle ESB connector
- Support for NetSuite’s custom objects and record times
Business Data Transformation with Sensor Data: McKnight Consulting Group President William Knight will moderate a panel discussion about data and sensors Aug. 26 at 10 a.m.-11 a.m PDT. Panelists include consultant Lynn Langit, Brightergy’s VP of Technology Daniel Keith, and TempoIQ CEO Andrew Cronk, who will discuss common sensor types, the type of data they produce, examples from the energy industry and information about combining sensors with real-time analytics. Gigaom Research is sponsoring the event, and you can find the registration link on its webinar page.
Talend and Easy Integration: If you’re interested in learning more about how Talend’s open source platform can simplify integration, the company is hosting a free webinar at 1 p.m., EDT, on Aug. 28. Topics include collaborative work, solving complex integration without hand-coding and testing, debugging and tuning your integration.
Loraine Lawson is a veteran technology reporter and blogger. She currently writes the Integration blog for IT Business Edge, which covers all aspects of integration technology, including data governance and best practices. She has also covered IT/Business Alignment and IT Security for IT Business Edge. Before becoming a freelance writer, Lawson worked at TechRepublic as a site editor and writer, covering mobile, IT management, IT security and other technology trends. Previously, she was a webmaster at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and a newspaper journalist. Follow Lawson at Google+ and on Twitter.