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Top five tips for data integration in the cloud

Knowing where the data lies is of paramount importance before starting any data integration strategy.

MyRepublic taps power of data integration and analytics to accelerate telco strategy

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

To expand further into the region and to launch mobile services on top of existing broadband services, MyRepublic uses Hitachi Vantara’s Pentaho platform.

Hitachi Vantara launches Pentaho 8.0 with real-time data processing

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Pentaho 8.0 is enhanced and provides support for Spark and Kafka to improve data and stream processing, plus the ability to easily match compute resources with business demand in real time.

Talend's new offering helps customers be GDPR compliant

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Available immediately via Talend’s network of VAR and ISV partners, Talend’s GDPR solution helps customers modernize their data platforms to deliver transparency and compliance using collaborative data governance.

Data integration among top challenges for Salesforce users

While there are many challenges around Salesforce implementations, integrations are spidering into a surprising variety of applications throughout the enterprise.

Red Hat adds muscle to Docker container technology

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Red Hat plans to incorporate advanced Linux tools such as systemd and SELinux into Docker.

Tibco 6.0 moves outside the data center

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Tibco ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks 6.0 can expose back-end applications for mobile clients outside the firewall.

3 keys to cloud-legacy system integration

BMC Software's Suhas Kelkar and Eric Blum identifies ithree key considerations to guide IT decision makers in integrating cloud solutions with existing systems.  

Insurers to focus on data integration, analytics in 2012

Insurers are facing increasingly savvy, demanding and capricious customers.
 
To better manage client relationships in 2012, insurers in Asia/Pacific will be thinking more strategically about organizing, synchronizing and consolidating disparate customer information to create a "single version of the truth."
 
They will also be making investments in analytics to gain deeper insights into their policyholders and to tailor-make more appropriate products and customer experiences, predicts IDC Financial Insights.

IBM buys data-integration vendor Cast Iron

IBM bolstered its data-integration portfolio Monday, announcing the acquisition of Cast Iron Systems, which focuses on connecting on-premise systems with cloud-based software. 

Cast Iron's capabilities will help IBM customers build hybrid clouds that combine on-premise applications, public cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services, and private cloud deployments.