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Data Lake stories - Page 2

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Dynatrace extends analytics capabilities with platform extension
Mon, 27th Feb 2023
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Dynatrace extends its Grail data lakehouse to include support for metrics, traces, and multicloud topology, along with a new user experience.
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Data to become a strategic business asset for ANZ in 2023
Wed, 21st Dec 2022
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Australian and New Zealand organisations are aiming to do more with their data and reduce time to value, signalling this will be a significant focus in 2023.
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Barracuda to optimise access to email security data with AWS
Wed, 30th Nov 2022
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data protection
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Using Barracuda Email Protection with Amazon Security Lake, data analysts can build and use a centralised security data lake to improve data protection.
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How to keep your data lake initiative from becoming a data swamp
Wed, 31st Aug 2022
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Enterprises can utilise data lakes to increase agile data delivery; however, they can't reap those benefits without addressing the challenges.
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Cloudera launches all-in-one data lakehouse cloud service
Thu, 18th Aug 2022
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cloud services
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CDP One makes it faster, easier and less risky for businesses to move to the cloud and migrate existing workloads to a modern data architecture.
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Imperva extends Data Security Fabric to enterprise data lakes on AWS
Thu, 28th Jul 2022
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data protection
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cloud services
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hyperscale
Imperva strengthens data security on AWS with its Data Security Fabric, providing protection and compliance for enterprise data lakes.
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Four major announcements from Google's Data Cloud Summit
Thu, 7th Apr 2022
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cloud services
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big data
Multiple data cloud innovations have been unveiled at the Google Cloud summit, allowing customers to work with unlimited data across all workloads.
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Databricks launches lakehouse for healthcare, life sciences
Fri, 11th Mar 2022
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Databricks has launched its first lakehouse platform for organisations across the healthcare and life sciences industries, increasing the scope for innovation.
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Databricks officially valued at $38 billion following latest funding round
Wed, 1st Sep 2021
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Databricks secures $1.6bn funding to accelerate innovation and adoption of the data lakehouse, reaching a $38bn valuation.
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ETL vs ELT — What, when and why
Tue, 29th Jun 2021
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data warehousing
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snaplogic
There are many variables to consider when deciding to move data into a database with either the ETL or ELT method, writes SnapLogic CTO Craig Stewart.
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Databricks' data lake solution paves the way for BI and AI
Fri, 13th Nov 2020
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Databricks launches SQL Analytics, enabling cloud data warehousing on data lakes with improved price and performance.
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Talend and Databricks extend partnership with deeper integrations
Thu, 9th Apr 2020
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Talend expands partnership with Databricks to enhance data integration, quality, and governance for machine learning workloads.
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How data warehouses have become the new data lakes for business
Thu, 2nd Apr 2020
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Businesses adopt 'data lakes' to navigate the rising tide of unstructured data.
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Huawei, Chinasoft draw on data lakes for intelligent financial solution
Mon, 23rd Sep 2019
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Huawei and Chinasoft International have partnered to develop an intelligent financial data solution for the expanding financial services sector.
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AWS launches fully-managed data lake service
Mon, 12th Aug 2019
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AWS unveils AWS Lake Formation, easing the birth and upkeep of secure data lakes.
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Forget the hype, here's some edge computing clarity
Wed, 26th Dec 2018
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edge data centre
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it infrastructure
Schneider Electric's Kevin Brown discusses the confusion surrounding edge computing and what he believes is the definition - and its place in our future.
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Qlik enriches data solutions with Podium Data acquisition
Wed, 25th Jul 2018
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New acquisition expands Qlik’s portfolio beyond analytics, enabling analytics-ready data strategy to drive data-driven transformation.
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How to avoid your data lake becoming a data ‘swamp’
Fri, 25th May 2018
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cloud services
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digital transformation
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ai
A data lake is a large body of raw data held in a natural state where different users can examine it, delve into it, or extract samples from it.
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How to stop data lakes from getting swamped
Mon, 30th Apr 2018
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data centre operators
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equinix
Data lakes can quickly turn into data swamps if not managed properly, but there are ways to keep them dynamic and valuable business assets.
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Talend helps accelerate enterprise cloud data lake deployments on AWS
Wed, 22nd Nov 2017
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cloud services
Talend's new AWS solution speeds cloud data lake deployment for firms.
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Oracle's cloud platform gets a big data & AI makeover
Thu, 5th Oct 2017
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cloud services
Oracle has enhanced its Big Data Platform Cloud to address the complexity and skills gap in executing Big Data projects.
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MapR and Talend collaborate to deliver new data lake solution
Fri, 11th Aug 2017
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talend
The trio have announced a new governed GDPR data lake solution to address requirements of the EU's upcoming GDPR legislation.
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Join the data revolution - How banks can change with the times
Tue, 30th May 2017
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Banks face a modern quandary: adapt to the data revolution or be left behind, with Standard Chartered leading the charge.
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Big data: How companies can learn to swim in the data lake
Wed, 24th May 2017
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bi
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Information is pouring into companies faster, so businesses are drowning in a flood so great it has become known as the ‘data lake’.