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SnapLogic eXtreme Aims To Drive Simplicity, Lower Costs To Build & Run Data Lakes, Cloud-Based Big Data Services

Later this summer, SnapLogic will launch SnapLogic eXtreme, an extension to its drag-and-drop iPaaS technology to make it easier and less costly to build, populate and run data lakes for complex processing on popular cloud-based big data services. IDN speaks with SnapLogic’s Mark Gibbs.

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OutSystems Looks To Blend AI, Low Code for Smarter App Development

Low-code platform provider OutSystems continues to build on its commitment to make it easier for app developers to bring AI and machine learning to app development. Earlier this year, OutSystems launched a multi-prong project to unify AI and low-code. IDN speaks with OutSystems’ Dan Juengst about the new ideas coming out of the convergence of low-code and AI.

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DataDog Monitoring Integrates with AWS CodeDeploy To Help Developers More Easily Locate, Resolve Faulty Deployments

Monitoring solution provider Datadog aims to let users more easily investigate spikes in cloud behavior and correlate those with code deployments. IDN looks at  Datadog’s new integration with AWS CodeDeploy, which allows operations teams to quickly identify  and resolve instances running problematic code.

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Talend: Ongoing Success with Data Insights Needs 3 Ingredients – Data Integration, Portable Development & User Self-Service

If companies want to be a data-driven, analytics machine they need to make data delivery to business users faster and easier. They also need future-proof technologies to adapt to rapid change.  IDN talks with Talend CMO Ashley Stirrup to learn the 3 ingredients for success.

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With New Cloud Partners, MongoDB Offers More Deployment Options

MongoDB is covering all the major cloud bases with the release of MongoDB Atlas database as a service (DaaS) for the Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure. Atlas was originally launched on AWS (Amazon Web Service).

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Informatica’s Latest Data Lake Management Platform Automates the Fight Against Harmful ‘Data Swamps’

Informatica says the mad rush to create ‘data lakes’ to promote more business use of analytics can sometimes cause more harm than good. The company is stepping up to help firms guard against murky, under-managed and unreliable data.

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Cool APIs: Top Experts Share Ripples, Top Take-Aways from Google-Apigee API Deal

Google’s move to purchase API Management firm Apigee for a reported $625 million continues to prove APIs are cool. This deal promises to boost the role APIs will play in the Google Cloud Platform. IDN also found it raises predictions and questions from top API experts on the nature of next-gen infrastructure for the digital enterprise.

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Accelerating Continuous Delivery: Best Practices for On-Prem and Cloud

As demand escalates for business apps, more and more companies are looking to go beyond CI (continuous integration) – and achieve impactful Continuous Delivery. Here’s a roadmap to take your CD efforts to the next level, thanks to execs from CloudBees, a platform as a service provider specializing in CD.

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Microsoft, SnapLogic Team Up To Boost Business Insights from Azure, Cortana Analytics

Microsoft and SnapLogic are cooperating to help users of Azure and Cortana Analytics to boost both speed and scale of their business insights. IDN looks at SnapLogic’s Azureplex, a solution that simplifies many steps in the analytics lifecycle – with self-service data ingestion, data prep  and easy access to cloud storage.

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SailPoint Updates IdentityIQ To Enable Open 'Identity-Awareness' for Enterprise Security, IT Operations

Long-time identity and access management provider SailPoint is taking a bold step to make it easy for organizations to bring IAM into the fight against hackers and data breaches. SailPoint’s IdentityIQ 7.0 IAM platform is now designed to be more easily integrated with other elements of an organization operational and IT security infrastructure.

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Red Hat Updates CloudForms Hybrid Cloud Management Platform; Adds Support for Microsoft Azure, Containerization

Red Hat’s latest upgrade to its CloudForms hybrid cloud management platform expands its collection of managed platforms to include Microsoft Azure, following the recent Red Hat / Microsoft partnership.  CloudForms 4 also adds management support for container architectures and even self-service features.

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Cloud Blueprinting: A Developer’s Map to Innovation

The rapidly-developing world of clouds is pushing developers and IT operations to design fast – and deliver even faster.  A new concept of ‘cloud blueprinting’ is helping IT keep pace – and even recapture more time and freedom to innovate. Accenture’s Rodrigo Flores explains, and even shares some examples.

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