The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy data management news items for the week of March 18, 2022. In this week’s roundup, News from Snowflake, Rockset, and Datometry.
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Top Data Management News for the Week Ending March 18, 2022
Snowflake Launches Healthcare and Life Sciences Data Cloud
Snowflake’s new Healthcare and Life Sciences Data Cloud provides healthcare firms with a single, integrated, and cross-cloud data platform that eliminates technical and institutional data silos. This will enable organizations to securely centralize, integrate, and exchange critical and sensitive data at scale. Snowflake ensures high levels of data security and governance, and its built-in capabilities and extended partner network better allow companies to meet compliance requirements and satisfy industry regulations.
Rockset Debuts New Data Connectors for Microsoft Azure
Rockset recently announced that it now supports real-time data ingestion from Azure Blob Storage, Azure Event Hubs, and Azure Service Bus. The new capabilities enable customers to ingest, transform and analyze real-time data from their Azure data lake or event stream without the need for complex real-time data pipelines. With an extensive library of built-in data connectors for schemaless ingestion from existing event streams, databases and lakes, Rockset stays in sync with the data source.
Datometry Makes its Hyper-Q Platform Available in the Azure Marketplace
Datometry announced the availability of the Datometry Hyper-Q platform in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications, and services for use on Azure. Datometry customers can now take advantage of the productive and trusted Azure cloud platform with streamlined deployment and management. Datometry Hyper-Q is the first virtualization platform that lets applications written for a specific database, including Teradata and Oracle, run natively on Microsoft Azure Synapse.
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