Michael Zuckerman, CMO, Queplix
The explosion in information technology tools and capability has accelerated.
Our information technology environment is moving at absolute light-speed.
Yet, the back of data integration is broken. 90% of customers are using
20-year old ETL technology designed to move batch files into the data
warehouse at 1:00 am. It is a manual process. Worst of all, is that some
vendors have even put this 20-year old technology in their newly minted
1-year old cloud. Who wants 20-year old technology in a 1-year old cloud?
To add insult to injury, data quality is … “another product.” I humbly
submit that without resolving data quality issues and providing for their
ongoing maintenance, you cannot integrate even two applications, load your
data warehouse, consider a future Virtual MDM deployment.
The cause of this is simple. Look at the revenue mix for... (more)
This product overview of SAP User Experience Management by Knoa details the
advantages, performance and functionality of one of the leading products in
the user experience management space as presented to ASUG in June 2012. View
the video overview here [YouTube].
This specific video covers Change Management and Risk Reduction and is
presented in two parts:
PART 1 is the presentation that defines best practice in change management
and associated risk reduction.
PART 2 DEMO is the live demo that shows the various analytics dashboards that
power the process from beginning to end.
Nexus Information Systems, a regional leader in data center solutions and
services, today announced that the company has become a member of the Actifio
Partner Program. As an approved Actifio partner, Nexus Information Systems
will offer its clients the Actifio Data Management Virtualization (DMV)
software suite to lower data protection, disaster recovery and business
continuity costs. Actifio solutions help customers protect their physical and
VMware virtualized environments including VMware Site Recovery Manager.
"Enabling virtualized infrastructures with cost efficient data pr... (more)
Queplix Corp., a provider of data virtualization, has announced its new
BladeShare Exchange Program, which enables partners or customers to build
custom Application Software Blades for new third-party and custom
applications, and make them available to the worldwide Queplix customer
community. Queplix's intelligent Application Software Blades perform easy and
automatic connections to target applications, reducing the time required to
integrate applications by up to 75 percent or more. The BladeShare Exchange
Program will enable participants to develop new applications that can ea... (more)
Author: Michael Zuckerman, CMO, Queplix
What makes advanced data virtualization unique? How is this really different
than basic data virtualization? Than ETL with web services? Good questions.
Where's the beef?
All of the basic capabilities of basic data virtualization are there with
advanced data virtualization - that's a given. This includes four basic
components, worth reviewing again since my previous post on advanced data
virtualization. Even at this level Queplix has significant differentiation:
(1) Data is virtualized. All data from all the sources you connect to appear