Big Data Management
GlobeNewswire | October 25, 2023
EnterpriseDB (“EDB”), the leader in accelerating Postgres in the enterprise, today announced its acquisition of Splitgraph, an early-stage disruptor that provides a Postgres compatible serverless SQL API for building data driven applications from hundreds of datasources. This move is seen as a meaningful step in EDB's evolution, underscoring its commitment to delivering Postgres solutions to the ever evolving challenges customers face across a diverse data landscape.
Acquiring Splitgraph advances our capabilities within the realm of analytics and AI, said Kevin Dallas, CEO, EDB. With Splitgraph's technology and deep expertise, we're taking a leap in making data lake and data warehousing operations more efficient, streamlined, and collaborative. Unifying our shared commitment to customer-driven product development, we can accelerate our progress and better address the intricate data challenges that our customers encounter.
Miles Richardson, Co-Founder of Splitgraph, echoed Dallas’s sentiments, "We are pleased to share EDB’s vision to transform the way organizations engage with data using Postgres, especially for analytics workloads and AI-driven use cases. Becoming a part of EDB unlocks exciting new possibilities for our technology, further advancing the ways in which companies look to Postgres to solve their data ecosystem challenges.”
With the acquisition of Splitgraph, EDB underscores its dedication to innovating within the Postgres ecosystem, directly addressing the needs of users who want to seamlessly run analytical queries across diverse data sets. Splitgraph enhances this core capability by enriching data integration, cataloging, and governance, streamlining the management of both in-house data and information sourced from open publishers through a single Postgres interface. This strategic move firmly establishes EDB's commitment to continually elevate the value it delivers to its customers throughout the data landscape.
EDB provides enterprise-grade software and services that enable organizations to harness the full power of Postgres, the world’s leading open source database. EDB provides unmatched Postgres database expertise, and enables the same Postgres everywhere, including solutions for hybrid, self-managed private clouds, and EDB BigAnimal, a fully managed cloud database-as-a-service. EDB serves more than 1,500 customers globally, including leading government agencies, financial services, media and information technology companies. As the leading contributor to the vibrant and fast-growing Postgres community, EDB is committed to driving technology innovation. Through its solutions for high availability, reliability, security, 24x7 global support and advanced professional services, EDB empowers enterprises to control risk, manage costs and scale efficiently. For more information, visit www.enterprisedb.com.
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Splitgraph is a serverless data platform where you can query, upload, connect and share tables of data. It's built on Postgres and optimized for analytical queries over versioned snapshots and external data tables. Splitgraph develops Seafowl, an open source serverless OLAP database optimized for building data-driven Web apps, and also recently released a ChatGPT plugin for querying its catalog of open data with natural language.
PingCAP | September 13, 2023
On September 12, 2023, PingCAP, a prominent distributed SQL database provider, announced its attainment of the coveted Amazon Web Services (AWS) Data and Analytics Competency status. This prestigious designation underscores PingCAP's track record of successfully assisting customers in collecting, storing, governing, and analyzing data at any scale.
The achievement of AWS Data and Analytics Competency signifies PingCAP as a distinguished member of the AWS Partner Network (APN), specializing in software solutions tailored to assist enterprises in embracing, developing, and deploying intricate projects on the AWS platform. This designation is reserved for APN members with extensive AWS proficiency who deliver solutions seamlessly within the AWS environment.
Moreover, PingCAP has also secured AWS Service Ready designations for both AWS PrivateLink and Amazon Linux 2. The AWS Service Ready Program rigorously assesses AWS partner solutions for compatibility with specific AWS services. To obtain these accolades, PingCAP underwent meticulous technical evaluations of its product architecture, received references from customers, and provided product documentation.
By harnessing AWS PrivateLink, customers gain access to a streamlined experience for connecting PingCAP TiDB Cloud with other AWS services and applications, ensuring heightened security and adaptable network configuration.
AWS empowers organizations of all sizes with scalable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions, ranging from startups to global enterprises. In support of seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS has instituted the AWS Competency Program, enabling customers to identify AWS Partners with profound industry acumen and expertise.
Eddie Xu, Director of Cloud Alliances at PingCAP, commented,
We are thrilled to achieve the AWS Data and Analytics Competency. Many of our customers have made long-term strategic investments to build their digital businesses on AWS. Being a part of this program reflects PingCAP's commitment to delivering a solution that meets security, compliance, and efficiency standards in support of our customers scaling their transactional workloads on AWS.
[Source: Globe Newswire]
PingCAP, headquartered in Silicon Valley, is the visionary behind TiDB, an advanced, open-source, distributed SQL database. This database powers modern applications, boasting a streamlined tech stack, elastic scalability, real-time analytics, and uninterrupted access to data—all unified within a singular database solution. These innovative capabilities liberate emerging enterprises from the complexities of data infrastructure management, allowing them to set their sights firmly on the future. Some of the world's leading businesses across the travel, technology, financial services, web3, and gaming sectors trust TiDB to manage their mission-critical workloads.
Business Wire | November 02, 2023
Airbyte, creators of the fastest-growing open-source data integration platform, today announced its "Powered by Airbyte" version that enables makers of software to embed over 100 integrations into their applications – accelerating their time-to-market while increasing the focus on their core product value.
“Powered by Airbyte” removes the time-consuming task of building data integrations from scratch. Instead, using Airbyte's extensive library of connectors enables rapid data movement and synchronization between various sources and destinations. This novel approach liberates engineering teams from the burdensome task of integration development, letting them redirect their resources to building out their product's features and capabilities.
Engineering teams shouldn't need to build everything themselves, said Michel Tricot, co-founder and CEO, Airbyte. They are wasting time on integration work when they don't need to do that. Now, their data movement and integration needs are covered with Powered by Airbyte so that they can re-focus their engineering time on their product's core value proposition.
Early users of Powered by Airbyte report high satisfaction and excellent results.
Cart.com is a fast-growing provider to 6,000 brands helping them get their products in the hands of their buyers. Last year, the company helped move over $5 billion in gross merchandise value with a total of 140 million product listings. Cart utilizes Powered by Airbyte in its Unified Analytics product that helps its merchant customers to predict demand, allocate inventory and adjust advertising spending by pulling in the merchant's data from sources such as Facebook, Google Ads, Google Analytics, Hubspot, Mailchimp, Shopify, and more. The data is then consolidated in Cart’s Snowflake data warehouse with all of the integration and data movement done with Powered by Airbyte. Cart is able to offer its merchants self-service to sign up for an account, connect their data sources, connect their integrations, and begin using the product on their own.
“With Airbyte, we don’t need to worry about connectors and focus on creating value for our users instead of building infrastructure. That’s priceless,” said Chase Zieman, chief data officer, Cart. “The time and energy saved allows us to disrupt and grow faster.”
Digital marketing firm, KORTX, delivers personalized experiences for clients and custom reporting built on BigQuery and Looker. That requires centralizing all of their clients’ data from Facebook Marketing, Google Ads, Google Analytics, Hubspot and more into BigQuery so it can be analyzed. Prior to using Powered by Airbyte, data was pulled manually and put into spreadsheets and, of course, clients did not have real-time access to the data.
“Without Airbyte’s ease-of-use and library of API connectors, we would have either had to lean heavily on valuable engineering resources to build out custom connections to power our custom reporting dashboard solutions or continue with time-consuming manual reporting,” said Jeff Isreal, director of analytics at KORTX.
Damon Henry, KORTX founder and CEO, said, “With Airbyte, our team of data engineers could easily develop new connectors or customize existing ones to meet our clients' needs. The platform’s resilience and reliability mean that we can now focus more on deriving insights and less on managing data pipelines. With Airbyte as our ally, KORTX is not just meeting but exceeding client expectations, ensuring that advertising campaigns are not just effective but are also backed by data that is as robust as it is reliable.”
Airbyte makes moving data easy and affordable across almost any source and destination, helping enterprises provide their users with access to the right data for analysis and decision-making. Airbyte has the largest data engineering contributor community – with more than 800 contributors – and the best tooling to build and maintain connectors.
Pricing for Powered by Airbyte is based primarily on the number of customers syncing data through Airbyte. This makes pricing easier to forecast and more predictable than alternative solutions. Additional pricing details, and a pricing estimator can be found here.
Airbyte is the open-source data movement leader running in the safety of your cloud and syncing data from applications, APIs, and databases to data warehouses, lakes, and other destinations. Airbyte offers four products: Airbyte Open Source, Airbyte Enterprise, Airbyte Cloud, and Powered by Airbyte. Airbyte was co-founded by Michel Tricot (former director of engineering and head of integrations at Liveramp and RideOS) and John Lafleur (serial entrepreneur of dev tools and B2B). The company is headquartered in San Francisco with a distributed team around the world. To learn more, visit airbyte.com.
Alation | October 12, 2023
Alation, Inc., a prominent data intelligence company, has unveiled its latest offering, Alation Analytics Cloud1. This unified reporting platform empowers organizations to gain insights into their data usage and, in doing so, assess the effectiveness of their data initiatives and the overall maturity of their data culture.
The stakes are high in today's data-driven landscape, given the vast opportunities associated with data, analytics, and AI, and organizations can no longer afford to operate with disjointed data efforts that lack a clear connection to value. Alarmingly, a vast majority of Chief Data Officers (CDOs) fail to accurately assess and price the business outcomes generated by their data and analytics efforts, as revealed by Harvard Business Review. Consequently, there is a pressing need for a framework that enables organizations to benchmark and enhance their data management capabilities as they become critical strategic endeavors. However, this void has persisted because organizations have lacked the tools required to quantify the value and impact of their data initiatives on their business operations. Moreover, disparate teams within organizations often employ distinct data analysis methods, emphasizing the necessity for a solution that facilitates the consistent assessment of critical usage statistics, thereby fostering the growth of a robust data culture.
The Alation Analytics Cloud offers a framework to articulate the business value of data initiatives. Leveraging Alation's innovative Query Log Ingestion technology, leaders can gain insights into which data sources are most frequently accessed and which teams are executing specific queries. This knowledge enables data leaders to comprehensively map data consumption across the entire organization. These insights serve a dual purpose, facilitating the measurement of the effectiveness of diverse data programs and, subsequently, enabling an assessment of the maturity level of an organization's data culture. These insights can also be harnessed to optimize queries and rationalize data sources, for example, by expediting the migration of frequently used datasets or the retirement of data sources that are no longer in active use, thereby reducing costs.
Key benefits of the Alation Analytics Cloud include the ability to:
Measure Data Culture Maturity: Organizations can now measure their data culture maturity by examining four vital components: data leadership, data search and discovery, data literacy, and data governance.
Score Data Programs: Data leaders are empowered to gauge the progress of their data initiatives using a variety of metrics, such as total assets curated, the number of active users, and many other relevant indicators.
Map Data Consumption: Business and data leaders can gain visibility into the efficacy of individual data products by closely tracking actual usage. Reports provide valuable insights into which queries are being executed by specific users on various data stores, including details about the total execution time of database queries, thus pinpointing areas that can be optimized.
Alation is a leading enterprise data intelligence solutions provider, offering capabilities that empower self-service analytics, drive cloud transformation, and enhance data governance. Over 500 leading enterprises, including prominent names like Cisco, Nasdaq, Pfizer, Salesforce, and Virgin Australia, rely on Alation to cultivate a data culture and bolster data-driven decision-making. The company's commitment to excellence is evidenced by its recognition on Inc. Magazine's Best Workplaces list four times, its status as a UK's Best Workplaces in tech and Best Workplaces for Women in 2022, and its continued accolades as a UK's Best Workplaces in 2022 and 2023.