There were 5 blog postings during November (2010):
Queplix - a different sort of data virtualisation
Queplix sees itself as being in the data virtualisation market. But it doesn’t mean by data virtualisation what some other vendors in the data federation and mashup spaces mean. They are interested in federated queries or in building...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 1st November '10
Test data management
Informatica has just released the latest version of its Test Data Management products, which are a part of its Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) suite that it acquired when it bought Applimation in February 2009. Since the acquisition this is...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 5th November '10
Trillium Software System v13 and TrilliumApps
Trillium Software System v13 was released on September 13th (no superstition there then). I was pre-briefed on it but at the same time I was also pre-briefed on the release of TrilliumApps. As I thought (and continue to think) that TrilliumApps is a...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 15th November '10
RainStor partners with Teradata
RainStor and Teradata have announced that they will be providing a retention appliance based on Teradata hardware and using RainStor software. Teradata is, of course, well known but for those of you who haven’t read my previous blogs about...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 18th November '10
expressor introduces semantic types
expressor software has just announced version 3.0 of its eponymous product. There are three notable things about it. The first is that the company is introducing expressor Studio. This is a new interface with Office 2010 lookalike ribbons designed...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 23rd November '10
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