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DAILY VIDEO: New ThoughtSpot 5 includes voice-driven SearchIQ analytics, and Docker partners with Salesforce's Mulesoft for container applications.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The co-founder and CEO of Snapt offers some industry information about what DevOps should consider with the bursts of traffic we can expect to see on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Red Hat is now previewing the next version of its flagship Linux platform, including integrated container capabilities and a major boost in the amount of physical memory that a system can support.
Enterprises are giving themselves high marks for their automation efforts—with artificial intelligence expected to even improve these deployments—all of which bodes well for increased investment for the immediate future.
COMPANY ACQUISITION: In a significant buildout of its digital workspace strategy, Citrix announced it has bought micro apps provider Sapho, which it plans to integrate with its own services designed to make enterprise employees more productive.
The combination of Docker Enterprise and the Mulesoft Anypoint integration platform will enable organizations to more easily bring apps old and new into containers.
Businesses are used to asking the IT staff and data scientists to analyze customer data and generate a report. But with the latest version of analytics software ThoughtSpot, users have a new option: Simply ask the system via your computer or smartphone, in your own voice, for an analysis.
PRODUCT UPDATE NEWS: The hybrid cloud management platform update simplifies cloud adoption with support for AWS Lambda and Azure CSP Program, improved automation and compliance analysis remediation.
NEWS ANALYSIS: From Michael Dell’s viewpoint—and he is hardly an outlier here—we are facing an ever-growing tsunami of data, and the related problems and opportunities are massive. He argues that Dell, at its current massive scale, is the only company that can stretch from the edge, embrace...
Who’s afraid of Salesforce? Apparently not Zendesk, which launched a new customer relationship management platform called Zendesk Sunshine, built on Amazon Web Services, that will compete with CRM leader Salesforce, among others.
Join us Nov. 14 for an #eWEEKchat about the continuing trend in do-it-yourself application development designed for non-technical line of business users.