The editors of Solutions Review curated this list of the most notable data management news stories for the week of March 4, 2022. In this week’s roundup, product news from Alation, Dremio, and Unravel Data.
Keeping tabs on all the most relevant data management news can be a daunting task. Accordingly, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the main headlines from the past month, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate news on vendor products, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other notable data science and analytics news.
Top data management news for the week ending March 4, 2022
Alation adds customization features to Alation version 2022.1
In Alation’s latest release, 2022.1 generally available February 25, there’s a set of key features that allow organizations to build intelligence around data, in their own custom way. The company highlights key new additions: manual lineage and automated column-level lineage, Alation homepage customization, and the ability to build your own connectors and integrations, and sync Snowflake tags.
Dremio Announces General Availability of Dremio Cloud
Dremio Cloud is what the vendor calls the “first free platform” Data Lakehouse. The company also announced the addition of two new services: Dremio Sonar, a Lakehouse engine built for SQL, and Dremio Arctic, a metadata and data management service for Apache Iceberg that provides a Git-like experience for Lakehouse. The news follows Dremio’s fundraising in January.
Unravel Data Releases Winter 2022 Release of Its Unravel DataOps Observability Platform
With this new release, Unravel users will be able to use AI-powered tools that reduce the complexity of their data pipelines and control the costs of using the cloud for data applications. Key enhancements in the new release include improved cost optimization and utilization for Databricks, deeper observability for Google Cloud, broader coverage for modern data stacks, and simplified cloud migrations.
Anomalo Unveils New Dashboard to Capture Enterprise Data Quality Health
The Anomalo Pulse platform provides a comprehensive view of data quality across an organization and consolidates all vital data quality data in one place. Pulse also provides an in-depth analysis of each of these statistics, which indicates exactly what are the next steps to prioritize to improve data quality in an organization. Key features of the tool include data quality coverage, data arrival times, data quality trends and problem areas.
Imply launches cloud database service for analytics, with instant access
Imply Polaris is a cloud database service aimed at simplifying the developer experience for analytics applications. In addition to bringing Apache Druid to the cloud, Polaris is driving the automation and intelligence that delivers Druid performance without the need for expertise, and it provides a comprehensive, integrated experience that simplifies everything from streaming to visualization. .
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