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Bloor IM Blog

This is the Bloor Information Management (IM) Blog. Multiple Bloor analysts will be contributing to this blog over time.

Recent Blog Posts

Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 10th April '14
Attunity Gold Client Solutions are based on technology that the company gained when it acquired Hayes Technology Group. The principal capability that Gold Client provides is database subsetting for SAP environments, including SAP HANA for which it...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 9th April '14
I have had an update from Attunity, specifically with respect to both Attunity Replicate and Gold Client Solutions. I will discuss the latter in a second article. Attunity Replicate does what you would normally expect replication to do and it’s...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 9th April '14
SAP has just released version 16 of what used to be Sybase ASE and is now SAP ASE. There are couple of interesting things about SAP ASE, one of which is related to this release and one of which isn’t. I’ll deal with the latter first. The...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 8th April '14
You probably won’t have heard of either SBS (Semantic Business Solutions) or VALID (Vastly Linked Data) but SBS VALID is a very interesting product. It is a tool that, in essence, provides a hybrid query/search capability. Of course there are...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 3rd April '14
Delphix is an interesting company with a unique technology. Whether the company’s name has anything to do with the Oracle at Delphi I don’t know—I forgot to ask—but the company’s headquarters are in Menlo Park, which may be suggestive, but...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 2nd April '14
The biggest problem with the work that data scientists/miners do is not in analysing the data or discovering the patterns that they are looking for. No, the biggest headache they have is in preparing the raw data in the first place. They have to...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 10th March '14
I have, in the past, written somewhat critically about SAP HANA. A part of the problem is that the product is something of a moveable feast with new versions appearing on a pretty regular basis—perhaps not surprising for a technology that is still...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 20th February '14
Astute readers who have followed my articles last summer on requirements and specification management may have guessed that I was leading up to something. And that something is Agile Designer from Grid-Tools. It’s really quite neat. On the surface...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 18th February '14
While I don’t have any statistics to prove it, Neo Technology is almost certainly the market leader in the graph database space. However, that rather depends what you mean by the graph database space. Neo characterises the market as consisting of...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 28th January '14
Aerospike is a NoSQL database. However, unlike Hadoop, it is focused not on storing petabytes of data for data scientists to explore but on extreme performance in transaction-oriented environments. I’ll explore that, and the potential uses cases...


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