WekaIO, which today is also announcing a first-place finish for performance in the IO-500 Challenge, is looking to its new program’s enablement resources to drive partner expansion in specific verticals.
The enhancements include new Lumada data services, an intelligent data lake offering, a new version of Pentaho 9.0, and an emphasis on expanding Lumada beyond the industrial IoT use cases that have been its main base.
Skillsoft’s Percipio platform, which will be available for SAP SuccessFactors in four different bundles, provides a modern approach to curating content, and will be of value to channel partners helping customers with digital transformation strategies.
In addition to discussing the changing nature of innovation today, AWS Vice President Sandy Carter also reminded her CIO audience of an unchanging theme AWS keeps making, that many more Windows applications run on their platform than on Azure.
Pure is announcing both the doubling of FlashBlade to 150 blades, an expansion of AIRI with the AI Data Hub, aimed at end-to-end use cases beyond simply training AI, and AIRI-as-a-Service, which will be delivered by Pure partner Core Scientific.
The New Zealand based company has just launched a version of their new platform designed for MSP partners, with channel veterans Eric Martorano, who took over as CEO last fall, and Len DiCostanzo, who built the Autotask channel before the Datto merger, steering an aggressive channel re-orientation.
Sobel, a member of CompTIA’s Executive Committee of the Emerging Technology Community, discussed what the committee has identified as the top three technologies for 2019 – as well as one that was not even on the Top Ten list, but which Sobel thinks is critical for solution providers.
UiPath has strong relationships with most of the global system integrators, and will be announcing more extensions of these partnerships going forward, but the Deloitte one involves so many joint customers that it is being announced now.