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.
Hitachi Vantara’s overall vision has been extremely consistent since they launched the company two years ago, but at their third NEXT conference on Wednesday they gave new emphasis to the concept of DataOps, and unveiled a host of products to help bring it to fruition
Hitachi Vantara also clarified how they plan to manage the integration in January with Hitachi Consulting to optimize the new internal assets’ collaboration with partners, and limit any channel conflict.
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.
The new joint solution, provides an industrial monitoring solution for proactive maintenance that is much more scalable than what ABB had been using before, and ABB sees its ability to be sold on a consumption model as opening up new use cases.
One of the fruits of HPE’s increase investment in the Intelligent Edge is a new program designed to train partners about use cases and business cases, and which has a joint Go-to-Market component with HPE.
CyberX prepared an Industrial Internet of Things app for the original Palo Alto Networks Application Framework, and is now announcing availability of an app for its second generation, which should provide fruitful for Palo Alto Networks resellers.
The integrated solution offering, which Tenable says is an industry first which was complex to accomplish, brings together the on-prem version of their platform with the industrial security offering they launched several months ago.
Defender IoT, part of the Smart OmniEdge solution, is now generally available, providing customers with IoT protection that is simple for non technical people to use, and which can be deployed on any network.
The Internet of Things is already about half of Cradlepoint’s business, and this integration, which makes it relatively easy for customers to design IoT applications, will boost that – as well as opportunities for channel partners.