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Pepperdata Casts a Bright Light on Amazon Elastic MapReduce; Reveals Hidden Cost, Performance Metrics

Users of Amazon Elastic MapReduce to run big data and analytics projects are about to be offered a new world of visibility and control. Pepperdata, working with Amazon, is casting light into the dark corners of EMR operations, letting users see, manage and control the performance and costs for their jobs, workloads and apps.

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Cool APIs: Top Experts Share Ripples, Top Take-Aways from Google-Apigee API Deal

Google’s move to purchase API Management firm Apigee for a reported $625 million continues to prove APIs are cool. This deal promises to boost the role APIs will play in the Google Cloud Platform. IDN also found it raises predictions and questions from top API experts on the nature of next-gen infrastructure for the digital enterprise.

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Progress DataDirect To Offer ‘Day One Support’ To Keep Pace with Changes to Popular Big Data Platforms

Enterprises continue to struggle to keep up with frequent release cycles for many big data and cloud offerings. Enter Progress Software, which is looking to end the frustration of keeping end-to-end projects up and running with its new DataDirect’s Day One Support program.

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Paxata, Slalom Team Up To Enable Self-Service Data Lake in the Cloud Options for Amazon

To help IT and lines of business keep pace with surge in new data, Paxata is partnering with a services firm with deep Amazon expertise to make “data lakes in the cloud” easier to deliver.

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Scality Ships Open Source Amazon S3 Server to Bring Dev/Test Local for Web-Scale Applications

Scality is providing developers a local option for dev/test performance and scale of their cloud apps by shipping an equivalent of Amazon’s S3 that is open source, locally-deployable and runs on a single server.

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Amazon QuickSight Splashes into Cloud-Based BI Pool; Lowers Technical Barriers, Prices

The cloud-based BI sector is still shaking from word that Amazon Web Services is lowering the technical barrier – and the price.  See how Amazon QuickSight aims to leverage the cloud for its low-cost, easy-to-use, business intelligence service.

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Cloud Blueprinting: A Developer’s Map to Innovation

The rapidly-developing world of clouds is pushing developers and IT operations to design fast – and deliver even faster.  A new concept of ‘cloud blueprinting’ is helping IT keep pace – and even recapture more time and freedom to innovate. Accenture’s Rodrigo Flores explains, and even shares some examples.

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With Amazon API Gateway, AWS Opens a New Door on Backend Applications

Running applications for over a million customers in 190 countries, Amazon Web Services is hosting data and business logic in various back-end services, such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and AWS Lambda.

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CloudBees Enhances Jenkins Platform for Hybrid CI, CD for Enterprise Software

CloudBees Inc. is taking steps to make sure that Jenkins, one of the top "go-to" tools for continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) of enterprise software, can reliably deliver more security, performance and availability.

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Oracle Delivers ‘Hybrid Integration’ with Latest Oracle Cloud PaaS Updates

Later this month, Oracle will reveal the next wave of offerings for its enterprise-class cloud platform.  The Oracle Cloud PaaS ‘all-in-one’ configurable platform delivers a smart and flexible option for achieving any-to-any hybrid integration – across on-premises and cloud for apps, data and even processes. IDN talks with Oracle’s Amit Zavery.

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Software AG’s 2015 Roadmap for Enterprise-Class Cloud Services Will Embrace AWS

Software AG has launched a “Transformation to the Cloud” initiative to help enterprises identify and implement the right cloud strategies. To support the initiative, Software AG has made the strategic decision to deploy its entire cloud portfolio on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud during 2015.

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Box Moves To Secure Cloud Sharing, Storage; Teams with Amazon Web Services, Gemalto

Using the cloud to share and store corporate files is one of the poster children for ‘rogue IT’ nightmares. This spring, cloud sharing and storage giant Box, looks to resolve this tension with Enterprise Key Management to make the cloud easy, safe and secure.

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