Data management news for the week of February 18; Updates from

The editors of Solutions Review have curated this list of the most notable data management news stories for the week of February 18, 2022. In this week’s roundup, product news from Cleo and Melissa, funding news d’Arcion, and more.

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 top 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 February 18, 2022

Cleo Unveils New Supply Chain Focus with Cloud Cockput Integration with RADAR

Built on top of CIC Cockpit, the onboarding industry’s most comprehensive real-time operational dashboard, RADAR enables supply chain-focused companies to mitigate compliance risk by defining, measuring, reporting and acting immediately. on urgent SLA notifications. SLAs can be set up in minutes by business, operational, or technical users, instantly creating dashboards and charts to monitor these key performance indicators (KPIs) in real time.

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Arcion Lands $13M Series A for Cross-Platform Data Replication

Formerly Blitzz, Arcion has raised its first round of funding and launched a cloud-native, no-code data mobility platform to “interconnect the $125 billion cloud data ecosystem with transactional databases and cloud warehouses. “. Along with the public release of the Arcion platform, the company has recruited a new CEO, Gary Hagmueller, to drive its growth. Additional features include patent-pending “Read Once, Write Multiple” technology for faster, low-impact data replication, zero data loss architecture, fault tolerance, autoscaling, and Enterprise security features such as data masking and at-rest/in-flight data encryption.

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Melissa publishes its 2022 solutions catalog

Melissa’s solution catalog features data quality, enrichment, and identity verification solutions that power compliance, fraud prevention, sales, customer engagement, and analytics. The features can be implemented at any point in the data chain and are designed to ensure that all global “human” data (addresses, names, phones and emails) is validated, updated and standardized. Deployments are flexible, available in onsite delivery, web service, secure FTP processing, and software as a service (SaaS) options.

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Striim partners with Hewlett Packard Enterprise for Striim for HPE NonStop

Striim for HPE NonStop provides the ability to ingest, process, and deliver integrated data across all sources and targets in real time for business insights. The solution also supports advanced data mesh architectures capable enough to handle large transactional data. Together, HPE and Striim provide a unique way to deploy hybrid architectures in mission-critical, always-on systems.

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Quix Drops Latest Product Release With New Community Open Source Code Library

The Quix data stream processing platform today launched its low-code/no-code (LCNC) interface for streaming data pipelines. The latest product release from Quix makes it easier and more efficient to build pipelines and workflows for ever-changing streaming datasets, such as those in the IoT and other digital devices. As part of this release, Quix has launched an open source library of code samples, such as Confluent Kafka, Twilio, and AWS Kinesis connectors, which allow the community to benefit from a network of contributors.

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