Google this week introduced Datastream, a serverless change data capture (CDC) and replication service that is now available in preview.

Users can synchronize heterogeneous databases, storage systems and applications with minimal latency to support real-time analytics, database replication and event-driven architectures.

It integrates with purpose-built and extensible Dataflow templates to pull the change streams written to Cloud Storage and to create up-to-date tables in BigQuery for analytics, according to Google in a blog post.

TIBCO updates TIBCO Spotfire, Streaming and Data Science solutions

The company also announced Spotfire, Streaming and Data Science products will now all be available in a single platform under the TIBCO Hyperconverged Analytics experience, which aims to help businesses to gain insights and take action. 

The new announcement comes with TIBCO Spotfire Mods, a framework for extending visual analytics and leveraging no-code data science functionality, streaming analytics and ModelOps. Spotfire 11 also features embedded data science workflows to help non-developers analyze Python and R data functions.

Other updates include: expanded at-scale compute for SQL and ML functionality, and the ability to integrate with TIBCO’s Unify portfolio and TIBCO Data Virtualization provides federated data views for TIBCO Spotfire and TIBCO Data Science.

KubeSphere Container Platform 3.1 announced

KubeSphere is an app-centric distributed operating system that runs on top of Kubernetes. Features include: tracking infrastructure cost with metering and billing; edge node management; lightweight Kubernetes multi-cloud and multi-cluster management; unified Kubernetes monitoring; improved Kubernetes installation; and enhanced security.

“KubeSphere has emerged as one of the most popular Kubernetes platforms,” said Ray Zhou, head of the KubeSphere project. “The release of KubeSphere 3.1 marks an important milestone as we further empower enterprises to gain first-mover advantages especially in edge computing.”