Informatica has announced new cloud data management capabilities. Key highlights include the ability to design, build, and deploy cloud-native serverless data integration in a multi-cloud environment; a metadata-driven intelligent data fabric; a new intelligent data marketplace; the ability to enable a 360-degree view of critical business functions; and the ability to modernize with an AI-powered enterprise iPaaS.
“Customer-focused innovation with a pulse on the industry is what drives Informatica’s market leadership in enterprise cloud data management,” said Jitesh Ghai, senior vice president and general manager of data management at Informatica. “We have made significant enterprise scale, cloud-native and AI-powered investments in product and platform innovation as shown in our Gartner Magic Quadrant leadership in all five key categories of data management. As businesses transform themselves using cloud analytics to stay competitive amidst a global pandemic, Informatica is well-positioned to help them succeed in the Cloud-native and AI era.”
Synopsys announces partnership with Intel to demonstrate PCI interoperability
Synopsys has achieved interoperability between its DesignWare Controller and PHY IP for PCI Express 5.0 and future Intel Xeon Scalable processors. This will enable the industry to build PCIe 5.0-based products based on these proven technologies, Synopsys explained.
“The growth of high-performance computing applications converged with AI workloads requires innovative data connectivity and processing technologies that deliver low latency and fast speeds,” said Jim Pappas, director of technology initiatives at Intel. “We are pleased to collaborate with Synopsys, a leading provider of PCIe IP, to enable the ecosystem and ensure the widely adopted DesignWare IP for PCI Express 5.0 is interoperable with our future CPUs in order to enable the billions of PCIe-enabled products in the market.”
Cyberpion has raised $8.25 million for ecosystem security
The funding round was led by Team8 Capital and Hyperwise Ventures. With this seed funding, the company will try to boost sales and marketing efforts, and accelerate development of its platform.
Cyberpion’s platform can be used to identify and neutralize threats that come from vulnerability in online assets throughout an organization’s connected ecosystem.
“Following rapid growth in both research and development as well as winning new customers that include Fortune 500 companies, we are excited to emerge from stealth and champion the rising ecosystem security sector,” said Cyberpion founder and CEO Nethanel Gelernter. “We appreciate Team8 Capital and Hyperwise Ventures’ recognition that cybersecurity needs to extend well beyond the enterprise’s own assets and perimeter, leveraging a more agile and proactive approach that is critical to protecting against far-reaching ecosystem attacks. Cyberpion looks forward to a close partnership with these two leading venture firms.”
CrowdStrike Falcon Zero Trust Assessment (ZTA) now available
CrowdStrike ZTA provides real-time security assessments across all endpoints in an organization, regardless of the location, network, or user. It allows for enforcement of conditional access based on device health and compliance checks, which helps mitigate security risks.
“There is a massive blind spot in many of today’s Zero Trust security technologies that only focus on user authentication and do not take into account device health. Endpoint security is one of the foundational building blocks of Zero Trust,” said Amol Kulkarni, chief product officer at CrowdStrike. “With CrowdStrike Falcon ZTA we are providing the missing link to implement Zero Trust security, leveraging the power of the CrowdStrike Falcon platform to deliver complete protection through verified access control to business data and applications. Additionally, with the acquisition of Preempt Security, CrowdStrike has combined industry-leading workload security with identity protection to seamlessly deliver end-to-end Zero Trust conditional access for our customers.”