Synonyms for datadirect or Related words with datadirect
Examples of "datadirect"
In 2013, IDC rated Cleversafe, Scality,
Networks, Amplidata, and EMC as leaders. In 2014, it rated Scality, Cleversafe,
Networks, Hitachi Data Systems, Amplidata, EMC, and Cloudian as leaders.
In 2013 he joined
Networks, including serving as a vice president.
In December 2003, Progress Software acquired
Technologies Ltd. for $88 million. In 2005, Progress acquired Apama and entered the Complex Event Processing Space.
The company was founded in 1988 under the name MegaDrive Systems. MegaDrive merged with ImpactData, in 1998, to create
June 13, 2006, Stylus Studio 2006 Release 3 bundled
XQuery 2.0 the first XQuery implementation over multiple relational database like SQL Server, Oracle, DB2.
Other members at various times included Cleversafe, Crossroads Systems, Dell,
Networks, Fujifilm, GRAU DATA AG, Hewlett-Packard, Imation, Quantum Corporation, Scality, Seven10, Silicon Graphics International, and XenData.
Corporate members of the OpenFabrics Alliance include Advanced Micro Devices, Appro, Chelsio Communications, Cisco Systems,
Networks, Emulex, Flextronics, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel, LSI Corporation, Mellanox Technologies, NetEffect, Neterion, NetApp, NetXen, Oracle Corporation, QLogic, Silicon Graphics, and System Fabric Works.
provide XQJ adapters for relational databases, by translating XQuery code into SQL on the fly, then converting SQL result sets into a format suitable for XQJ to process further. The following is a couple of known implementations.
OpenSFS was founded in October 2010 to steward an open source software Lustre community. Founding members were Cray,
Networks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
The XQuery API for Java was developed at the Java Community Process as JSR 225. It had some big technology backers such as Oracle, IBM, BEA Systems, Software AG, Intel, Nokia and
December 11, 2007, Stylus Studio 2008 bundled
XML Converters for Java and .NET and added .NET code generation. Starting with this release converter engines are licensed separately from Stylus Studio.
Founded in 1998,
Networks (DDN) is a provider of large storage systems for unstructured data and big data environments. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA, has about 650 employees, and in 2011 called itself the largest privately held information storage company.
Silicon Graphics International, Fujitsu. Vendors selling storage hardware with bundled Lustre support include Hitachi Data Systems,
Networks (DDN), NetApp, Seagate Technology, and others. It is also possible to get software-only support for Lustre file systems from some vendors, including Intel's High Performance Data Division.
Primary vendors of storage systems include Coraid, Inc.,
Networks, Dell EMC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Hitachi Data Systems, Huawei, IBM, Infortrend, NetApp, Oracle Corporation, Panasas, Pure Storage and other companies that often act as OEMs for the above vendors and do not themselves market the storage components they manufacture.
From 1999 to 2013, at least $300 million of venture financing was related to object storage, including vendors like Amplidata, Bycast, Cleversafe, Cloudian, Nirvanix, and Scality. This does not include engineering from systems vendors like
Networks (WOS), Dell EMC Elastic Cloud Storage, Centera, Atmos, HDS (HCP), IBM, NetApp (StorageGRID), Redhat GlusterFS, cloud services vendors like Amazon (AWS S3), Microsoft (Microsoft Azure) and Google (Google Cloud Storage), or open source development at Lustre, OpenStack (Swift), MogileFS, Ceph and OpenIO.
The Cheyenne supercomputer was built by Silicon Graphics International Corporation (SGI) in coordination with centralized file system and data storage components provided by
Networks (DDN). The SGI high-performance computer is a 5.34-petaflops system, meaning it can carry out 5.34 quadrillion calculations per second. The new data storage system for Cheyenne is integrated with NCAR’s existing GLADE file system. The DDN storage provides an initial capacity of 20 petabytes, expandable to 40 petabytes with the addition of extra drives. This, combined with the current 16 petabytes of GLADE, totals 36 petabytes of high-speed storage as of February 2017.
ODBC was originally developed by Microsoft and Progress
during the early 1990s, and became the basis for the Call Level Interface (CLI) standardized by SQL Access Group in the Unix and mainframe field. ODBC retained several features that were removed as part of the CLI effort. Full ODBC was later ported back to those platforms, and became a de facto standard considerably better known than CLI. The CLI remains similar to ODBC, and applications can be ported from one platform to the other with few changes.
TACC's long-term mass storage solution is an Oracle® StorageTek Modular Library System, named Ranch. Ranch utilizes Oracle's Sun Storage Archive Manager Filesystem (SAM-FS) for migrating files to/from a tape archival system with a current offline storage capacity of 40 PB. Ranch's disk cache is built on Oracle's Sun ST6540 and
Networks 9550 disk arrays containing approximately 110 TB of usable spinning disk storage. These disk arrays are controlled by an Oracle Sun x4600 SAM-FS Metadata server which has 16 CPUs and 32 GB of RAM.
In 2005, DDN created
Networks Federal, LLC - formalizing a team which holds the necessary clearances to support the company’s focus on the US government and intelligence community. In 2008, DDN reported that it had exceeded $100 million in annual revenue and claimed to provide storage systems for 48 of the top 100 supercomputers – with customers including Argonne National Laboratory and the NASA Ames Research Center. In 2011, DDN reported that it had exceeded the $200M annual revenue mark, and was reported to be the world's largest privately held storage company, based on 2009 revenues.
The iRODS Consortium was founded by RENCI in December 2014 and is headquartered at RENCI, as is the main iRODS development team. The mission of the consortium is “to ensure the sustainability of the integrated Rule-Oriented Data System (iRODS) and to further its adoption and continued evolution.” To achieve its mission, the consortium works to develop standards for the open source iRODS technology and its future development, promote advancements for the technology, and expand the user base. The consortium also supports the development of a mission-critical, production-level version of iRODS (currently v4.1). The iRODS Consortium includes a diverse membership of iRODS user organizations from around the world. Current consortium members include RENCI, the DICE Centers at UNC-CH and the University of California, San Diego,
Networks, Seagate Technology, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cleversafe, EMC Corporation (EMC2), IBM, and NASA’s Atmospheric Science Data Center.
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