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  • Gigamon offers visibility into Amazon Web Services for NZ Enterprises

    ​Gigamon has announced availability in New Zealand and Australia of the Gigamon Visibility Platform for Amazon Web Services, saying it provides consistent visibility into data in motion across an enterprise: on-premise, remote sites, public cloud, private, and hybrid architectures.

  • Qrious to become Cloudera MSP for New Zealand

    Qrious - the big data and analytics software business set up in 2014 by Spark NZ - has become the first managed service provider in New Zealand for global data management and analytics software company, Cloudera, which offers software built on the open source Hadoop, and which went public on the New York Stock Exchange last week.

  • Telecom creates Big Data analytics business

    Telecom has launched a new data, analytics and applications standalone business unit, Qrious (pronounced Curious), adding to the capabilities of its Telecom Digital Ventures arm.

  • Facebook opens part of its platform

    It's only been a year since Facebook opened its platform to allow developers to build third party applications on the site, but the fast-moving Web 2.0 world has now prompted the social network to open source portions of its code, primarily to ward off rivals like Google and MySpace, according to industry observers.

  • BEA releases high-performance apps platform

    BEA Systems has launched an upgrade to its high-performance application platform, WebLogic Real Time Core Edition 1.1, featuring lower latency and runtime analysis. The product includes the WebLogic Express 9.2 application server and adds the JRockit Runtime Analyser tool, providing detailed information on the Java virtual machine and the application that is running. The tool detects memory leaks.