Topic: data

SD Times news digest: Apple to require developers to enter app privacy information in App Store Connect, Android’s mobile driving license, and Visual Studio Code 1.51

Apple announced that later this year users will be able to learn about some of the data types that certain apps collect, and whether that data is linked to them or used to track them.  Starting on December 8th, developers will be required to summit this information when they add new apps and app updates … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Melissa automates clean data processes, JetBrains Jetpack Compose for Desktop Milestone 1, and SmartBear’s State of Code Review

Melissa’s new customer data verification platform Unison is an easy-to-deploy solution designed to bring together all of Melissa’s data quality API capabilities into a scalable UI. Unison offers flexibility through a data-agnostic technology stack, connecting disparate data streams to quickly verify, enrich, and unify customer profiles with accurate, up-to-date data. The platform is scalable across … continue reading

Data is key to returns on investment

Return Policy Guide is a website that aggregates the policies of many major retailers, so if a customer is unhappy with his purchase, he can learn how to most effectively return the product and get his money back. The site handles a ton of data, from the individual policies themselves, to ads on the site, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tidelift integrates with Sonatype’s OSS index data, MFC Wizards adds new support, and Fastly Compute@Edge platform updates

Tidelift has announced a new integration with Sonatype’s OSS index data. The integration aims to provide open-source vulnerability identification and remediation capabilities for Tidelift customers. According to the company, the Sonatype OSS Index aggregates data from CVE entries, a growing list of public vulnerability sources, and community contributions.  “In a recent Tidelift survey, 58% of … continue reading

Apache Cassandra indexing without having to say I’m sorry

Recently, there’s been a new change proposal for Cassandra indexing that attempts to reduce the tradeoff between usability and stability: Making the WHERE clause much more interesting and useful for end-users. This new method is called Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI). It’s not the flashiest name, but what do you expect? Engineers aren’t known for naming things, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: npm public roadmap, TIBCO to acquire Information Builders, and HackerOne expands integrations ecosystems

The npm have released a new public roadmap. Developers can use the roadmap to learn more about the features that are being worked on, the stage that they’re in, as well as when they can be expected.  They can also open a discussion and share suggestions for how the products should be improved and discuss … continue reading

The first step to ensuring data quality is validation

Blue Compass is an Iowa-based digital marketing agency specializing in website development and SEO. As such, according to development manager David Wanat, they take care of “everything beyond the design of the site” on the back end. Not only that, but Wanat also said he is responsible for ensuring the data is good, whether it’s … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB Atlas enables multi-cloud clusters, Git 2.29 released, and Neo4j Graph Data Science 1.4

MongoDB Atlas has been updated with multi-cloud clusters. According to the company, the solution enables developers to leverage the best from each cloud provider, including services such as AI, analytics, and serverless development products.  “With the availability of MongoDB Atlas multi-cloud clusters, customers can build, deploy and run powerful, highly available applications across different cloud … continue reading

The SD Times Data Quality Project

It began last January with a column I wrote titled “The little dirty data secret,” which shone a light on the issue of data quality — or lack thereof — within many organizations. I called it the dirty little secret because of a reluctance on the part of many to even acknowledge they had a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Quantum SDK updated, new Google Play Console features, Call for Code winner announced

Cambridge Quantum Computing today announced the latest 0.6 version of t|ket>, its high-performance quantum software development kit (Q-SDK), which now enables quantum circuit execution on Amazon Braket. The latest release extends the number of supported devices, simulators and development frameworks, enhances circuit optimization and noise mitigation techniques, and extends operating system support.  t|ket> works across … continue reading

Where EDI falls short, APIs and ArcESB fill the gap

For years, EDI (electronic document interchange) has allowed businesses to exchange documents with their partners from computer to computer in a standardized format. And this has worked well. With the explosion of APIs that now are used for data and document exchange, some companies are finding that their EDI solutions are coming up short, lacking … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Eggplant’s new cloud platform, Micro Focus Digital Safe 10 Archive and Supervisor, and Sonatype’s next-gen dependency management

Eggplant’s new cloud solution is designed to enable businesses to quickly and easily deploy its Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) Platform, automate the entire test life cycle, and understand the quality of the experiences that are delivered. “Organizations can now quickly and easily quantify the impact of software updates, both pre and post release, to ensure … continue reading

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