Database Trends and Applications | December 2, 2013
Composite Software (now part of Cisco) named in DBTA’s list of Trend-Setting Products for 2014. These products, platforms, and services... all seek to arm organizations with tools to address rapidly changing market requirements and represent a commitment to innovation.
datanami | October 31, 2013
A variety of tools have been deployed to connect the data and assemble it so that it can be accessed and viewed via dashboards, ...including Composite Software’s data virtualization technology (now a part of Cisco); … Through EMDS’ dashboards, senior management has a common picture of equipment, personnel, readiness and training activities.
Inside Analysis | October 28, 2013
The combination of network virtualization and data virtualization alters this picture. It can, and probably should, alter the way that BI applications are deployed.
TDWI | October 22, 2013
Composite used to market data virtualization as "the logical next step." The conceptual vision Cisco outlined recently is both logical and bold.
Engineering News | October 16, 2013
Data virtualisation is not about IT it¹s about giving decision-makers immediate access to all the relevant information and only the relevant information.
Radiant Advisors | October 15, 2013
Ultimately, Cisco Systems and Composite Software are trying to solve the technical problem of scalability — the human problem of discovery – and they are doing from a foundation of more support, more connectivity, and greater financial viability in order to achieve global reach.
Wayne Kernochan Blog | October 10, 2013
"... my concerns about the future of Composite as a Cisco acquisition had not been completely allayed before the conference – and yet, by the end, I can say that my original concerns have been replaced by a hope that Composite Software will deliver user benefits well beyond what I had anticipated from Composite Software going it alone, over the next few years.
Enterprise Apps Today | October 7, 2013
In fact, a data virtualization tool does much of the cross-optimization between Hadoop stores and between public Hadoop and in-house Big Data as well.
Wayne Kernochan's Blog | October 2, 2013
A Web “data in motion” event processor would be a Big new extension of Big Data, with Big benefits, and it seems to me that Composite Software and Cisco are best positioned to make such a solution available sooner rather than later.
RediscoveringBI eMagazine | October 2013
Data abstraction, when implemented using data virtualization, simplifies and accelerates integration of cloud, big data, and enterprise sources by bridging the gap between diverse business needs and ontologies and even more diverse data sources and taxonomies. Done right, the benefits can be significant.
The Business Intelligence Brief | September 30, 2013
New complex architectures have created a greater demand for data virtualization solutions. - See more at: http://blogs.enterprisemanagement.com/shawnrogers/2013/09/30/data-virtualization-network/#sthash.0D5xIPul.dpuf
Inside IT | September 11, 2013
Data Virtualization is an incredibly powerful technology with a broad array of functions that enable multi-source query processing. Given the relative obscurity of this data management technology, I thought I’d review some of the more basic capabilities supported by this technology.
BeyeNetwork | September 6, 2013
The link-up of Cisco and Composite is, I believe, going to offer some very interesting technological opportunities in the market, especially in BI and big data.
Ulitzer | September 5, 2013
Learn how business and IT leaders are using data virtualization to address big data and cloud challenges and drive business advantage, attend Data Virtualization Day 2013 in New York City, October 9, 2013.
Enterprise Apps Today | September 3, 2013
Data virtualization and cloud experience has shown that it makes sense to leave large data repositories where they are and "bring the computation to the data" in order to maximize performance.
Hortonworks Blog | August 29, 2013
SearchDataManagement | August 16, 2013
Pfizer is currently running data virtualization software from Composite Software (now part of Cisco) to create a hybrid data warehouse and support Pfizer's "cross-functional data standards" initiative -- a plan to ensure that data is delivered in a pre-determined, standardized fashion and used consistently across the company's research and medical units.
Forrester Blogs | August 15, 2013
Forrester’s latest research reveals how leading firms are coping with this explosion using data virtualization, leading us to release a major new version of our reference architecture, Information Fabric 3.0.
IT Business Edge | August 5, 2013
To reduce the amount of time it takes to actually collect the data needed to answer a particular query, TIBCO Software has partnered with Composite Software to integrate a data virtualization platform within the TIBCO Spotfire BI application
SearchCIO | July 25, 2013
Gartner's logical data warehouse extends the power of the EDW by including data virtualization, which can virtually integrate data from disparate sources, and distributed processing, such as MapReduce, for added flexibility and exploration capabilities.
Beye Network | July 16, 2013
In many cases, organizations are attracted to data virtualization because of its agility: the speed with which data sources can be integrated and the speed with which integrated data becomes available to end users.
Ovum | July 1, 2013
Matching Composite’s capabilities with its data center and WAN networking will provide Cisco with an opportunity to enable its enterprise customers, including communications service providers (CSPs), to move to cloud-based analytics models.
Nojitter | June 23, 2013
The acquisition of Composite Software furthers Cisco's stated goal of becoming the leading IT vendor.
Ventana Research Blog | June 22, 2013
As Composite Software becomes part of Cisco, it is worth remembering that acquiring technology companies has been a major part of building the company Cisco is today.
Search Data Management | June 20, 2013
This is an interesting play by Cisco to capitalize on the increasing movement of data to the cloud," Gartner analyst Ted Friedman said.