Data Management

Experience and expertise to handle the explosion of data created every second

Number of Posts: 28
Filter By:
Number of Posts: 28
article-img
Cloud Native, Data Management | July 20, 2021
Become the Best Cloud Native Database
The August 19 launch of OneDB 2.0 marks the inception of a new era for easy cloud native database management within the HCL Software portfolio.
article-img
Cloud Native, Data Management | July 20, 2021
Experience a Cloud Native integration with HCL Link
The world of integration is constantly changing. As we deal with such complexity, we tend to drive toward simpler integrations (REST, API’s & JSON). Data structures are changing more rapidly and data sources are being added at the highest frequencies. The evolution of data is leading to significant digital transformation in organizations across the globe, but along this path there is a pain point that we are seeing in the market.  We need connectivity. HCL Link makes connection between applications and the data needed to run and transform your business. But, can you imagine a software where demos, trials, and deployment to development and production environments were all through one containerized experience? It’s called HCL SoFy. Now, reimagine HCL Link on SoFy. This provides an easy path to get started with cloud native. It delivers richly capable, multi-cloud ready HCL Software products and microservices. This is designed to allow solutions to run in any Kubernetes environment. Thanks to HCL Now you can experience using HCL Link on SoFy. HCL Now is Cloud-Native-as-a-service. This approach enables a cloud-first architecture that allows freedom to deploy anywhere, power to innovate, and allows flexibility to scale on a dedicated environment. With experts on demand, you can rest easy and leave the burden to us. Reduce risk and cost as you move to cloud native with our Kubernetes and product experts.    If you’re searching for a simpler integration path, look no further. Experience a cloud native integration with HCL Link.
article-img
Data Management | April 7, 2021
Data Security
The discipline of data security manifests through many capabilities that protect information at rest, in motion, and in use.   The average cost of a data breach in 2019 was calculated at $3.92 million which involved 25,575 accounts that year according to a report by the Ponemon Institute and IBM Security. High-profile companies such as Capital One, Evite, and Zynga experienced data breaches that exposed more than 100 million customer accounts each. Data breeches must be disclosed to customers, so they can be costly events that result in multi-million dollar lawsuits and settlements.   Many organizations realize two things, the value of data and the cost to protect data are increasing simultaneously. This makes protecting data with patches a very cost-prohibitive solution. More security layers and patches only add an equal cost to the overall situation. Instead, IT teams must design and implement the right data management strategy from the beginning and, select the right solutions.   To make matters worse, the median data volume that companies currently have under management – in both structured and unstructured formats – is now greater than 630TB, which is expected to exceed 820TB within two years. Data breeches must be disclosed to customers, so they can be costly events that result in multimillion-dollar lawsuits and settlements.   One best practice area for any data security strategy is database protection. This includes such things as monitoring database activity to detect unusual user activity, as well as conducting regular access reviews to identify old and unnecessary permissions. Both of which OneDB   permits through its OneDB  Explore front-end UX tool. It includes encrypting data, which OneDB does at various levels: column level; all or selected database storage units – dbspaces and subspaces; backup archives; client-server & server-server communication. And of course, enforcing the least amount of privilege possible to carry out a function policy is also prudent.    OneDB is a safe, cost-effective and efficient choice for data management. To learn more about how the HCL OneDB data platform will support your data security strategy, visit us at https://hcltechsw.com/products/onedb.   
article-img
Introducing HCL SoFy – The Next Generation Software Development Accelerator
HCL SoFy uses Helm technology to provide HCL products and APIs as cloud-ready building blocks. These catalog products and services are enabled for Kubernetes as docker images and helm charts
Close