Actian, a software company focusing on hybrid data analytics, announced the availability of the new Zen embedded database for IoT and mobile. Zen V15 database addresses today’s growing demand and requirement of on-premise, IoT, cloud, and mobile application developers. It addresses the needs by offering persistent distributed and local data across the intelligent applications present in the remote, branch, and enterprise environments. The database provides advanced performance levels and is even certified to operate with Intel Smart Edge Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and OpenNess platforms.
The Senior Product Marketing Director at the company Lewis Carr said that the edge applications, as well as devices, mostly depend on the unsupervised interface of machine learning to enhance real-time decision-making and automation. He also said that the edge Zen V15 data management takes advantage of a wide variant of operating environments, hardware architectures, communication interfaces, and networks. Moreover, it leverages languages to provide comprehensive support and flexibility, so that modern enterprises stay competitive. The V15 software is Actian’s third-generation Zen database that connects IoT devices and mobile to gateways, on-premise databases, and the cloud.
Zen V15 is providing a cloud-ready database that supports the cloud ecosystem while harnessing the advanced architecture power for eradicating latency and ETL. It also reduces the security risks related to decryption and exposed or vulnerable code. Along with that, the database offers advanced performance and modularity on mobile and IoT devices, laptops, servers, desktops, and cloud platforms. It maintains backward compatibility with branch office and remote environments. The Zen database can be used by customers to take advantage of the 5G wireless broadband power for secure and faster data processing in the cloud.
Desmond Tan, Actian’s Senior Engineering Director for the database, has said that the flexibility to execute the database with advanced encryption standard 256-bit and basic file formats in the device, edge server, gateway, and cloud environments offers to avoid decryption. This avoidance of decryption way is offered until operations are done without changes or any added security vulnerability. Tan also added that they have run the large data reads and writes performance tests and core application scenario performance tests between network infrastructure and edge devices. They found that both the performance were together or individually up to the mark.
Some benefits of the Zen V15 embedded database family are the support for third-generation multi-platform IoT devices and mobile, zero ETL, and no DBA. It is integrated with a variety of programming languages, including C++, Python, and Java. It offers NoSQL API and ANSI-complaint SQL for one database across multiple data types, projects, and deployment targets to streamline operations and mitigate risks. The database has capabilities for the collection of data, auditing, and delivery in real-time by IoT devices and mobile.
For meeting the security and latency needs of MEC and 5G environments, it is important to manage edge data to locally support device-to-gateway, device-to-cloud, and device-to-local. Zen Products offers a wide range of optimized edge applications for Smart Edge Open of Intel to provide innovative services.
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