Company Overview of Dell Software, Inc.
Dell Software, Inc. designs, develops, markets, distributes, and supports enterprise systems management software. The company provides database management solutions including Toad for Oracle and cloud databases; benchmark factory for databases, to conduct database workload replay, industry-standard benchmark testing, and scalability testing; Toad Data Modeler; and Stat for Oracle E-Business suite. It also offers performance monitoring products comprising Foglight End User Business Analysis suite; Foglight for Oracle E-Business suite; Foglight for Oracle; and vFoglight for performance monitoring and capacity management of complex VMware ESX and Hyper-V environments. It offers data protection ...
4 Polaris Way
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Founded in 1987
Key Executives for Dell Software, Inc.
Chief Information Officer
Vice President and General Manager of Windows Management Business
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Dell Software, Inc. Key Developments
Jeff Hawn to Serve as CEO of Quest Software
Nov 2 16
Francisco Partners and Elliott Management Corporation announced they had closed their deal with Dell Inc, acquiring the software division of the company. Assets being shed include IT management assistant Quest Software and e-mail encryption and data security provider SonicWall. Now that the transaction has closed, Francisco Partners and Elliott are launching Quest and SonicWall as independent companies. Jeff Hawn, formerly chairman and CEO of Vertafore Inc, will serve as CEO of Quest.
Dell Software Group Announces the Next Major Release of its Advanced Analytics Platform, Dell Statistica 13.2
Oct 4 16
Dell Software Group announced the next major release of its advanced analytics platform, Dell Statistica 13.2. The latest release of Statistica helps companies transform their businesses and achieve new levels of success by embedding analytics everywhere and empowering a wider community of users and use cases. Key features include new collective intelligence capabilities to enable native integration with open source and application marketplaces, a new user interface designed to mask complexity and simplify workflows for citizen data scientists, and the ability to distribute data preparation and analytic workflows to any edge device or gateway. As advanced analytics gain increased traction as the primary vehicle through which organizations drive innovation, predict customer behavior, and optimize business and manufacturing processes, Statistica continues to build momentum. The latest release of Statistica leverages the power of the global analytics community through new collective intelligence capabilities that enable users to connect directly with analytics marketplaces, public datasets, and non-proprietary, standard scripting languages. To help address the global shortage of data scientists capable of building analytical models, a growing number of analytics experts are now sharing their models via online marketplaces and platforms. With Statistica 13.2, technical and non-technical users alike can now access via inbuilt nodes many of these pre-built models and integrate these into their existing Statistica workflow. This enables them to leverage a wider range of models without having to code and built them manually, while doing so within the validated and controlled framework Statistica provides. Online marketplaces accessible to Statistica 13.2 users include Apervita; Algorithmia, and H20 Sparkling Water for Spark on Hadoop, an open source math and machine learning platform that enables users to access public datasets such as Amazon Public Data Sets. This compliments the Azure ML node released in version 13.1, which enables users to push analytics to the cloud, and adds significant machine learning, deep learning, and big data capabilities to the platform. With the majority of analytics initiatives now driven by the citizen data scientist, Statistica 13.2 delivers a series of new features specifically designed to simplify analytics for the non-technical user, including a new citizen data scientist UI. This purpose-built, designer-view interface completely masks the complexity behind data preparation requirements and the analytic workflows within which users work, enabling non-technical business users to drive analytics initiatives without requiring them to code or program. The new release also features the ability to export Statistica objects so that non-technical users can edit them in Excel before importing them back into Statistica. This new complexity-masking functionality builds on the streamlined data preparation tools and reusable workspace templates introduced in version 13.1, and continues Statistica’s rapid evolution from a solution ideal for statisticians and mathematicians, to one accessible for all users across the organization, including both traditional and citizen data scientists. Dell Statistica 13.2 is available now worldwide.
EMC And Dell Reportedly In Talks To Sell Certain Assets
Apr 7 16
Bloomberg reported that Denali Holding Inc. (Dell) is in talks with EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) (EMC) to acquire EMC's Documentum International, Inc. to help finance their proposed merger. Dell is also seeking suitors for its SonicWALL L.L.C. and Dell Software, Inc. (Quest) assets said sources with knowledge of the matter. The company would prefer to sell the divisions together for about $4 billion, said the sources. David Frink, a spokesman for Dell, declined to comment, as did Dave Farmer, a spokesman for EMC.
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