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As students head back to classrooms this month, some may find their education data is being managed differently with better education outcomes in mind. PowerSchool, the provider of a cloud-based software platform for K-12 education, has announced the launch of a fully managed data-as-a-service platform in partnership with Snowflake.

The company says its new DaaS, Connected Intelligence by PowerSchool, will provide school districts and education agencies with a unified, global, fully managed, and secure platform based on Snowflake’s cloud architecture. PowerSchool promises that districts using the new solution will retain sole ownership of their data and will have the capability to securely collaborate internally and externally.

PowerSchool attests that critical education data is currently siloed, inaccessible, and underutilized, and it created the software with the goal of unifying all school data into a single, comprehensive platform. The company lists the benefits of doing so as increasing equitable opportunities for all students, spending fewer resources on data access, storage, and management, storing education data securely in one place, and expanding access to all data, including historic, current, future, and third-party data.

The company says that connecting data from early childhood to adulthood may Boost student outcomes and could be leveraged for post-secondary education and workforce development. In addition, using fewer resources for data management, along with access to data in a single store, opens the door for using the data more efficiently and effectively, such as analytics capabilities that can alert educators when students are exhibiting warning signs of falling behind. PowerSchool also notes that secure, inter-agency access to all types of education data may be helpful in connecting schools with juvenile justice, foster care, and other social services in order to help students identify resources.

“Connected Intelligence by PowerSchool gives state departments of education and school systems the ability to transform the economic and social outlook of their communities by bringing all their data together and giving them unprecedented ease of access, unparalleled performance, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing their data is safely secured,” said Shivani Stumpf, Group Vice President, New Solutions of PowerSchool. “This innovative, all-inclusive data ecosystem that we’ve developed, and built on Snowflake’s Data Cloud, aims to help education leaders make the most effective and efficient use of data with greater agility, and to inform their investments so that they can focus on what matters most — improving student outcomes and preparing all learners for success.”

The company expects that the platform will assist districts and agencies with delivering personalized learning and “meeting each student where they are” by providing contextual information that allows for immediate action, such as curriculum recommendations, to support customized learning.

Snowflake’s education platform architecture promises to help data administrators “say goodbye to resource limitations and wait times with the ability to instantly spin up and down a virtually unlimited number of concurrent workloads against the same, single copy of your data.” The company also says its built-in replication and failover/failback features ensure business continuity, while its fully managed data cloud alleviates the management and administration associated with traditional data platforms.

“With Snowflake and PowerSchool’s partnership, educators gain a powerful combination of capabilities that further enable data collaboration both internally across school districts and externally with third-party agencies, all while providing consistent security and governance,” said Head of Global Public Sector at Snowflake, Jeff Frazier. “Through the Powered by Snowflake program, PowerSchool has not only scaled Unified Insights but also introduced new products like Connected Intelligence that empower school districts and education agencies to mobilize data to Boost student outcomes.”

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Killexams : Data Transformation Startup Dbt Labs Launches Technology Partner Program – Exclusive

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Through the new partner initiative dbt Labs looks to strengthen integration links with developers of data governance, data quality and data management tools and leading business analytics software vendors.


 Data transformation and analytics engineering technology developer dbt Labs is launching a technology partner program today that the company says will strengthen business alliances and technical integrations between the startup and leading data management and business intelligence software vendors.

The new dbt Labs Technology Partner Program will have more than 50 partners at its debut today, company executives told CRN in an exclusive interview, including data integration technology developer Airbyte, data observability platform vendor Monte Carlo and data analytics leader ThoughtSpot.

The dbt Labs technology is designed for how data transformation work is increasingly being done with the paradigm shift from on-premises to cloud computing, “which blows up all of the expectations around how one wants to interact with large datasets,” said CEO Tristan Handy in an interview with CRN.

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Founded in 2016 and based in Philadelphia, dbt Labs has been gaining momentum with its cloud-based data transformation workflow tools that help businesses and organizations build data pipelines and transform, test and document data in cloud data warehouse systems.

The company’s platform includes a development framework that combines SQL development and software engineering best practices such as modularity, portability, CI/CD and documentation.

“Prior generations of tooling were built with a set of assumptions about how much compute they would have access to and how much storage they would have access to and how constrained they were,” Handy said. “And all on-prem. With services like [Google] BigQuery, Snowflake, Databricks – those constraints go out the window. All of a sudden there‘s this opportunity to rethink how workloads and allocation permissions are done.”

Venture Capital Round Raised Valuation

In February dbt Labs raised $222 million in Series D funding, boosting its valuation to $4.2 billion. Currently there are 12,000 companies using the open source dbt Core software and 2,000 customers using its commercial dbt Cloud platform.

Today dbt Labs primarily partners with technology companies and ISVs – the focus of the new program – and consultants in the data management and business analytics space.

“At Airbyte, we have a great deal in common with dbt Labs – both of us are building open-source software that benefits the data community,” said Michel Tricot, co-founder and CEO at Airbyte, in a statement. “We’re excited to work together to create great experiences for our growing mutual user base.”

“The types of partners that we‘re working with is really a wide spectrum,” said Nikhil Kothari, head of technology alliances at dbt Labs, in the interview. “The reason why we’re investing in this program – and we‘ve been working with partners for a while now – is to really help enable a range of seamless integrations that are used by data practitioners that really extend these capabilities.

“We have over 50 or so partners today that are already engaged in the partner program and the categories that they provide solutions for range from data ingestion, data quality, data catalogs and data governance, all the way through the BI layer,” Kothari said.

dbt Labs sees itself as playing a central role in the cloud data analytics “stack.” In latest months a number of players in the big data space have established alliances with dbt Labs and/or linked their products with the dbt Labs platform and tools, including data lakehouse developer Databricks and cloud data analytics provider Starburst. The company’s software is available through Databricks Partner Connect, Snowflake Partner Connect and the AWS Marketplace.

“Monte Carlo works hand-in-hand with dbt Labs to bring improved data reliability to joint users, solving an important pain point: data downtime,” said Barr Moses, co-founder and CEO at Monte Carlo, in a statement. “Partnering with dbt Labs allows analytics engineering teams to deliver more trustworthy data products by pairing end-to-end data observability with robust testing.”

Technology Partner Program Resources

The new dbt Labs Technology Partner Program is particularly focused on providing technical tools and resources, including documentation development and other best practices, to help partners integrate their products with the dbt Cloud system. The program also includes an engagement model that spells how out dbt Labs engineers work with product engineers and software engineers on the partner side, Kothari said.

The company’s technology partner ecosystem got a boost in September 2021 with the availability of the company’s dbt Cloud Metadata API. The upcoming release of the dbt Semantic Layer technology in October will foster closer connections to business intelligence software vendors.

A key component of the partner initiative is the Adapter Verification Program, a technical guide and specifications for technology partners with products that support analytical SQL queries. The guide, paired with an engagement model, is designed to help technology partners who develop and maintain dbt adapters to achieve a “Verified” designation that will build user trust by ensuring “best practices, compatibility and optimal user experience,” according to the company.

“Our partnership with dbt Labs unlocks the true potential of the modern data stack by putting safe and reliable self-service analytics in the hands of every employee,” said Amit Prakash, co-founder and CTO at ThoughtSpot, in a statement. “The integration allows data teams to empower anyone in their organization with the flexibility and power of dbt models and metadata through self-service analytics on ThoughtSpot. Together, we’re empowering the analytics engineer to scale their business impact like never before.”

Going Beyond Open Source

While home-grown and third-party adaptors and integrations are common in the open-source world, those links aren’t always Checked by platform developers. “That tends to not always produce the best customer experiences,” Handy said. “What we‘re trying to do is get the best creativity and contribution from the open-source model, but then [provide] just a little bit of top-down assurance.”

The new program also includes a certification program to ensure that partners have familiarity and competency with the dbt Labs system and are following best practices when working with customers.

“The channel ecosystem is quite important, because typically when customers are moving, either they‘re adopting cloud-native data platforms and building their data infrastructure around it or, particularly in large enterprises, they’re migrating from legacy environments,” Kothari said. “And so partners in the ecosystem are incredibly crucial for their success and how they actually adopt and deploy these data infrastructure environments. The partners play a critical role here as they have expertise in not only [dbt Labs technology], but complementary technologies that are going to be part of their customers’ environment.”

The new program also includes some go-to-market components for strategic technology partners, including joint marketing and co-selling efforts, to help connect partners with the dbt Labs user base, according to Kothari.

Because dbt Core is available as open-source, Handy said solution providers, service providers and systems integrators are already working with the company’s technology in client engagements. As that usage expands, solution providers are coming to the company looking for a more formal partnership. Kothari declined to comment on any plans for launching a formal program for those partners.

Rick Whiting

Rick Whiting has been with CRN since 2006 and is currently a feature/special projects editor. Whiting manages a number of CRN’s signature annual editorial projects including Channel Chiefs, Partner Program Guide, Big Data 100, Emerging Vendors, Tech Innovators and Products of the Year. He also covers the Big Data beat for CRN. He can be reached at

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Killexams : DAS42 Awarded Snowflake Technology Competency Badge

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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 29, 2022--

DAS42, a provider of modern data stack technology implementation and advisory services, today announced that it has been awarded the Snowflake Technology Competency badge for its data analytics solutions in the Snowflake Data Cloud, unlocking new ways for enterprises in the technology industry to accelerate data-driven outcomes.

DAS42 and Snowflake can help joint customers build Snowflake-based data platforms that deliver industry best practices in data management, business intelligence, and analytics. As a Snowflake Elite Services Partner, DAS42 has partnered closely with Snowflake for years to empower enterprises with the Snowflake Data Cloud.

The Snowflake Partner Network Competency Program validates Snowflake partners for the depth of their Snowflake expertise and commitment to driving customer impact across the Data Cloud ecosystem. DAS42 is committed to helping organizations leverage the power of Snowflake’s platform to transform the way enterprises in the technology industry store and access data.

“We’re proud to receive this recognition for our years of work bringing the power of Snowflake to the technology industry,” said DAS42 CEO Nick Amabile. “Technology enterprises rely on high-quality, up-to-the-minute data. Snowflake and its groundbreaking innovations make it possible for us to deliver the kind of exceptional data analytics platforms today’s technology companies need.”

“Snowflake and DAS42’s partnership is reimagining what’s possible with data, enabling joint customers to build and collaborate on a unified platform while continuously maintaining security and governance standards,” said Katie Ecklund, Senior Director of Partner Sales - America, at Snowflake. “DAS42’s Technology Competency badge is a testament to their expertise and continued innovation in the Data Cloud, further mobilizing the world’s data to fuel today’s data-driven businesses.”

About DAS42

DAS42 is a leading provider of cloud-based data analytics consulting and professional services. Based in New York and with offices across the United States, our clients include some of the world’s largest companies. We work with cutting-edge technology partners to help organizations use data to Boost their operations, reduce the time to actionable insights, and empower them to make better decisions, faster. Learn more at and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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Killexams : The Testing Predators Have Beaten ACT And The College Board

On the morning of the June ACT, Janet Godwin, ACT’s CEO, wasn’t in her office overseeing one of the largest administrations of the year. She was at a three star hotel in Atlanta hobnobbing with members of the test preparation industry. Godwin and an executive from the College Board were at the 2nd annual conference of a test preparation industry association. While it’s not uncommon for test prep tutors to attend test publisher conferences, it’s highly unusual for the senior executives from the test makers to accept an invitation from a group that David Coleman, the College Board’s CEO, called “predators who prey on the anxieties of parents and children and provide no real educational benefit.”

What does it mean that ACT’s CEO is giving a keynote address, attending education sessions, and schmoozing at happy hour with high priced tutors and the College Board executive is giving the test coaches early insights into the forthcoming cyber SAT? It means that test preparation “predators” have brought the test publishers to heel.

Admissions test preparation came into existence in the 1930s, just years after the first SAT in 1926. From those early days until the 1980s, most prep companies were local shops who lived off the tests the way remoras live off sharks.

The College Board and the Educational Testing Service, which actually wrote the SAT until 2016, took great pains to rebut any report that suggested test preparation could lead to large score gains, since by its own admission, “If the board's test can be regularly beaten through coaching, then the board is itself discredited." Despite the test publishers' arguments, test preparation continued to attract customers looking to Boost their scores.

The relationship between publishers and preppers became more heated when John Katzman, founder of The Princeton Review, entered the fray in 1981. Katzman’s public attacks on the SAT, ETS, and the College Board not only helped speed the growth of his test prep company but also directly challenged the quality and value of the tests. Unlike earlier test preparation providers, Katzman focused on convincing parents of the "beatability" of the test and the need for specialized preparation, moving the conversation of the test’s value from academic conferences to PTA meetings.

Prior to Katzman, the primary opponents of the tests were academics and admissions officers at small northeastern liberal arts colleges like Bowdoin and Hampshire

Colleges, who adopted test optional practices prior to 1980. The emergence of the Princeton Review began eroding popular belief in the tests and forced the publishers to defend their products not only to academics but to suburban moms as well. An ETS president said, in 1980, "The existence of the coaching schools is nothing more than the triumph of hope over reality." Test registration booklets began to include the message that “expensive coaching courses'' required time, money, and effort and thus could not be recommended.

The enmity between the two camps might have been good for education as a whole with each segment acting as a check against the other. Test publishers have sued test prep organizations and helped catch cheaters. Test prep companies have been watchdogs on the test makers and each other, exposing leaked tests, bad test questions, problematic policies and practices, and false accusations of cheating.

But the potential for the two sides of the testing industry to act in concert to Boost outcomes for students has never been realized. Test publishers responded to criticism and test optional policies by making the test valuable as a lead generation tool for colleges. Test prep for its part will always be an engine of inequality and unfairness, reselling insight and support to whoever can pay the fee. Let’s not forget that at the heart of almost every test cheating scandal has been a test preparation company or tutor.

The arguments between the coaches and publishers settled for a period but were reinvigorated in 2014 when The College Board’s CEO, David Coleman, announced the 15th version of the SAT and a partnership with Khan Academy to deliver what he called a technology “that has broken down the racial divisions that so haunt this nation.”

“It is time for the College Board to say in a clear voice that the culture and practice of costly test preparation … drives the perception of inequality and injustice in our country,” Coleman said. “It may not be our fault but it is our problem.” Coleman promised he would end the expensive preparation industry, which he blamed for the “perception” that the SAT contributes to inequality.

Perhaps to address the “perception of inequality,” both ACT and the College Board have offered more and more test preparation products and in latest years have focused on trying to present those products as pathways to equitable preparedness for the tests.

The College Board developed a free program with Khan Academy, originally marketed as “world-class test-prep” but soon after changed to “practice” to distance it from test prep. Soon after the College Board’s Official SAT prep launched, ACT began offering a free ACT Academy but within three years quietly discontinued its free test prep product in favor of its own paid instructor certification program and a reseller relationship with Kaplan Test Prep.

These inconsistencies highlight the struggle of the test publishers to find an effective answer to the continued growth of the test preparation industry and the decreased faith in their core products. Nowhere are those inconsistencies more clear than in the messaging about the test publishers' own online video prep offerings, which both ACT and SAT find highly effective, versus the test publishers' comment about commercial test preparation classes and tutoring, which test publishers consistently find ineffective.

The presence of the publishers at the test prep conference sends a very clear signal that where they once might have been driven by a mission to deliver evidence-based, research-driven assessments they were now primarily salesmen, doing everything possible to sell a product and generate leads for college recruiters.

The merging of test publishers and test preparation appears to be not only an admission that test preparation works but also the defanging of some of the most knowledgeable critics of the test. Absent the test prep industry, the only organization that regularly monitors the practice and process of large scale testing would be the small non-profit advocacy organization The National Center for Fair and Open Testing (full disclosure: I work at FairTest and have been a test prep tutor for 30 years).

When asked for comment Godwin replied “ACT is committed to an equitable testing process that helps all students succeed. . . . ACT will continue to engage and collaborate with education stakeholders who have opportunities to Boost the learning experience for all, especially if they help facilitate more equitable access.”

While it's entirely possible that a relationship between test prep and test makers might yield positive outcomes for students. In fact, I attended two such conferences at ACT headquarters where the discussion centered on process and procedures that could Boost student outcomes, fee waiver processes, etc. The test prep conference on the other hand is a business and marketing event that will let the test prep industry boast about their coziness with the test makers, gain insider information about the digital SAT, and better sell their wares. The more frightening outcome could be that certain prep companies would gain information that allowed them to subvert all security and provide access to test materials to their clients.

In 1999, Don Powers, a research scientist with ETS, said “If we were to find that the tests were highly coachable in a relatively short period of time it would undermine the validity claims about what these tests measure.'' Since then the number of colleges that do not require the SAT or ACT has risen from a mere handful to more than 80% of four year colleges. The test publishers no longer seem concerned that support of test preparation will undermine the validity of their exams, instead they’ve decided to join forces with the only other group that benefits from the expansion of admissions tests.

June 2022 marks the date when the test publishers, having failed to undermine the credibility of the test prep coaches or to create the promised “bad day” for the test preparation industry, decided to save their tests by legitimizing the “predators.”

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Killexams : AVASOFT ISO 9001:2015 Certified for Qualify Management System

BLUE BELL, Pa., July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- AVASOFT, a NextGen products and solutions company, and an industry leader in accelerating the digital transformation for corporates and enterprises, has earned ISO 9001:2015 certification for its quality management system. ISO 9001: 2015 is an internationally recognized standard for Quality Management, which ensures enterprises consistently deliver high-quality products and services to their customers and business partners. This certification examines the fundamentals of quality management systems like strong customer focus, people management, standardized process for delivery quality, and a commitment to exhibit continuous improvement.  


 AVASOFT has earned this recognition for its standardized process of engineering delivery, business enablement, infrastructure, human resources, training, and business growth. Apart from that the certification also proves the company has well-positioned itself as a 'Mission-First' organization that will thrive in all the phases of digital transformation. The company provides best-in-class solutions to its employees, customers, and stakeholders with their clearly defined engineering discipline.

Further, the achievement of ISO 9001:2015 certification bolsters the standards of AVASOFT's unique proprietary software delivery process called "Vetri" which is applicable for all the agile and other delivery models.

"From the inception of our journey in tech, we focused on aligning quality with our wider business strategy. Be it customers or our own employees, we always have a sense of commitment to delivering only the highest quality IT solutions. And this validation has indeed assured us that we possess the required maturity to stay true to our commitment," said Sairam Srinivasan, CTO, AVASOFT.  


 AVASOFT, a NextGen products and solutions company with 14+ years of industry excellence, aims at accelerating the digital transformation of enterprises. We enable enterprise digital transformation by maximizing the ROI of modern workplace platforms (M365, Salesforce, ServiceNow), migrating from legacy data platforms to modern data landscape (Snowflake, Synapse, Databricks) with streaming solutions (PowerBI, Tableau, Qlik), and adopting cloud-native & DevOps practices(AWS, Azure, Containerization, Micro-frontend architecture).

With a team of 1000+ members, AVASOFT unleashes the true potential of cutting-edge technologies to create maximum business impact. Headquartered in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, and Plano, Texas for the US, Toronto for Canada, and Chennai for the Asia Pacific, AVASOFT serves enterprises across the globe to shape the future of software. 

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Killexams : Know before you dine out -- read this week's restaurant inspection reports

The Victoria County Public Health Department Environmental Health Division inspects places where food is served in Victoria, DeWitt, Jackson and Calhoun counties.

In the inspection reports, each violation in the Priority items 1-20 is 3 demerits; Priority Foundation items 21-33 are 2 demerits; and Core items are 1 demerit. Zero is a perfect score, while 100 demerits is the worst possible score.

Each Wednesday, the Advocate publishes inspection results from the previous week. All demerits are reported, but only those Priority and Core items are detailed.


5 Points Stop, 607 N. Moody St., Victoria. Demerits: 19. Need labels on ice bags. Wash wares 0ppm. Need a certified food manager. Need to date-label Deli Express items. Need test strips. Need paper towels at hand sink. Need to clean ice machine. Need to install three-compartment sink. Need hand-washing signs in restrooms.

Daniel’s Tacos, 902 W. Main St., Edna. Demerits: 17. Need to cover all food in coolers and walk-ins. Need to date-label all food in coolers and walk-in. Hot food not holding proper temperature. Need an employee health and personal hygiene handbook. Need test strips. Need a bodily fluid cleanup kit. Need food handler’s permit for all employees working over 30 days.

Kikko Ramen & Poke, 7905 N. Navarro St., Suite 200, Victoria. Demerits: 14. Walk-in not holding 41 degrees or below. Food stored over four hours. Need an employee health and personal hygiene handbook. Need to date-label foods stored longer than 24 hours. Need soap at back hand sink (corrected on site). Need to weather strip back door.

Taqueria El Rodeo No. 2, 3402 Sam Houston Drive, Victoria. Demerits: 12. Cooler memorizing above 41 degrees. Need to prevent cross-contamination of stored food. Need current food manager certification. Need to have hand sink easily accessible. All surfaces must be easily cleanable and non-absorbent.

Everest Food Mart, 2000 E. Airline Road, Victoria. Demerits: 9. Need an employee health and personal hygiene handbook. Need one certified food manager license. Need bodily fluid cleanup kit. Need sanitizer test strips. Need a covered trash can in restroom. Need a first-aid kit.

Frontier Bar B Que, 608 N. East St., Edna. Demerits: 7. Need to store products 6 inches off floor. All employees must have a food handlers within 30 days of hire date. Need to weather-proof backdoor. Need to cover all products in cooler. Need to date-label all products in cooler.

El Rodeo 2 x 2, 607 S. Laurent St., Victoria. Demerits: 7. Need to prevent cross-contamination of stored food. Need hand sink to be accessible. Need soap and paper towels at hand sink. Need to seal all openings at backdoor. Need to post certified food manager certification visible to public.

Century Lanes, 3401 John Stockbauer Drive, Victoria. Demerits: 5. Need a bodily fluid cleanup kit. Need to date-label products in cooler. Need a first-aid kit.

Snowflake Donuts, 1205 W. Grand Ave., Yoakum. Demerits: 5. All employees must wear cap or hairnet in kitchen and prep area. Need to thaw under cold running water or in cooler. Need to store products 6 inches off floor. Need to date-label all products in cooler. Need to date-label all products in walk-in.

Mary’s Taquitos, Mobile Unit, Port Lavaca. Demerits: 4. Need a certified food manager. Need test strips.

Jackson County Jail, 115 W. Main St., Edna; Baymont Inn & Suites, Victoria 8107 NE Zac Lentz Parkway, Victoria; Cardenas And Mangonadas 2, 2202 N. Laurent St., Victoria; Fresh Start Christian Learning Center, 3401 E. Houston Highway, Victoria; Thai Orchid, 207 N. Navarro St., Victoria. Demerits: 3.

3 Potrillos Mexican Restaurant, 114 E. Main St., Edna. Demerits: 2.

Victoria’s Café, 3405 U.S. 59-N, Victoria. Demerits: 1.

BK Bar-B-Que, Mobile Unit, Cuero; H-E-B Grocery, 909 E. Broadway, Cuero; The Bomb Diggity, 208 Railroad St., Inez; Capt John’s Wild Reef Seafood, 732 Broadway St., Port Lavaca; Subway, 400 Tiney Browning Blvd., Port Lavaca; Tots and Tikes Day Care, 411 W. Main St., Port Lavaca; Chick-Fil-A of Whispering Creek, 6104 N. Navarro St., Victoria; First Baptist Church Day Care, 301 N. Glass St., Victoria; Holy Family Catholic Church, 704 Mallette Drive, Victoria; The Grind, 2200 E. Red River St., Victoria; H-E-B Food Store No. 355, 201 W. Gonzales St., Yoakum; Demerits: 0.


Sonic No. 1756, 1110 N. Esplanade, Cuero, inspected April 14 with 14 demerits. Re-inspected July 18 with all violations corrected.

Hatch Bend Country Club, 579 Meadowview Lane, Port Lavaca, inspected June 14 with 12 demerits. Re-inspected July 20 with most violations corrected.

Las Tapatias Mexican Café, 3001 Port Lavaca Drive, Victoria, inspected July 11 with 20 demerits. Re-inspected July 20 with most violations corrected.

Short Stop, 2407 Port Lavaca Highway, Victoria, inspected July 13 with 5 demerits. Re-inspected July 19 with most violations corrected.

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Killexams : AVASOFT ISO/IES 27001:2015 Certified for Information Security Management System Certification (ISMS)

BLUE BELL, Pa., July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- AVASOFT, a NextGen products and solutions company, and an industry leader in accelerating the digital transformation for corporates and enterprises has earned ISO 27001:2013 certification for meeting the highest security requirements in the industry. With this certification, AVASOFT reaffirms its compliance with the highest standards of information security management and its potential to tackle new-age risks and vulnerabilities.

AVASOFT ISO 27001 Certified

ISO 27001:2013 is a global standard for information security, published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It empowers enterprises to manage the security of their information and assets. With more than 100+ requirements, this certification provides a solid security management framework to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all corporate data like financial information, intellectual property, employee details, and HR processes.

"With the ever-changing digital landscape and enhanced information accessibility across multiple devices, adhering to the security standards can become tedious. With our deep expertise in threat intelligence and the cyber security landscape, we help enterprises adopt a security model that embraces 'Zero Trust' strategy. This ISO 27001:2013 certification reassures our partners, clients and prospects on the capabilities and expertise of our team in delivering robust cyber security solutions," said Hema Venkateshan, Cyber Security Practice Head. 


 AVASOFT, a NextGen products and solutions company with 14+ years of industry excellence, aims at accelerating the digital transformation of enterprises. We enable enterprise digital transformation by maximizing the ROI of modern workplace platforms (M365, Salesforce, ServiceNow), migrating from legacy data platforms to modern data landscape (Snowflake, Synapse, Databricks) with streaming solutions (PowerBI, Tableau, Qlik), and adopting cloud-native & DevOps practices(AWS, Azure, Containerization, Micro-frontend architecture). With our proprietary software delivery process called 'Vetri', we build future-ready organizations with the vision of a data-driven and customer-centric business model.

With a team of 1000+ members, AVASOFT unleashes the true potential of cutting-edge technologies to create maximum business impact. Headquartered in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, and Plano, Texas for the US, Toronto for Canada, and Chennai for the Asia Pacific, AVASOFT serves enterprises across the globe to shape the future of software. 

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Killexams : Talend Certified to Support Cloudera’s Hybrid Data Platform

SAN MATEO, Calif., July 20, 2022 — Talend, a global leader in data integration and data management, announced today enhanced support for Cloudera with the addition of a new certification for Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) on the Public Cloud, as well as CDP data services including Data Hub and Data Engineering. As a Cloudera Connect Certified Technology, Talend has been tested, validated, and certified to work with CDP. Talend provides Cloudera customers greater agility to manage healthy data more effectively and efficiently across on-premises and cloud, enabling analytics in an optimized modern cloud environment to achieve greater value from their data.

In addition to the new certifications, Talend adds native integrations with CDP Data Engineering, a serverless service that enables data teams to submit Spark jobs to an auto-scaling service. This removes the costly tasks of managing, configuring, and scaling clusters. This integration with Data Engineering creates greater agility and productivity as more time can be spent on application development and less on infrastructure.

“Our extended collaboration with Cloudera continues to focus on the needs of organizations looking to achieve maximum value from their data,” said Rolf Heimes, Global Head of Business Development at Talend. “With our combined technologies, we’ve created healthy data availability across public and private cloud environments to provide Cloudera customers a clear path to the cloud, along with managed scale and compute performance to support complex data needs.”

High volumes of data across cloud environments make it difficult for teams to manage healthy data processing. The combined Talend and Cloudera technologies offer businesses a single solution for all their data management needs—including batch, streaming, real-time data integration, data quality, and IoT — in the cloud and on-premises. Talend’s new certifications and integration provide Cloudera customers with a clear path for cloud migration and a lift and shift strategy.

“Cloudera Connect Technical Certifications empowers our trusted partners to help companies get all their data, no matter where it resides, into the hands of those who need it – because where data flows, ideas follow,” said Gary Green, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Cloudera.

CDP delivers the data services business needs, no matter where the data resides, through both public and private clouds. By simplifying operations, it reduces the time to onboard new use cases across the organization. The platform uses machine learning to intelligently autoscale workloads up and down for more cost-effective use of cloud infrastructure. With Cloudera’s Shared Data Experience (SDX), the security and governance capabilities in CDP, IT can confidently deliver secure analytics running against data anywhere. CDP manages data in any environment, including multiple public clouds, bare metal, private cloud, and hybrid cloud. The Cloudera Data Platform offers game-changing technology that lets companies harness diverse data to solve important business problems.

Businesses are using Talend solutions to ensure their data in Cloudera is complete, clean, uncompromised, and readily available to everyone who needs it throughout an organization. In addition to a unique combination of data integration and governance capabilities, Talend offers the Talend Trust Score which can automatically review, diagnose and resolve data integrity issues.

For more information on how Talend and Cloudera work together to help businesses streamline data management and processing to achieve data health, please visit here.

About Talend

Talend offers the only end-to-end platform that combines enterprise-grade data integration, integrity, and governance capabilities to unify data across any cloud, hybrid, or multi-cloud environment. With Talend’s no-code and low-code modules, data experts and business users actively collaborate to make data more discoverable, usable, and valuable organization-wide. Over 7,250 customers around the world rely on Talend for healthy data and a healthy business. Top analyst firms and industry media recognize Talend as a leader in data management software. For more information, please visit

Source: Talend

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