The United States has informed South Korea it will send strategic assets to a joint military exercise next month in the wake of last weekend's North Korean ballistic missile test. The North said the medium-range ballistic missile it tested Sunday was capable of carrying a nuclear payload. The Yonhap News Agency reported Tuesday the U.S. planned to send F-22 stealth fighters and a nuclear powered submarine for the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle exercises. "We are in talks with the U.S. to determine the size of U.S. strategic assets to be deployed and the range of their exposure to local media," the Ministry of National Defense said in a report to lawmakers, adding the "biggest-ever" joint exercise will show the North that the South and its allies are ready to combat Pyongyang's nuclear and missile threats. The KCNA news agency reported the North successfully test-fired a Pukguksong-2 solid-fuel ballistic missile, which traveled 300 miles before splashing down in international waters in the Sea of Japan.
Informatica, the enterprise cloud data management leader, announced the industry's most comprehensive enterprise-scale intelligent data catalog, enhanced with technology innovations and tight strategic-partner integrations. The Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog (EDC) creates a "catalog of catalogs" with AI-driven data discovery across multi-cloud and hybrid environments, providing broad metadata connectivity to support organizations in driving their data-driven digital transformations. By enabling easy discovery and understanding of data across the enterprise, the Informatica EDC allows enterprises to fully leverage their data for greater business insights and value. In addition, expanded integrations with Tableau, and new EDC metadata scanners for Delta Lake, the open source project from Databricks, and Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2, further enable Informatica EDC customers to build a strategic approach to analytics modernization. "As the strategic importance of enterprise data grows, data cataloging has become a foundational requirement for successful analytics initiatives, which is confirmed by the 110 percent year-over-year growth in Informatica's EDC customer base," said Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president and general manager, data integration, big data, and cloud, Informatica.
The Device Insights Data Scientist will provide insights and recommendations to solve business problems through the analysis of syndicated and customer-specific data. This position will report to the leader of Device Insights program at US Strategic Analytics Team (USAT). US Strategic Analytics Team (USAT) is Samsung's Center-of-Excellence that is driving the adoption of data driven decision making and product development across the company. This position will be responsible to utilize the unique data asset from Device Insights to leverage actual device usage data to solve business critical problems.
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