Big Data - What's Changed?
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Teradata spins off Starburst
Teradata has announced that it is spinning off the support and development of the Presto SQL on Hadoop engine, into a new company called Starburst Data.
TIBCO has announced the acquisition of Alpine Data. Last month it acquired Composite Software from Cisco and in the summer, it acquired Statistica. What's going on?
Pentaho and the development and maturing of business intelligence
A look at the journey that Pentaho have taken to develop the product to the level of its soon to be released Version 6,
Oracle announce new additions to Oracle Cloud Platform
At a live event On June 22nd 2015 Larry Ellison announced new additions to the Oracle Cloud Platform.
“Big Data” announcements
Companies are already making announcements ahead of next week's Strata conference.
ExtraHop goes one hop further taking wire data into Open Data Stream
ExtraHop Networks makes its structured wire data available to open big data repositories; it will soon add LOB data
Informatica: beyond integration
Informatica is building support for big data query preparation and self-service.
Whatever has happened to Acunu?
Acunu appears to have gone out of business. Except it hasn't. What is going on and why aren't they telling us?
RapidMiner – a potential game changer
Speeding up data mining without diminishing its predictive power is an elusive goal, but RapidMiner look like they have a game changer of a solution
Calpont InfiniDB version 4.0
Calpont has released version 4.0 of its warehouse. Major features include extended cloud support and open source licensing plus the ability to run on HDFS.
Taking the big out of data
RainStor has just announced v5.5. The main features are bringing security to Hadoop and much faster search.
Pentaho 4.8, a new release that focuses on Mobile BI and Big Data
Pentaho have a new release that continues to confirm them as a viable supplier on enterprise BI solutions
Coraid releases ZX-Series NAS – rides file data explosion into big data
Coraid's ZX-Series combines ZFS and scale-out Ethernet SAN to provide unified storage for cloud, video and big data workloads
IBM, Big Data, and its analytics solutions
My thoughts after being given an update on how IBM are progressing with the roll out of their BI and analytics suite following the recent spate of acquistions
IBM and big data: an introduction
IBM probably has the largest portfolio of products covering the big data space
Cloudera has been the default standard for enterprise Hadoop implementation but perhaps not any longer.
Columns aren’t enough anymore
Vendors are adding additional features over and above columns to get improved performance but does this mean that they are heading into a niche?