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Big Data - What's Innovative?

This page shows up to 100 pieces of content which have been tagged Innovative (newest at the top):

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TigerGraph is a graph database that has just been formally released. It is targeted at real-time graph analytics.
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Informatica update

Informatica continues to innovate
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Pentaho 7.1 a point release but one that Sparks my interest

A Point Release of the Pentaho BI stack that is worthy of attention
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SAS goes open

SAS is being innovative in a number of areas, not least of which is opening up to other languages
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ERwin runs free - just in time to take on the GDPR problem, perhaps

ERwin has just been spun out from CA Technologies
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Guavus – Using analytics to achieve the impossible dream of making cuts without detrimental impact.

Guavus - use analytics to determine the real impact of both investments and cuts. Enabling cost savings which do not impair the customer experience !
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Bringing governance to big data

IBM and Informatica have both just come out with big data integration and governance products
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Hadoop Appliances and Teradata

This paper discusses the use of Hadoop-based appliances and then specific features of the Teradata Appliance for Hadoop.
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Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Kerberos R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn - translation: "In his house at R'lyeh dead Kerberos waits dreaming".

Security is important for Hadoop data resources. This means that you must come to grips with Kerberos.
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Apache Trafodion DBMS - Innovation for Big Data with SQL access to Hadoop.

Apache is going to offer a lot more than just Hadoop analytics processing, with a database that can federate OLTP and big data analytics.
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ParStream and the edge

The Internet of Things will require distributed stream-based computing: ParStream is a pioneer in this area.
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The wanton stings and motion of the sense

Savi is a specialist provider of IoT (Internet of Things) sensor-based analytics.
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By our first strange and fatal interview

I recently shared a webcast with the CIO of Informatica
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IBM: enhanced 360° view

This paper briefly considers relevant IBM technologies and solutions in the context of the requirements discussed
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Turning the Internet into a corporate database

Bitvore provides the ability to capture fresh data from the Internet and use it as a corporate asset
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The gazelle leaps into action

Springbok is a data preparation platform for business users.
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Arria: wow!

Arria doesn't just analyse data for you, it presents the results, with recommendations, in natural language.
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How do you map a sphere to a plane?

SpaceCurve looks like the sine qua non of geo-spatial databases.
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Taming the data preparation beast

Data preparation is emerging as a market in support of data scientists. Tamr is the new kid on the block but its antecedents suggest that it will be successful
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SBS VALID: business intelligence or search?

There are a number of search/BI tools but SBS VALID is unique (I think) in being based on graph technology - and that provides significant advantages
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Try wrangling your data

Data preparation is the biggest part (around 80%) of and data discovery/mining exercise. Trifacta specialises in making this easy in a big data world.
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Embarcadero acquires ERwin – more news

Embarcadero comments on acquisition
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Purview transforms your network into a corporate asset capable of improving your business performance.

Purview from Extreme Networks offers a probably unique insight capability sitting on top of your corporate network
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Cloud computing – is it a billing thing?

Actian exploits its ParAccel, Pervasive Software and Versant Corporation acquisition as two new cloud offerings.
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Taking the big out of data

RainStor has just announced v5.5. The main features are bringing security to Hadoop and much faster search.
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Calling a spade a spade

Preventative maintenance and asset optimisation are not the same thing
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Is data warehousing holding back the advance of analytics?

I take a look at Pervasive's DataRush, potentially the most disruptive idea in analytics since Bill Inmon told us to build data warehouses.
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Federating Big Data

Cirro has introduced a data federation solution designed for big data. It could give the established vendors a run for their money.
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Continuous Business Intelligence and Big Data - Using CEP for real-time continuous queries

There are a lot of start-ups trying to link CEP to Big Data but it is likely that the major vendors will push them out of the way.
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Breakthrough and instrumented applications

The sort of data that is common in big data scenarios can be exploited in other ways too
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Informix revived

Informix is targeting time-series based (instrumented) applications
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Building Breakthrough Applications

A breakthrough application changes the way that the user does his work. It doesn't just automate processes: it innovates and alters them, often radically.
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Connexica CXAIR

CXAIR is a BI tool that supports queries against both structured and unstructured data
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BI for hybrid (big) data

How do you combine structured and unstructured data for query purposes?
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