The third quarter showed clear signs of Hadoop’s maturation and the industry’s maturity in working with it. Meanwhile, megavendors continued to build out their big data and analytics portfolios.
http://blogs.barrons.com/techtraderdaily/2013/10/15/teradata-plunges-17-on-q3-warning-is-it-economics-or-hadoop/?mod=BOLBlog I think this is more about Hadoop and other emerging technologies than the analysts quoted here are willing to admit. Why…
Teradata has upped the capabilities of its Teradata Aster big data platform by adding in a native graph-processing engine called SQL-GR. Not…
Teradata introduces a new high-speed data-warehouse appliance and announces the ability to use insights from Hadoop as part of analysis in a data-warehouse appliance.
Northwestern University is doing its bit to feed the need for analytics skills in this era of big data. NU’s McCormick School of Engineering launched a new Master of Science degree in analytics and is accepting applications for the inaugural class.
The great things about open source software stacks is that they’re free and they work. The not-so-great thing is that — like many open source projects — they can be difficult to configure and manage. Luckily, hardware vendors are stepping in to fill the void.
Data isn’t the solution to business problems. Pulling data into applications and using it to make decisions and improve the user experience is the way to solve business problems said Jim Baum, the CEO of Netezza, at Structure Big Data.
Data warehousing giant Teradata today agreed to acquire Aster Data, a data analytics provider, proving that it’s no longer enough to be able to store and access a lot of data quickly, one must also be able to analyze it quickly. But now, who’s left.
Data warehousing firm Teradata said it will buy cloud-based integrated marketing software provider Aprimo for $525 million. The deal will help Teradata bolster its analytics and business intelligence services by adding Aprimo’s suite of integrated marketing applications to help enterprises wrangle their stored data for profits.
Nearly 75-days after it acquired Greenplum, Hopkinton, Mass-based storage giant EMC Corp. is launching a new data-warehousing appliance, taking on established giants, Oracle, Teradata and Netezza. The new Appliance is built using Greenplum Database 4.0 and it uses a system built with 16 Intel processors.
With the firehose of information enabled by Facebook, location based services, and other forms of social media, the era of Big Data is upon us. But in the next decade much of that data won’t come from social networks, but rather, from sensor networks.
Boxee CEO Avner Ronen stopped by our NewTeeVee Live conference last week to officially announce the first Boxee-branded hardware, a set-top box…
Across most organizations and all industries, data is exploding at an exponential rate, and CIOs are being tasked with making sense of all this information. The problem is that, often, these repositories are siloed within individual departments — pockets within the organization have their own copy of the data, each holding slightly different information. By consolidating that data into a single location, businesses can better protect and monetize it.
[qi:110] Aster Data Systems, a Redwood City, Calif-based startup that makes data warehousing software, has raised $12 million in new funding from…