Hortonworks®, the leading contributor to and provider of enterprise Apache™ Hadoop®, today announced an expansion of the Hortonworks Certified Technology Program.
IBM has been awarded a patent for a technique that combines Big Data from multiple cloud services with locally-stored business data.
A new breed of database systems have emerged to address Big Data and the limitations of traditional database systems by merging the capabilities of SQL and NoSQL systems into a technology platform more commonly referred to as NewSQL.
Todd Goldman, VP and General Manager for Enterprise Data Integration at Informatica gave an excellent talk at this year’s DataWeek explaining how big data and Hadoop will “cross the chasm” from experimentation to mainstream.
50 percent of survey respondents say that costume that best describes their organization’s enterprise information is “Harry Potter – a rising wizard filled with potential but facing many challenges.”
The SAP Startup Focus Program is gaining a lot of traction among big data startups across the globe as the company continues to build a strong ecosystem around its in-memory computing platform, SAP HANA.
The new venture called Data Elite was launched with the goal of providing investments, free working space and expert and practical counsel to data-centric startups.
In the age of Big Data, enterprises need to find new, more efficient ways to control the costs and mitigate the risks associated with the eDiscovery process.
BizCloud will be both exhibiting and presenting at DataWeek 2013 Conference, while our BizCloud Network media team will be on site to cover the best of discussions, technologies, and innovative tools presented during the show.
Wikibon.org recently surveyed close to 100 big data practitioners and found that almost half (46%) have only realized partial value from their Big Data deployments.
The worldwide Hadoop market was worth $1.5 billion in 2012 and is forecasted to reach $20.9 billion in 2018, achieving compounded annual growth rate of close to 55% from 2012 to 2018, according to a new report by Transparency Market Research.
Venture firm Accel Partners has raised another $100 million big data fund to invest in companies focused on building data driven software.
In order to extract value from extremely large volumes of multi-structured data from multiple different sources, companies need advanced big data applications that will enable them to quickly access and analyze that data.
Many marketers are still puzzled by big data and are just starting to formulate a road map to tackle the challenge of utilizing this data for intelligent marketing interactions.