Tag: SAP

Playing Stadium Tycoon with HANA and Hadoop

Oct 3, 2013 |

In the video game Roller Coaster Tycoon, players would build and manage an amusement park while being able to see the thoughts of their patrons in real time as they walk through and experience the park. Through social media, Hadoop, and HANA, the software giant SAP says the same type of interaction can be created in the real world.

Putting Some Real Time Sting into Hive

Mar 19, 2013 |

A coalition of Hive community enthusiasts report that they have achieved a 45x performance increase for Apache Hive through an effort they have branded “The Stinger Initiative.” The group says they are aiming at 100x improvement.

Big Data in the Big Game

Feb 1, 2013 |

While the NFL is often considered only as a sporting entity, it is important to remember that it is also a multi-billion dollar business. And like any other multi-billion dollar business, they need to use analytics to connect with their fans and please their customers.

Sapping Accident Insight from Big Data

Jan 25, 2013 |

The second season of the television show “Breaking Bad” led to a dramatic mid-air plane crash above Albuquerque. That crash happened because of a single mistake by an air traffic controller that guided two planes into one another. To help curb those and other far less dramatic accidents, SAP developed their Incident Management rapid-deployment system. SAP VPs of Sustainable Products James Farrar and Jeremiah Stone spoke to Datanami this week about their new platform.

This Week’s Big Data Big Five

Oct 18, 2012 |

Some vendors are getting a leg up on the competition by announcing their updates and roll-outs ahead of the HadoopWorld event crowd, including Hortonworks, Panasas, Alpine Data, SAP and others–all of which are finding new and interesting ways to….

Helping the Government Survive the Data Tsunami

Oct 8, 2012 |

TechAmerica published a report to guide government agencies in developing a big data strategy. The report identified educating data scientists and implementing precise data management solutions for particular use cases as important for government agencies.

SAP Signals Spawn of In-Memory Era

Sep 18, 2012 |

When talking about big data, one can analyze a relatively small amount of data really quickly, or build something like a Hadoop cluster and analyze a lot of data over a long period of time.“Today we are living in a world of compromises,” said SAP’s Pushkar Bhat at a SAP…

In-Memory Tweaks Boost Proteomics Research

Sep 4, 2012 |

From genome sequencing to mass spectrometry to collect information for proteomics work, researchers have honed the craft of data collection for the life sciences—now the real questions of large-scale analysis are foremost on the minds of many in this…

This Week’s Big Data Big Five

Aug 3, 2012 |

This week we swoop in over Cray’s headquarters in Seattle, where all is uncharacteristically bright and sunny, look into what DDN is doing to simplify big data storage, gaze briefly at Actian Corporation and its…

Pulling Big Insurance Into the In-Memory Fold

May 22, 2012 |

SAS, SAP and others are at the forefront of delivering their message about the speed and scalability powers of in-memory platforms for businesses that require near real-time operations on massive, diverse data sets–both running within Hadoop and popular databases. This week SAS reached out to the insurance…