Too many big data initiatives are science projects that take months of effort, risk failure and require highly trained data scientists with scarce skills. According to a CSC survey, 55 percent of big data projects aren’t completed and many others fall short of their objectives.Read more...
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This week we saw a number of stories unfolding from companies like Dell, which is pushing its data warehousing appliance for mid-market customers; Convey, which gave big data genomics a GPU boost for Iowa State University; more genomics news from Intel; as well as some key announcements from smaller companies seeking to alleviate data-intensive computing burdens for those in financial services and government….
This week we look to Dell, which is showing off its ARM strength for the needs of Hadoop and web-scale customers, look to Cloudera’s capacity to handle the unending streams of social data, test the transaction speed processing waters and find new developments from the visualization side of the fence….
On tap for our summary of items this week we have details from the edges of genomics research, to the sad state of data protection, and the scoop on a new program that would make Stan Lee proud. We also address recent info about how to scrub dirty data, in addition to some recent big data IPO activity and new concepts that are reshaping data-intensive enterprise computing. Whew…
As Dr. Anatol Blass writes, a new bottleneck that has emerged in the fight against childhood cancer–at least from a computational standpoint. Researchers are drowning in data and the trick is how to efficiently manage the volume and complexity of that data while making it secure yet accessible to many…..
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According to Dell, data agnosticism is central to getting organizations from data to analysis quicker. We caught up with Joanna Schloss, product marketing manager at Dell, who explained why.
In the wake of today’s news of massive layoffs at HP and dismal returns on expectations at other mainstream IT giants, including Dell, it seemed fitting to look at the ways the needs of businesses and consumers are shifting from the era of the machine to that of the data-driven…
Climate and atmospheric data is the key to solving complex global warming mysteries, understanding weather and global climate trends, and interpreting atmospheric events and their implications. As the number of sources grow, resources like Europe’s “super-data-cluster” the….
If this is indeed the “Year of Hadoop” then it stands to reason this should also be the year of Hadoop-flavored events. In true form, Hadoop conferences in 2012 are growing in number, as are user groups, training sessions and workshops to….
Life sciences research and development professionals are among the first to claim an insatiable need for robust management, storage and compute resources. According to one researcher, the cloud and new research groups are providing valuable partnerships that are making personalized medicine a reality.
This Just In
Dell today announced the acquisition of StatSoft, a leading provider of advanced analytics solutions that deliver a wide range of data mining, predictive analytics and data visualization capabilities. StatSoft combines comprehensive statistical analysis with advanced analytics to help organizations better understand their businesses, predict change, increase agility and control critical systems.
Nexenta, the global leader of Software-Defined Storage (SDS) (#softwaredefinedstorage) solutions, today announced it will showcase its enterprise class, hardware-independent storage software at the Dell World IT Conference in Austin, TX, December 11 – 13, Kiosk #1E2B.
Dell World is a critical venue that will address the future direction of IT for global enterprises. Dell servers are ideal for Altibase to further grow its innovative In-Memory solutions in today’s demanding data-centric world. The event will showcase Altibase’s maturity, reliability and unmatched expertise in the In-Memory Database field.