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The “Internet of Everything” is being touted as the largest technology market in history, with over $14 trillion at stake. It’s expected to usher in automation in nearly all fields with Big Data analysis revealing insights that businesses can harness in countless and exciting new ways. We hear about smart homes, smart grids, smart cities, smart healthcare, and even smart cows, as farmers are now equipping their herds with sensors that alert them if a cow gets lost or Read more…
The founders and investors in Hortonworks got an early Christmas present today when the company raised about $100 million in its first day of trading on the NASDAQ exchange. As the first Hadoop distributor to go public, Hortonworks’ IPO will shine the spotlight on the fast-growing Hadoop software stack and ecosystem. While Hadoop is a household word for those working in the big data bubble, it’s a foreign concept to people living in the real world. That could change in Read more…
An axiom of big data say that, as data volume and complexity grows, it becomes harder for organizations to extract meaning from the data. One solution to this dilemma that is gaining momentum is data blending, which provides a new real-time, analytics-oriented twist on the batch-oriented ETL data integration processes of old.
Hewlett-Packard was a little late to the big data party, which it entered in June with HAVEn, a collection of data analysis products it sells to customers directly and through system integrators and resellers. This week the company attempted to demonstrate that it’s caught up, as evidenced by the 120 partners it’s signed on to build and deliver HAVEn applications, as well as the availability of a new cloud-based version of HAVEn.
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Hewlett-Packard has rolled out a batch of big data analytics and services aimed at business intelligence applications and designed to lower IT costs. “Organizations are looking for solutions that let them aggregate data from multiple sources—such as social media and machine-generated data— to draw meaningful insights to increase the speed of service delivery and improve end-user satisfaction while reducing potential business disruptions and service outages,” Roy Ritthaler, an HP vice president for IT operations management, noted in a statement announcing Read more…
Not long ago, the rules for what constituted a data warehouse were fairly well defined. The schema was fixed, you could say, and was based primarily on relational database technology designed to process structured data. My, how times have changed. Last week, Gartner for the first time accepted non-relational technologies–including those based on Hadoop and NoSQL–in its annual Magic Quadrant for Data Warehouses report.
There are no free lunches in big data analytics. But Hewlett-Packard is making sure there’s plenty of free software to go around with Vertica Marketplace, a new website unveiled today that allows users to browse and download software from HP and its partners. The company also debuted three free add-ons for its column-oriented data store that deliver capabilities in the areas of geospatial tracking, running big R workloads, and sentiment analysis.
IBM is throwing a “Big Data Event” on April 30, and the effort to promote it is already in full force. The company has taken a special interest in big data over the last couple of years, summarizing their efforts in a video on next week’s event.
HP has been making a lot of noise in the big data space, especially with their Vertica platform and this week’s launch of HP Moonshot. As such, Colin Mahoney, General Manager of HP Vertica, participated in the Bloomberg Big Data Conference in Washington D.C., where he discussed how Vertica has revamped HP.
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HP today unveiled HP ConvergedSystem for SAP HANA, a portfolio of integrated systems that are purpose-built to deliver clients a fast path to value when using the SAP HANA platform.
HP Autonomy today announced a new self-service analytics platform that gives healthcare providers a comprehensive and contextualized understanding of all forms of clinical data, including unstructured human information.
MapR Technologies, Inc., the leader in Apache Hadoop technology for Big Data deployments, today announced the early access release of the new HP Vertica Analytics Platform on MapR at the O’Reilly Strata Conference: Making Data Work. This high-performance, interactive SQL-on-Hadoop solution tightly integrates HP Vertica’s high-performance analytic platform directly on MapR’s enterprise-grade distribution for Hadoop.
HP today launched the HP Vertica Marketplace, an online destination for developers, HP Vertica users and technology partners to create and sell innovative big data analytics solutions built for the HP Vertica Analytics Platform.
Avnet Technology Solutions, the global IT solutions distribution leader and an operating group of Avnet, Inc., today unveiled its Healthcare Analytics Platform which will initially run HP’s HAVEn big data architecture.