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Hidden Anomalies No Match for LivePerson’s Machine Learning Engine

LivePerson knows a thing or two about customer service. After all, the company runs the global chat and messaging infrastructure that connects 18,000 businesses like Citibank and Home Depot with millions of their own cus Read more…

AWS Partner Ryft Leverages Cloud FPGAs

As more data moves to the cloud, analytics vendors are also embracing new cloud technologies designed to boost performance for emerging workloads such as business intelligence. With that in mind, analytics specialist Read more…

Elastic Stack Searches for Bigger Data Problems

Elastic is best known as the commercial vendor behind Elasticsearch, the open source search engine that's widely used around the world. But with this month's release of Elastic Stack V5, the company is staking a claim wi Read more…

Elastic Gives Search Engine a Graph Option

Elastic today announced that it's added a graph query engine to Elasticsearch engine users now have the option of using their search indexes as the basis for conducting graph analyses. The new option will make it relativ Read more…

Teradata Puts Aster in Hadoop for IoT Analytics

The Internet of Things (IoT) is simultaneously a colossal data management challenge and the analytic opportunity of a lifetime. Teradata (NYSE: TDC) addressed both of those today with two product announcements, including Read more…

MapR Targets Hadoop’s Batch Constraints with 5.0

Hadoop has been largely batch-oriented up to this point, but that's changing as companies figure out how to exploit big data for competitive advantage. One vendor that's looking to accelerate the change is MapR Technolog Read more…

Basho Goes Vertical with Big Data Stack

Basho Technologies made a name for itself in the NoSQL database world by developing a scalable key-value store called Riak that's used by the likes of Time Warner, The Weather Company, and Comcast. Today the company disc Read more…

Solr or Elasticsearch–That Is the Question

That is the common question I hear: Which one is better, Solr or Elasticsearch? Which one is faster?  Which one scales better?  Which one can do X, and Y, and Z?  Which one is easier to manage?  Which one should we u Read more…

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