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Why 2018 Will Be All About the Data

Jan 4, 2018 |

Since big data roared onto the public stage in 2012, we’ve seen an accelerating pace of technological progress and prowess. Along with it, tech trends have come and gone. Once a rising star, Hadoop is now settling into a supporting data role while AI now soaks up all the attention. Read more…

2018 Predictions: Opening the Big Data Floodgates

Dec 19, 2017 |

The pace of innovation in big data today is exceeded only by the actual volume of data generated. So how will the industry respond to the opportunities and challenges posed by huge pipes of data that will be opened up in 2018? Read more…

Big Data Speaks: 10 Industry Predictions for 2017

Dec 22, 2016 |

What will happen in big data and advanced analytics next year? Nobody really knows. While crystal balls are generally unreliable indicators of future events, it’s never stopped us from trying to see into the future anyway. Read more…

No Sign of Big Data Spending Slowdown, Vendors Say

Oct 5, 2016 |

Gartner turned some heads yesterday with a new study that found fewer companies had plans to invest in big data projects over the next two years. But executives with Cloudera, Teradata, Databricks, and others say they’re seeing a continued expansion in advanced analytic projects, even if they’re not called “big data.” Read more…

What’s Driving the Rise of Real-Time Analytics

Sep 15, 2015 |

Hadoop gave us a taste of the types of insights big data analytics can deliver, and provided a competitive advantage to early adopters. But as data volumes grow, as the time-to-insight window shrinks, and as technology continues to improve, companies who wish to remain competitive will have no choice but to adopt real-time analytics. Read more…

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Hortonworks Splits ‘Core’ Hadoop from Extended Services

Mar 1, 2016 |

Hortonworks today announced a major change to the way it distributes its Hadoop software. Going forward, Hortonworks plans to update “core Hadoop” components like HDFS, MapReduce, and YARN just once a year in accordance with guidance from the Open Data Platform initiative (ODPi), while “extended services” Read more…

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