Amazon Web Services (AWS) now offers a hosted version copy of Revolution R Enterprise 7, providing an easy way for individuals and organizations to start and test their big-data-styled analysis projects.
The Academy Awards event was held yesterday here in Los Angeles, and there are those technology diehards who tried to combine the creative arts with data science. For example, Adam McCann of Dueling Data created an interactive dashboard showing predictions for the Oscars based on how well the candidates fared in earlier awards, such as the Golden Globes and the British Academy.
Here is an informative short video presentation from the recent Strata Conference 2014 in Santa Clara featuring Mike Hendrickson, VP Content Strategy over at O’Reilly Media interviewing Vince Dell’anno, Big Data Lead for Accenture. The discussion centers around big data trends such as what types of organizations tend to need big data technology more than […]
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“Kiuwan does automatic code review based on static analysis in the cloud. It is SaaS model, as opposed to other software quality solutions based in code analysis that are on-premise and very expensive to implement, Kiuwan is an affordable solution in the cloud. We are the Salesforce.com of software quality.”
MapR Technologies, Inc., the leader in Apache™ Hadoop® technology for Big Data deployments, recently announced the early access release of the new HP Vertica Analytics Platform on MapR. 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.
Looker, a business analytics software company, today announced its enhanced Looker Datafold Engine, with support for persistent derived tables to deliver faster, more meaningful business insights. Persistent derived tables rely on Looker’s in-database architecture to empower data analysts and reduce their workloads.