In this podcast, Jason Fedder, Ritu Kama, and Ted Willke from Intel describe the company’s new Intel Data Platform, a family of software for Big Data Analytics. “As big data shifts from hype to reality, Intel is helping to break down the barriers to adoption by easing complexity and creating more value,” said Boyd Davis, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Datacenter Software Division. “Much like an operating system for big data processing, the Intel Data Platform supports a wide variety of applications while providing improved security, reliability and peace of mind to customers using open source software.”
Guavus, the provider of big data analytics solutions, today announced a platform update that extends the power of real-time analytics applications throughout a virtual infrastructure. The Guavus Reflex™ Platform is an operational intelligence technology that can be deployed in virtualized service infrastructures to provide Communication Service Providers (CSPs) with critical customer information in real-time.
STRATA CONFERENCE 2014 COVERAGE MapR Technologies, Inc., a leader in Apache™ Hadoop® technology for Big Data deployments, announced at the O’Reilly Strata Conference 2014: Making Data Work, the availability of the MapR Sandbox for Hadoop, a virtualized environment containing MapR’s distribution for Apache Hadoop. The MapR Sandbox enables users to begin exploring and experimenting with […]
Today at the Strata conference in Santa Clara, Infochimps, a CSC Big Data Business, announced its Big Data Platform as-a-Service (PaaS) offering. This offering consists of an integrated open source-based Big Data Platform, in addition to global managed services, and a new suite of comprehensive consulting services.
Paxata, the Adaptive Data Preparation™ platform that rapidly connects, explores, transforms and combines data, announced at Strata Conference 2014 advances to its patent pending IntelliFusion™ engine that puts Big Data in its place. Data preparation has been a burden for businesses of all sizes and sectors, and a barrier to fast and impactful business intelligence. Paxata has worked hard to solve this challenge.
Zettaset announced today that the company has been awarded their first patent for “split brain resistant fail-over in high availability Hadoop clusters;” patent number 8,595,546; issued on November 26, 2013. Zettaset’s newly patented technology provides a future-proof approach to high-availability and ensures that automatic failover is applied to all services running in a Hadoop cluster, as well as any new Hadoop services that may be introduced in the future.
Our own Rich Brueckner will present on Big Data at the Technology Convergence Conference next week in Santa Clara, California. “While the term Big Data has become pervasive in Information Technology, many in the industry are still puzzled by how to make money from this phenomenon. In this talk, Brueckner will look at what’s really behind Big Data as an engine for change and describe case studies that are bringing the full potential of Big Data home.”
DataStax, the company that powers the online applications that transform business, today announced its partner program designed to increase adoption of DataStax Enterprise, the Apache Cassandra-based database used by more than 400 companies including more than 20 in the Fortune
100. The DataStax Partner Network (DSPN) is built around business collaborations with Solution, Application, Infrastructure and Ecosystem partners such as platinum members Accenture and Google Cloud Platform, as well as many others.