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Analytics users look to benefit from graph databases

Graph databases are finding a place in analytics applications at organizations that need to be able to map and understand the connections in large and varied data sets.

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New CEO to take Teradata architecture toward cloud

Cloud architecture and AI data preparation are top innovation priorities for new Teradata CEO and president Oliver Ratzesberger. He talks about his goals in this Q&A.

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Open data efforts stymied by government shutdown

The Data.gov shutdown shows that, as open data can be turned off, data professionals may need to consider alternative sources for the kinds of data the government offers.

New Cloudera counts on AI, unified platform

Two wunderkinds of Hadoop have formalized their merger. Cloudera and Hortonworks say they will place special focus on AI as they chart the stand-alone vendor's future.

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    New CEO to take Teradata architecture toward cloud

    Cloud architecture and AI data preparation are top innovation priorities for new Teradata CEO and president Oliver Ratzesberger. He talks about his goals in this Q&A.

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    Open data efforts stymied by government shutdown

    The Data.gov shutdown shows that, as open data can be turned off, data professionals may need to consider alternative sources for the kinds of data the government offers.

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    New Cloudera counts on AI, unified platform

    Two wunderkinds of Hadoop have formalized their merger. Cloudera and Hortonworks say they will place special focus on AI as they chart the stand-alone vendor's future.

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