- August 30, 2017
In this Talking Data podcast, TechTarget editors discuss Hadoop's future, IBM's decision to resell the Hortonworks distribution of the open source technology and other big data issues.
- July 31, 2017
Data management startup Dremio has aimed its Apache Arrow expertise at the problem of self-service data delivery. In-column caches and optimization speed queries across varied data stores.
- July 24, 2017
In many organizations, chief data officer jobs centered on defense against risk are giving way to ones emphasizing innovation. To do so, CDOs must nurture a data culture, MIT panelists said.
- July 10, 2017
MongoDB targets better dashboard visualization with MongoDB Charts, which adds another means for business users trying to look into their NoSQL data pools.
- June 30, 2017
The quest for the agile database is putting developers in the forefront and has some DBA tasks moving to the development groups, according to panelists at a conference in Boston.
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- June 29, 2017
With the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation looming on the horizon, companies -- including many in the U.S. -- need to get going on required data governance upgrades.
- June 23, 2017
MongoDB has expanded cloud coverage for its Atlas hosted database service, with Azure and Google versions joining an initial AWS-based offering to give users a choice on cloud platforms.
- June 20, 2017
IBM pulled the plug on its distribution of Hadoop in favor of reselling Hortonworks' bundle of big data technologies, a decision that reduces the number of Hadoop vendors to four.
- May 31, 2017
Deep learning applications often require a mix of data, and assorted preprocessing techniques. That makes data preparation a priority, and conventional machine learning may have a role to play.
- May 12, 2017
Kafka is a linchpin in many on-premises big data pipelines. Now, software vendor Confluent is offering a Kafka cloud service to ease use of the messaging and data streaming system in the cloud.
- April 28, 2017
Data lakes offer a more expansive alternative to data warehouses for analytics uses. TDWI analyst Philip Russom offers advice on how to get things right in a data lake architecture.
- April 28, 2017
Systems of engagement represent a hotbed of activity in data management these days. Flexibility and scalability are watchwords.
- April 20, 2017
Corporate users are becoming more open to deploying big data systems with Apache Spark in the cloud, Databricks CEO Ali Ghodsi says in a Q&A on the open source processing platform.
- April 14, 2017
Software containers encapsulate complexity and ease deployment, two traits that are helping to elicit growing interest in using them as part of big data systems.
- March 31, 2017
Fitness company Beachbody set up a data lake system in the AWS cloud to support big data analytics applications after deciding that an on-premises deployment would be too complicated.