Our friends over at Datameer just released a fascinating new infographic focusing on how crucial big data analytics is to brands. By tuning into the customers’ journeys using analytics, brands are able to learn what motivates their customers, and how they can optimize their strategy to best reach their customers and ultimately increase loyalty.
Datameer, an end-to-end big data analytics application for the Hadoop ecosystem, today introduced Datameer 5.0 with Smart Execution, a new patent-pending technology that intelligently and dynamically selects the best-of-breed compute framework at each step in the big data analytics process.
One of the attractions of the Hadoop Summit 2014 was the Big Data & Brews interview series – “Live from Hadoop Summit.” These short, well-focused discussions always provide good light into important industry trends. In the episode below, the conversation turns to the subject of SQL on Hadoop. Stefan Groschupf, the CEO of Datameer, recorded a special interview with Ovum analyst Tony Baer who gave his thoughts on the topic.
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MapR Technologies, Inc., provider of a leading distribution for Apache Hadoop, today launched at Hadoop Summit the industry’s first Hadoop application gallery. Launching with solutions from a wide range of Hadoop ecosystem partners, the MapR App Gallery is designed to help customers derive greater business value from big data as they scale-out their enterprise data architectures.
“Datameer is all about providing a self-service, end-to-end experience for big data analytics on Hadoop. From data integration to analytics to visualization, we are wizard-led, point-and-click. Most recently we announced our Smart Analytics module, which allows business users to use data mining algorithms through a drag and drop UI. These new capabilities complement what data scientists are doing and enable business analysts to take advantage of advanced algorithms without involving IT.”
Big Data & Brews reminds me of the good old pre-dotcom-bubble days when I used to attend many networking events over at the Westwood Brewery near UCLA. Those were heady days. It was beer and tech back then as it seems to be today. Now, instead of meeting up in person, you can enjoy contemporary discussions of the big data industry by watching the host, Datameer CEO Stephan Groschupf, and his guest in an informal pub atmosphere.