In the contributed feature below, Chris Volinsky, Assistant Vice President of Big Data Research at AT&T Labs talks about how open source is driving new innovations in data analytics.
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In this special guest feature, Marcus Phipps, Director of Data Center Solutions Marketing at Cisco, discusses perishable data which can most easily be described as data with a shelf life – unless is it acted upon in the moment, it serves little purpose sitting in your data center.
Talend, a global leader in big data integration software, today introduced Talend Data Preparation, a self-service application that enables business users to simplify and expedite the often laborious and time consuming process of data wrangling or the data manipulation and analysis tasks that are often performed using spreadsheets.
SAS and OSIsoft are showcasing how predictive analytics from SAS and infrastructure-management software from OSIsoft can transform asset data from IoT connected devices into an optimized grid with the Salt River Project powered by SAS.
Above the Trend Line: machine learning industry rumor central, is a new recurring feature of insideBIGDATA. In this column, we present a variety of short news items such as people movements, funding news, rumors and general scuttlebutt floating around the big data, data science and machine learning industries including behind-the-scenes anecdotes and curious buzz.
In this special guest feature, Marius Moscovici, founder and CEO of Metric Insights, explores data anomalies and what they mean for business intelligence. He also provides business leaders with four strategies for how to find and interpret their data anomalies.
OpsClarity, the intelligent web-scale applications monitoring company, announced that its Intelligent Monitoring solution now provides monitoring for the growing and popular suite of open source data processing frameworks.
SOASTA, a leader in performance analytics, unveiled the results of its 2016 Super Bowl Second Screen Survey¹, examining online and mobile habits and preferences of Americans watching this year’s Super Bowl, as well as their thoughts on which professional football playoff team has the most obnoxious fans.
In the contributed article below, Isabelle Nuage, Director of Product Marketing at Talend highlights how big data will impact the super bowl.