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.
Couchbase announced general availability of Couchbase Mobile 1.2, a new release that makes it easier for enterprises and developers to build always available mobile applications.
As the 2016 Super Bowl approaches, many are asking whether 39-year-old Peyton Manning can still win the game. Using Tableau Public, data author Jess Minton provides a useful data visualization that includes QB performance statistics by age.
In this special guest feature, Matt Bencke, CEO and co-founder of Spare5, sheds light on how “Data Jedis,” aka those that can translate and manage Big Data, will be the ones welding light sabers in 2016.
Leading up to and during Super Bowl 50, KPI dashboards leader Geckoboard has put together a compelling game analytics site HERE. The metrics include social sentiment analysis, daily social mentions for each QB and each team, and a feed of all the latest Superbowl news and tweets.
According to a new report published by Allied Market Research titled, “World Hadoop Market – Opportunities and Forecasts 2014–2021,” the global Hadoop market is expected to garner revenue of $84.6 billion by 2021, registering a CAGR of 63.4% during 2016 to 2021.
Syncfusion, Inc., a developer solutions company, announced the production release of the Syncfusion Big Data Platform, a collection of big data tools and frameworks that now includes support for Apache Spark, Apache HBase, and Scientific Python. It is also the first and only Hadoop distribution designed for Windows.