When one of my favorite independent tech book publishers, No Starch Press, notified me about their new title “Doing Math with Python,” I was energized to review what potentially could be a good new resource for budding data scientists.
For those unfamiliar with Redis, it is an open source, in-memory data structure server. Originally conceived to solve a problem that required speed and simplicity, it soon became clear that Redis had applications far beyond its original intent. Redis has since grown to include many data structures that resolve very complex programming problems with simple commands executed within the data store.
Cloudera, provider of the data management and analytics platform built on Apache Hadoop and the latest open source technologies, announced the availability of Cloudera Enterprise 5.5. This release continues to improve the performance, security, and functionality of analytics on Hadoop and includes the limited beta release of Cloudera Navigator Optimizer for improved workload performance and efficiency.
Sisense, a leader in simplifying business analytics for complex data, announced the launch of Sisense version 6. This new version of its business analytics software solution significantly expands Sisense’s advanced analytics capabilities, as well as furthers the platform’s ability to integrate across the business analytics ecosystem.