Amazon re:Invent is always a rewarding experience, providing not only opportunities to demonstrate Panoply’s automated data warehouse solutions to thousands of IT professionals, but also to gather feedback from industry professionals, as a means to gauge cloud-industry trends and understand the market’s most pressing needs. In that spirit, the company conducted a survey during our […]
This 21 page ebook will teach you how to address, avoid, and fix the main challenges that come up in Data Science Laboratory Environments.
This white paper provides an overview of in-memory computing technology with a focus on in-memory data grids. It discusses the advantages and uses of in-memory data grids and introduces the GridGain In-Memory Data Fabric. Finally, it presents a deep dive on the capabilities of the GridGain solution. To learn more download this white paper.
In this white paper you will learn more about the aspects of in-memory computing in more detail and describe how the society of the future will depend on the capabilities it provides. Over the next few years, in-memory computing technology will be an integral part of changes that are dramatically transforming the world.
Whether you’re upgrading your current solution or rolling out a brand new platform, planning and executing an analytics workload today requires answering many tough questions.
This eBook from O’Reilly shares:
• How to choose between a data lake or analysis on the fly
• Tips on finding front-end tools that delight users
• Evaluations of hundreds of permutations of technology stacks
• Advice on how to make data your endgame, not opinion
Predictive maintenance involves gathering targeted data for analysis, the results of which will help anticipate potential failures before they occur. Companies opt for this type of maintenance to avoid predictable incidents and repair equipment, assembly lines, or machinery with minimum impact on their operations. “Having to repair a faulty product is disastrous for a manufacturer’s brand image. But shutting down […]
Should the data warehouse be deployed on the cloud? IDC addresses this question on a regular basis. As adoption of cloud software increases, organizations of all sizes across industries and geographic regions are evaluating and assessing the opportunities and challenges of deploying software on the cloud. Data warehousing solutions are no exception to this trend.
With a traditional data warehouse powering big data, it’s not unusual for data loads and complex queries to run for days, which hinders the analytical process. Plus, these data warehouse environments are often designed to analyze structured data only, and not valuable unstructured data generated from new external sources such as social media and mobile computing.
This paper provides the definitive guide on the critical areas of importance to bring data lake organization, governance, and security to the forefront of the conversation.
This Checklist Report discusses what your enterprise should consider before diving into a data lake project, no matter if it’s your first or second or even third major data lake project. Presumably, adherence to these principles will become second nature to the data lake team and they will even improve upon them at some point.