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How Automation Helps You Exploit the Value in Big Data

In this sponsored post, Simon Shah spearheads marketing at Redwood Software to support continued market growth and innovation for their cloud-based IT and business process automation solutions. He believes that by using automation to collect and manage your big data processes, you will truly exploit its value for the business.

Analyze-then-Store: The Journey to Continuous Intelligence – Part 6

This multi-part article series by our friends at Swim is intended for data architects and anyone else interested in learning how to design modern real-time data analytics solutions. It explores key principles and implications of event streaming and streaming analytics, and concludes that the biggest opportunity to derive meaningful value from data – and gain continuous intelligence about the state of things – lies in the ability to analyze, learn and predict from real-time events in concert with contextual, static and dynamic data. This article series places continuous intelligence in an architectural context, with reference to established technologies and use cases in place today.

Analyze-then-Store: The Journey to Continuous Intelligence – Part 5

This multi-part article series by our friends at Swim is intended for data architects and anyone else interested in learning how to design modern real-time data analytics solutions. It explores key principles and implications of event streaming and streaming analytics, and concludes that the biggest opportunity to derive meaningful value from data – and gain continuous intelligence about the state of things – lies in the ability to analyze, learn and predict from real-time events in concert with contextual, static and dynamic data. This article series places continuous intelligence in an architectural context, with reference to established technologies and use cases in place today.

Analyze-then-Store: The Journey to Continuous Intelligence – Part 4

This multi-part article series by our friends at Swim is intended for data architects and anyone else interested in learning how to design modern real-time data analytics solutions. It explores key principles and implications of event streaming and streaming analytics, and concludes that the biggest opportunity to derive meaningful value from data – and gain continuous intelligence about the state of things – lies in the ability to analyze, learn and predict from real-time events in concert with contextual, static and dynamic data. This article series places continuous intelligence in an architectural context, with reference to established technologies and use cases in place today.

Analyze-then-Store: The Journey to Continuous Intelligence – Part 3

This multi-part article series by our friends at Swim is intended for data architects and anyone else interested in learning how to design modern real-time data analytics solutions. It explores key principles and implications of event streaming and streaming analytics, and concludes that the biggest opportunity to derive meaningful value from data – and gain continuous intelligence about the state of things – lies in the ability to analyze, learn and predict from real-time events in concert with contextual, static and dynamic data. This article series places continuous intelligence in an architectural context, with reference to established technologies and use cases in place today.

Analyze-then-Store: The Journey to Continuous Intelligence – Part 2

This multi-part article series by our friends at Swim is intended for data architects and anyone else interested in learning how to design modern real-time data analytics solutions. It explores key principles and implications of event streaming and streaming analytics, and concludes that the biggest opportunity to derive meaningful value from data – and gain continuous intelligence about the state of things – lies in the ability to analyze, learn and predict from real-time events in concert with contextual, static and dynamic data. This article series places continuous intelligence in an architectural context, with reference to established technologies and use cases in place today.

Analyze-then-Store: The Journey to Continuous Intelligence

In this technical blog for data architects by our friends over at Swim, we learn how to design modern real-time data analytics solutions. It explores key principles and implications of event streaming and streaming analytics, and concludes that the biggest opportunity to derive meaningful value from data – and gain continuous intelligence about the state of things – lies in the ability to analyze, learn and predict from real-time events in concert with contextual, static and dynamic data.

A Comprehensive Guide to Evaluating Customer Data Platforms (CDPs)

This white paper by our friends over at HGS Digital aims to help you evaluate Customer Data Platform (CDP) vendors on various key areas. Investing in a CDP should be done with a long-term aim – various systems from which the data is imported and systems to which data is exported may change over time, but the CDP becomes the master repository of data and should be leveraged by the marketing organization for a very long time.

Data Transformation for Machine Learning

In this contributed article, Damian Chan, Technical Success Manager at Matillion, discusses common data transformations that you can perform so your data can be processed within machine learning models. When it comes to machine learning, you need to feed your models good data to get good insights. Data in the real world can be really messy and in most cases, some sort of data cleansing needs to be performed prior to any data analysis.

Enterprise Search in 2025

This white paper by enterprise search specialists Lucidworks, discusses how data is eating the world and search is the key to finding the data you need. The enterprise search industry is consolidating and moving to technologies built around Lucene and Solr. In the next few years we’ll see nearly all search become voice, conversational, and predictive. Search will surround everything we do and the right combination of signal capture, machine learning, and rules are essential to making that work. Fortunately, much of the technology to drive this is available to us today!