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Before big data and fast data, the challenge of data in motion was simple: move fields from fairly static databases to an appropriate home in a data warehouse, or move data between databases and apps in a standardized fashion. The process resembled a factory assembly line. In today's world,...
Hitachi Insight Group unveils City Data Exchange for making public and private data more easily accessible to city leaders, businesses and residents.
At its Vision 2016 conference, IBM announced a newly redesigned interface and new features for its Watson Analytics solution.
IBM Security announced Watson for Cyber Security, a new cloud-based version of Watson, and enlisted eight universities to help train it.
Neo Technology's latest release of its graph database, Neo4j 3.0, delivers new scalability and developer-friendly features.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm is bringing deep learning to mobile devices; Microsoft: SQL Server 2016 gets a June 1 release date; HTC will reportedly build the next 2 Nexus Android smartphones; and there's more.
Oracle is looking more and more like Salesforce every day. This is a direction the company needs to follow as its hardware sales continue to slip.
The company now is moving into agile, fast-iterative and specialized software development for apps using its HANA in-memory database.
Percona Server for MongoDB has been downloaded by more than 30,000 users and 3,000 enterprises since its initial launch last fall.
After a decade of proving that Hadoop is not just hype, much of the focus and attention of this open-source community now goes to its evolving ecosystem of tools and applications—Spark, Impala, Hive—that are helping usher in new users exploring new use cases. However, as additional workloads...
Bear Naked is using IBM's Chef Watson "cognitive cooking" technology to enable consumers to create customized granola.
While CRM software and applications like payroll and expense reporting have moved steadily toward the cloud, business intelligence (BI) and big data analytics have been slower to follow the lead. But as the cloud becomes more mainstream, all signs point to "go" for analytics to get out of the...