President’s day is the perfect opportunity to explore, honor and remember the legacy of Washington, Lincoln and other presidents. It is also a great day for all those who are looking for a good sale at their favorite retail or online store. What does this mean? Hundreds of millions of sales transactions will generate enormous amount of financial and inventory data will be generated on this one day.
It seems like only yesterday that we all gathered for the Strata New York Conference. And yet here we are, March is around the corner, and Strata San Jose is just a month away. Historically, Strata San Jose has roughly 5000 attendees while Strata New York averages closer to 7000 attendees. As one of the largest Hadoop conference in the US, Strata sessions focus on using data for competitive advantage. Strata Conference is also an opportunity to hear real life stories from enterprises who have been there, have the scars, and wrote the book. Strata is the ideal place to understand trends in the big data world. If you missed it, here are the [trends from 2017].
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The annual Gartner Data & Analytics Summit is just around the corner. As in past years, we are all anticipating the overwhelming sessions and agenda throughout this exciting week. This time in Grapevine, Texas (again)! In between sessions, catch a breath of fresh air and check out the exhibit hall to collect a bag of goodies to bring home. While T-shirts always make good pajamas, we may also wonder which sessions and vendors we should not miss. With all of the sessions available at the Summit, here are our suggestion on the ones you don’t want to miss!
Data, Data, Data! All the facts, numbers, and everything in between that, when collected, can be analyzed and decisions made based upon them. Can’t live with it! Can’t live without it! This year over $14 billion will be spent globally on flowers, chocolate, and jewelry on Valentine’s Day alone. According to CIO Research, big data analytics investments are expected to be close to $187 billion. We are definitely investing more on data than expensive chocolates! The big question is, are your data investments nurturing your relationship with data the same way a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolates can nurture your relationships?
Does your decision-making process need an overhaul? In 2015, over 60% of the decisions made by companies were still based on ‘intuition’ or ‘experience’ of their executive team. With the rise of big data, it is imperative that we make use of such a valuable asset to make fact-based decisions and not just provide an opinion. This means that we need to become data-driven, of course this is easier said than done. It requires more than investing on the latest data and analytics software; it also requires cultural and organizational change.
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The AtScale Enterprise Data Visionary Award program recognizes the leading enterprises that have reached exceptional productivity levels by modernizing their Big Data Analytics environment. Customers were evaluated based on ingenuity, innovation, business value and impact of their AtScale implementation.
We want to congratulate the 2018 AtScale Visionary Award Winners! Read on to learn more about how these industry leaders used AtScale to become trend-setters in the Big Data world.
We’ve put January back in cold storage! Don’t be frozen out of the month’s Big Data stories though! Catch up on January’s Big Data BIG news...
With the recent GDPR policy, security with data is becoming a bigger concern for enterprise. In this post, you will learn about True Delegation and how it helps enterprises achieve their data security and governance requirements. You will also learn about the challenges, the Hadoop authorization landscape, and the unique solution that AtScale provides.
While it may be tempting to focus our efforts only on self-service BI in terms of security and access control mechanisms, it is important to also place emphasis on economies to achieve success. When an enterprise develops a self-service BI environment, it undoubtedly means that their IT team adopts the role of a service provider. Data and services become available to internal business users for a price. What are these hidden costs?
A version of this article originally appeared on the Cloudera VISION blog.
One of my favorite parts of my role is that I get to spend time with customers and prospects, learning what’s important to them as they move to a modern data architecture. Lately, a consistent set of six themes has emerged during these discussions. The themes span industries, use cases and geographies, and I’ve come to think of them as the key principles underlying an enterprise data architecture.
Whether you’re responsible for data, systems, analysis, strategy or results, you can use these principles to help you navigate the fast-paced modern world of data and decisions. Think of them as the foundation for data architecture that will allow your business to run at an optimized level today, and into the future.