Tony Baer (Ovum)

Contributing Writer

Tony Baer leads Ovum's Big Data research area. Over his 25 years in the industry, he has studied issues of data integration, software and data architecture, middleware, and application development. Having tracked the emergence of BI and data warehousing back in the 1990s, Baer sees similar parallels emerging in the world of Big Data today. His coverage focuses on how Big Data must become a first-class citizen in the data center, IT organization, and the business. Baer has a multi-disciplinary background touching the different tiers of enterprise software. His expertise in data management is complemented by deep background in software development platforms and middleware. Prior to joining Ovum, he was an independent analyst whose company onStrategies delivered market assessments and messaging advisory services to vendor clients. He co-authored some of the earliest books on the Java and .NET frameworks including Understanding the .NET Framework and J2EE Technology in Practice. He has spoken at numerous industry events covering data management, and has been chronicling the industry in his blog for over 15 years. His career began as a journalist with publications including Computerworld, Application Development Trends, Computergram, Software Magazine, Information Week, and Manufacturing Business Technology.

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Dataiku's latest release has a DataOps slant

Dataiku's latest release has a DataOps slant

Like agile software development, data science works best when models can be tested and iterated rapidly. The latest release from data science collaboration tool Dataiku adds integrations with GitHub and HipChat that will not only bring developers and data scientists together, but hopefully, some of their DevOps discipline as well.

February 23, 2017 by

All Big Data clouds are not alike

All Big Data clouds are not alike

CenturyLink's recent announcement of a new Big Data cloud service built around Cloudera shows that there is plenty of choice between Hadoop cloud services that go way beyond brand. It's another sign that enterprises are expecting cloud providers to offer the same diverse menu of options that they expect of strategic IT technology providers.

January 25, 2017 by

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