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Pivotal reveals its strategy for unifying different data technologies: License them all together.
Senior executives are becoming disappointed in big data results so far. But maybe they just need to expand their vision to include open data.
New out-of-the-box dashboards and reports in the app correlate operating system data to enable monitoring of the email service and provide deep visibility into usage and behavior.
The enterprise Hadoop player recently raised $900 million via a bevy of deals. Cloudera now plans to expand in a big way.
Intel on Thursday said it made a significant investment in Cloudera, making the startup its preferred distributor of software for Big Data.
AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM AND Intel join forces to form ragtag big data team with Industrial Internet Consortium.
SugarCRM preps a new source of business data for its eponymous cloud suite ahead of its annual customer expo in a few weeks.
Advertising and media is a big market for AlchemyAPI, which specializes in artificial intelligence algorithms.
SAP's promise to bring all its products onto HANA gains credibility today as Business Warehouse 7.4 signs on.
There's big interest among private investors in big data, with a second round in as many weeks going to an enterprise Hadoop vendor.
StatSoft's flagship software is Statistica Enterprise, which filters and analyzes data from multiple repositories.
Cloudera has raised a bunch of money. Again. In this guest post, Tony Baer explains what the new investment means for Cloudera, Hadoop and the data warehousing space.
AlchemyAPI has a lofty but challenging goal: Democratize big data for the masses. A look at the emerging artificial intelligence stack.
The tech giant has announced the creation of services to help corporations use big data in the battle against fraud and financial crime.
New Relic, a big data and application performance monitoring company, is bridging out to analytics in a move that will make its service more consumable.