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MapR's tools are used for big data and analytics, but the space is crowded with the likes of Cloudera and Hortonworks as well as IBM, EMC's Pivotal and others.
The move to lower cost devices, hosted services and hyperscale computing is dampening worldwide IT spending growth.
BDaaS is everyone's puppy — here are ways to make it work for the enterprise.
The Australian government has released a draft guide to responsible data analytics for agencies and government analysts to help them operate within a safe and acceptable framework as they work to expand their big data capabilities.
The company launched Aster R, which aims to bridge the open source R analytics software with its data warehouse tools.
Google Cloud Platform retook the the enterprise market's attention with sharp cost cuts a few months back, but it is going to take more than just sale prices to overthrow Amazon Web Services.
Document-oriented Couchbase thinks its new $60m funding marks it out as belonging to an elite group of NoSQL firms with real technological and financial clout.
Google launches a service called Cloud Dataflow that aims to analyze pipelines with "arbitrarily large datasets."
Connect6 aims to change the way that we find new connections and information across the social web with its discovery and search offerings.
MemSQL's CEO sees in-memory technology as the best way to enable real time transactions and analytics applications. He also sees this as the basis for extremely fast big data solutions.
The companies say the partnership will enable the visualization, correlation and analysis of streams of mainframe data.
The US still has the most supercomputers on the Top500, but China now has nearly as many as the UK, France and Germany combined.
Smart nation plan means massive amounts of data will be collected and analyzed, prompting questions about data privacy and security. With Singapore's public sector excluded from the country's data protection act, how will data management be properly governed?
Intel's general manager for datacenters explains how the chipmaker plans to crunch boatloads of data spewing from sensors to smartwatches.