As Spark continues to mature into mainstream adoption in the data science community, the open data analytics stack and open source tools grow more robust, giving data scientists rich core workbenches to develop evermore innovative applications.
A growing number of businesses and industries are finding innovative ways to apply graph analytics to a variety of use-case scenarios because it affords a unique perspective on the analysis of networked entities and their relationships. Gain an understanding of how four different types of graph
As a foundation for data lakes and refineries, NoSQL databases provide access, processing and storage to structured and unstructured data for high-performance statistical modeling and exploration. Take a look at the multitude of advantages of NoSQL databases and opportunities to bridge them to open
Performing programmatic actions on data across services is quite possible in today’s technology ecosystem. And now, the transfer of data across services such as the dashDB data warehouse and deploying it in new environments is also possible. However, the questions often asked by customers center on
Does your data science need a shot in the arm? Attend Datapalooza, a one-of-a-kind globetrotting data science festival that aims to bring together data scientists from all walks of life for two and a half days of education and application. Find out when Datapalooza will be coming to your area, then
Spark just seems to be getting big play everywhere in the technology arena. What is Spark? And do you need it? Get a good glimpse into its in-memory execution capabilities, some of its key components, its integrations and its availability as a service.
Spark’s momentum is building, and it is rapidly emerging as the central technology in analytics ecosystems within organizations. See why Spark’s technical advancements around iterative processing combined with its easy overall environment and tool set for developers make it a true operating system
In the past few years, we’ve seen an explosion in the number and variety of organizations that are adopting big data technologies such as Hadoop and Spark and the recent trend to leverage data services in the cloud. How are enterprises coping?
The open source Hadoop framework accommodates distributed storage and processing of large data sets on clusters of computers through the use of programming models. If that description sounds complex, then dig into this breakdown of Hadoop components to gain an understanding of just how flexible
https://www.ibm.com/cloud/db2-warehouse-on-cloudApache Spark not only excels at data warehousing, in-memory environments for building data marts and other functions, it also is well suited for pulling data from a wide range of sources and transforming and cleansing that data in an Apache Hadoop
Implementing advanced analytics practices in the government sector can be particularly challenging because of infrastructure and software, security, agility and internal human obstacles. But there is a way to bring the community closer to analytics-driven government and to leave behind the
This short series of blogs for the business user is designed to turn key technologies into easy to understand concepts to help explain why they are needed in a modern digital enterprise. When looking at consumer and business transactions in today’s online world, many people may ask, “Why big data
Before the San Jose, California version of Strata + Hadoop World fades from memory, check out these five key experiences that highlighted this conference for data scientists, data engineers, developers and other IT professionals.
In a podcast recorded at IBM InterConnect 2016, Roger Strukhoff, executive director, Tau Institute for Global ICT Research, shares his expert perspective on how open source initiatives are transforming the Internet Of Things.