What a shame. Most businesses aren’t taking advantage of their data, leaving them hungry for success. According to Forrester Research analyst, Michele Goetz, only 12 percent of available data is used. If I am any good at math, that means there is a lot of data that is not being used.
In the world of big data, the elephant is king. Hadoop, whose elephant logo has become the face of big data, has been joined in the big data jungle by many friends: Pig, Jaql and even a ZooKeeper to keep them all in line. The entire big data jungle will be making a trip to Las Vegas in October for
IBM has a long and successful history with open source, from running Linux on IBM PCs to contributing initial codebase for Eclipse. We believe a mix of open source and closed source is the best way to drive adoption in the marketplace. Having the full support of a vendor like IBM can lower risk
As part of IBM's ongoing commitment to Hadoop and the broader open source ecosystem, IBM is joining forces with Databricks, Cloudera, Intel and MapR to broaden support for Apache Spark. IBM's goal is to provide enterprise customers with access to the latest innovations around big data and analytics.
Nearly 10 years ago, a little open source software project with a funny name came into being. Over the past few years, that project, Hadoop, has taken the world by storm and has caused a sea change in both the software vendor marketplace and the way IT organizations think about their computing
Or to analyze, act and then move on?
It’s time for a more open relationship. Now announcing Streams v3.2.1.
Till death do us part is the goal in our personal relationships, but not the ideal relationship we want with our data. Why is that? Remember: more data means more cost and compliance pain, as
Openness is where the world is headed. It’s the core principle in truly agile governance of a dynamic, complex, smarter planet.
Openness means many things to many people. From a big-data perspective, we can break down the key dimensions of openness as follows:
Open platform and ecosystems: Open-
Big data is an industry ecosystem in which the open-source approaches have great momentum. Open-source platforms—including Hadoop, NoSQL and R—are expanding their footprint in advanced analytics. As the enterprise Hadoop market continues to mature and many companies deploy their clusters for the
From the White House to your local municipality, government agencies, NGOs and corporations are making more data and applications available to citizens. Government agencies are promoting not only data, but application programming interfaces (APIs) and interactive widgets to help developers get
Big data is going to change the way you do things in the future, how you gain insight, and make decisions (the change isn’t going to be a replacement, rather a synergy and extension). This book will help you get up to speed quickly on this technology and to show you the unique things IBM is doing
Is 2012 the year of Agile Analytics? Recent publications show growing interest in the application of Agile methods to analytics:
Ken Collier, an Agile pioneer, tackles analytics in his aptly named new book Agile Analytics.
A quick Google search surfaces a number of recent blogs and articles