At the recent Teradata’s annual Partners user conference, the company outlined its expanding role as a provider distributed information architecture technology. My colleague Tony Cosentino assessed Teradata’s business analytics and big data strategy, but there is more under the covers in regards to the company’s expanding role for big data and enterprise architectures. Over the last several decades Teradata has been known for providing enterprise data warehouse appliances, such as its unveiling of its new Teradata 2700 data warehouse appliance, which uses the latest multicore Intel processors. Now, as organizations continue to invest in distributed approaches in which they store and utilize data on a range of appliances and through Hadoop-based big data technology, Teradata has begun to provide integration with Hadoop, including a direct connector to it and commercialized versions of it in partnership with Cloudera and Hortonworks. Earlier this year, for instance, Teradata formed a partnership with Hortonworks that provides a commercialized edition of the open source Hadoop that now is further integrated.
Topics: alteryx, Big Data, Business Analytics, Hortonworks, Information Management, Information Management (IM), IT Performance Management (ITPM), Location Intelligence, Operational Intelligence, QlikView, SAS, Strata+Hadoop
Kognitio has been serving the analytics and data needs of organizations for more than 20 years with an in-memory analytics platform that meets many of the big-data needs of today’s organizations. Kognitio Analytical Platform provides a unique massively parallel processing (MPP) in-memory database that can rapidly load data and calculate analytics; it is available both in an analytical software appliance and via cloud computing.
Topics: alteryx, Analytics, Big Data, Business Analytics, Business Performance Management (BPM), Cloud Computing, Customer Performance Management (CPM), Hortonworks, Information Management, Information Management (IM), IT Performance Management (ITPM), Kognitio, Operational Performance Management (OPM), Social Media, Strata+Hadoop, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing
I attended the Alteryx user conference called Inspire 2012 (Twitter: #Inspire12) in Denver this week. This fairly new analytics software company has been gaining customers in a range of brand-name organizations such as Dick’s Sporting Goods, Supervalu, U.S. Cellular and VF Corp. The company focuses on meeting the needs of analysts across the business analytic spectrum including a geographic and location context for simplifying the analytic tasks and processes for the needs of business at the strategic and operational level.
Topics: alteryx, Big Data, Business Analytics, Business Intelligence, Business Mobility, Cloud Computing, Customer Performance Management (CPM), Financial Performance Management (FPM), Information Applications (IA), Information Management (IM), Location Intelligence, Mobile, Operational Intelligence, Operational Performance Management (OPM), Predictive Analytics, R, Sales Performance Management (SPM), Social Media, Supply Chain Performance Management (SCPM), Analytics, Data