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There are many different definitions of the term "big data," some of them reasonable, others not so much. However, the overriding issue for many data professionals, especially those who use more traditional data management tools, is confusion about what to do with big data and how to get the most out of it.

Posted April 08, 2016

Voting has opened for the 2016 DBTA Readers' Choice Awards. Cloud, in-memory, real-time, virtualization, SaaS, IoT - today, there are many opportunities for data-driven companies to take advantage of more data in more varieties flowing at greater velocity than ever before.

Posted April 08, 2016

SnapLogic is releasing its hybrid execution framework Snaplex on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace as Azureplex, giving users the ability to gain business insights faster with self-service data integration from a plethora of sources.

Posted April 07, 2016

PASS (the Professional Association for SQL Server) is planning its fourth conference focused on business analytics.

Posted April 04, 2016

Databricks, the company behind Apache Spark, is releasing a new set of APIs that will enable enterprises to automate their Spark infrastructure to accelerate the deployment of production data-driven applications.

Posted April 01, 2016

ManageEngine is introducing a new application performance monitoring solution, enabling IT operations teams in enterprises to gain operational intelligence into big data platforms. Applications Manager enables performance monitoring of Hadoop clusters to minimize downtime and performance degradation. Additionally, the platform's monitoring support for Oracle Coherence provides insights into the health and performance of Coherence clusters and facilitates troubleshooting of issues.

Posted April 01, 2016

It's become almost a standard career path in Silicon Valley: A talented engineer creates a valuable open source software commodity inside of a larger organization, then leaves that company to create a new startup to commercialize the open source product. Indeed, this is virtually the plot line for the hilarious HBO comedy series, Silicon Valley. Jay Krepes, a well-known engineer at LinkedIn and creator of the NoSQL database system, Voldemort, has such a story.

Posted March 31, 2016

With well over a hundred open source projects now part of the Hadoop ecosystem, it can be hard to know which technologies are best for which requirements. To help users get started with Hadoop and understand their technology choices, James Casaletto will present "Harnessing the Hadoop Ecosystem" at Data Summit 2016 in NYC. Casaletto is a solutions architect for MapR, where he develops and deploys big data solutions with Apache Hadoop.

Posted March 31, 2016

What can you learn from the structure of an email and what really constitutes as a "good" post? What kinds of data can you grab to create the best marketing campaign? Matt Laudato will address those questions during his presentation, titled "Supercharging Your Marketing with Big Data," at Data Summit 2016 in NYC.

Posted March 31, 2016

NoSQL databases were born out of the need to scale transactional persistence stores more efficiently. In a world where the relational database management system (RDBMS) was king, this was easier said than done.

Posted March 29, 2016

Reltio is releasing an enhanced version of Reltio Cloud 2016.1, adding new analytics integration, collaboration, and recommendation capabilities to help companies be right faster.

Posted March 29, 2016

As massive amounts of data continue to flow into enterprises, managing and analyzing data coming from devices will be the biggest challenge for businesses interested in capitalizing on the Internet of Things.

Posted March 29, 2016

Teradata has introduced a new "design pattern" approach for data lake deployment. The company says its concept of a data lake pattern leverages IP from its client engagements, as well as services and technology to help organizations more quickly and securely get to successful data lake deployment.

Posted March 28, 2016

The emerging Internet of Things (IoT) represents a huge opportunity for today's enterprises but also poses risks. Many organizations are challenged to open up their systems to ever-growing networks of devices, sensors, and systems that are relentlessly spewing data that may or may not be of value. But questions about security and systems performance swirl around as well.

Posted March 25, 2016

The data lake has been the subject of more than its fair share of critics since its inception. Pundits claim it's a source of chaos and risk. Analysts often slam the concept, calling it a "data swamp" or "data dump." As a result of this scrutiny, the definition and understanding of the definition of the data lake are rather murky.

Posted March 24, 2016

The rise of big data technologies in enterprise IT is now seen as an inevitability, but adoption has occurred at a slower pace than expected, according to Joe Caserta, president and CEO of Caserta Concepts, a firm focused on big data strategy consulting and technology implementation. Caserta recently discussed the trends in big data projects, the technologies that offer key advantages now, and why he thinks big data is reaching a turning point.

Posted March 23, 2016

To spread the word on the best information management solutions in the marketplace, Database Trends and Applications has launched the 2016 DBTA Readers' Choice Awards, a program in which the winners will be selected by the experts whose opinions count above all others - you. Time is running out so make your nomination now.

Posted March 23, 2016

The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) has represented the voice of Oracle technologists and professionals for more than 20 years, and we are so proud of how our community has not just grown but maintained its adaptive approach that centers on peer-to-peer education and know-how. We hope that you share our sense of pride as we celebrate the technology community's marquee event: COLLABORATE 16-IOUG Forum.

Posted March 23, 2016

In recent years there has been an explosion of innovation in the database market. A popular rating report recently included more than 30 vendors in its 2015 report. And, organizations today are realizing how specific and complex their evolving needs are, and that they cannot solely rely on the "big three."

Posted March 22, 2016

Data discovery should drive BI in order to support data-driven competencies for evolving data-centric organizations. However, organizations often struggle with bottlenecks and excessive friction while retrieving meaningful insights.

Posted March 22, 2016

The OAUG volunteers planning COLLABORATE 16: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community (April 10-14 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas) are themselves Oracle users and technologists, understanding innately the myriad options and challenges faced by the wider user community in a period of rapid change and transformation. With participation and contributions from all corners of the user community, COLLABORATE offers the information and perspective to make sense of it all.

Posted March 21, 2016

It's an opportunity that comes around only once a year. COLLABORATE is the single event that delivers the full range of Oracle applications and technology presented by three independent Oracle users groups: the Independent Oracle Users Group, the Oracle Applications Users Group, and the Quest International Users Group.

Posted March 21, 2016

Available now, Talend says its Integration Cloud Spring '16 release adds enhancements to help IT organizations execute big data and data integration projects running on AWS Redshift or AWS Elastic MapReduce (EMR) with greater ease - using fewer resources, and at a reduced cost.

Posted March 16, 2016

Percona, a provider of MySQL and MongoDB support, consulting, remote DBA, training, and software development, will host its annual Live Data Performance Conference, formerly known as the Percona Live MySQL Conference & Expo, in Santa Clara, California April 18-21.

Posted March 15, 2016

Couchbase, a provider of NoSQL database technology, has secured $30 million in a series F round of funding led by Sorenson Capital. "This funding round will take us to cash flow positive and should be our last round prior to an IPO," said Bob Wiederhold, Couchbase CEO, in a statement released by the company.

Posted March 15, 2016

IDERA, a provider of database lifecycle management solutions, is extending its product portfolio by adding Embarcadero Technologies' ER/Studio and DB PowerStudio tools, allowing organizations to rely on a single vendor for all their database lifecycle needs.

Posted March 09, 2016

In a new book titled "Next Generation Databases," Guy Harrison, an executive director of R&D at Dell, shares what every data professional needs to know about the future of databases in a world of NoSQL and big data.

Posted March 08, 2016

As more and more data comes into the enterprise, companies are looking to build real-time big data architectures to keep up with an increased amount of information.

Posted March 07, 2016

EnterpriseDB (EDB), an enterprise Postgres database company, is collaborating with Google Inc. to release EDB Postgres Enterprise in Google Cloud Launcher, promoting greater efficiency and workflow for developers. Google Cloud Launcher is designed to make developers more efficient by removing operational deployment and configuration tasks so developers can build enterprise applications.

Posted March 03, 2016

The world of IT operations has always had a big data problem. Instrumentation of end users, servers, application components, logs, clickstreams, generated events and incidents, executed notifications and runbooks, CMDBs, Gantt charts—you name it, people in the IT operations area have had to cope with mountains of data. And yet the scope of the problem has been enlarged once again, thanks to industry-wide trends such as bring-your-own-device, the Internet of Things, microservices, cloud-native applications, and social/mobile interaction.

Posted March 03, 2016

It is hard to think of a technology that is more identified with the rise of big data than Hadoop. Since its creation, the framework for distributed processing of massive datasets on commodity hardware has had a transformative effect on the way data is collected, managed, and analyzed - and also grown well beyond its initial scope through a related ecosystem of open source projects. With 2016 recognized as the 10-year anniversary for Hadoop, Big Data Quarterly chose this time to ask technologists, consultants, and researchers to reflect on what has been achieved in the last decade, and what's ahead on the horizon.

Posted February 18, 2016

Currently, the IT industry is the midst of a major transition as it moves from the last generation - the internet generation - to the new generation of cloud and big data, said Andy Mendelsohn, Oracle's EVP of Database Server Technologies, who recently talked with DBTA about database products that Oracle is bringing to market to support customers' cloud initiatives. "Oracle has been around a long time. This is not the first big transition we have gone through," said Mendelsohn.

Posted February 17, 2016

Enterprises can't seem to pack enough big data and analytics solutions into their data centers, executive suites, and everywhere else across their organizations. Just about every venture-capital-cash-fueled startup from Silicon Valley to Boston has an analytics component to it. As these firms rapidly gain traction, they are being scarfed up by larger vendors looking to solidify their leadership of the analytics space.

Posted February 16, 2016

The Data Summit 2016 conference schedule of sessions and speakers is now available online. Presented by Database Trends and Applications and Big Data Quarterly, the 2-day event (Tuesday, May 10, and Wednesday, May 11) will bring together IT managers, data architects, application developers, data analysts, project managers, and business managers for a deep dive into the key technologies and strategies for becoming a data-informed business.

Posted February 12, 2016

Say what you will about Oracle, it certainly can't be accused of failing to move with the times. Typically, Oracle comes late to a technology party but arrives dressed to kill.

Posted February 10, 2016

Oracle has a new PartnerNetwork (OPN) Cloud Program that is aimed at helping organizations accelerate the growth of their Oracle Cloud business. Providing technical and go-to-market support, Oracle says the new four-tier program will provide Oracle partners with the tools they need to help Oracle customers navigate their transition to the cloud.

Posted February 10, 2016

Franz Inc. is releasing an updated version of its AllegroGraph platform along with receiving certification on the latest release of Cloudera Enterprise through the Cloudera Certified Technology Program (CCTP).

Posted February 08, 2016

Deep Information Sciences is unveiling a new solution that combines a MySQL-compliant database with cloud- and resource-awareness.

Posted February 04, 2016

Couchbase has rolled out Couchbase Mobile 1.2. The new release makes it easier for professional developers to build and deploy mobile applications with improvements in administration, simplified in-place upgrades, as well as security and performance enhancements.

Posted February 04, 2016

With Hadoop marking its 10th anniversary this year, Sean Suchter, CEO of Pepperdata, recently reflected on his experience with the platform and speculated on what the next 10 years may bring.

Posted February 03, 2016

To address a growing need for data professionals with graph database expertise, Neo4j is offering a certification exam online through its GraphAcademy.

Posted February 02, 2016

Redis Labs, is integrating with Spark SQL, and releasing a Spark-Redis connector package that promises to accelerate processing time.

Posted February 02, 2016

To address increasing demands posed by modern applications, Aerospike has released version 3.7 of its NoSQL database with new features that enable more personalized applications, more efficient operations, and greater stability across public and private clouds.

Posted January 28, 2016

For more than 15 years, National Software Systems has been a Revelation Software solution provider. During that time, National Software Systems has developed many software packages individually suited to particular customer requirements using Revelation Software.

Posted January 27, 2016

Data Summit, a comprehensive educational experience designed to guide attendees through the key issues in data management and analysis, is coming to the New York Hilton Midtown. Data Summit also features two co-located events: Hadoop Day and Virtualization Day. In addition, the IOUG will participate in Data Summit again this year presenting a track focused on big data in the cloud and the evolution of the data warehouse.

Posted January 26, 2016

Splice Machine, which provides a database powered by Hadoop and Spark, has added $9 million in new funding to accelerate product, sales and marketing efforts, bringing the company's total funding since its inception to approximately $31 million.

Posted January 26, 2016

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