View the following webcast to uncover what you need to know about big data 2.0. Uncover the 6 building blocks of big data 2.0 that drastically differentiate from big data 1.0. Also gain insights to the ways successful organizations are leveraging new analytics to capitalize on big data 2.0 and much more.
SearchBusinessAnalytics Benchmark Reports examine customer perceptions and adoption rates of technologies in established segments of the business intelligence (BI) market. Each Benchmark Report focuses on a specific area and surveys senior BI and IT professionals to understand the current market state for that segment of the BI market.
This white paper from Bloor Research examines how IBM's database Informix can be used in a hybrid transactional/analytics environment or for data warehousing applications in today's big data world.
Despite its idiosyncrasies and lack of user-friendliness, the Apache Hadoop framework offers real advantages for organizations tackling big data challenges and real-time analytics. Access this e-guide for answers to FAQs for BI professionals seeking to leverage the benefits of this niche technology as part of their big data analytics initiatives.
Access this resource to learn about a rapid-deployment technology for SAP HANA that allows you to easily incorporate SAP HANA hardware into your local network, upgrade to the latest software, and start experiencing the benefits of real-time data processing sooner than ever.
This e-guide discusses how to effectively take advantage of business intelligence (BI) technologies in your organization by utilizing essential tactics. Discover the benefits of data warehousing appliance technologies and how to select the best one for your needs.
Today, Enterprise Data Warehouses (EDW) are treasure troves of information and critical for business operations. Access this resource to discover how offloading certain analytics workloads to a third-party platform can increase the performance and longevity of your EDW.
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