This has been a busy year for Attunity and Teradata… and we’re only halfway there! Earlier this spring I had the pleasure of joining Attunity’s friends at Teradata in Amsterdam, as a valued partner and sponsor of the 20th annual Teradata Universe Event. This event is Europe’s biggest event for integrated data warehousing, big data analytics and integrated marketing management. This year, Teradata hosted over 1,000 people from some of the most innovating companies and partners in the world.
For the second time in as many months we are extending a new Big Data bridge for enterprises. Today Attunity announced a new cloud solution, Attunity CloudBeam for Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse. This new solution helps our customers automate data loading from various on premise sources into the Azure SQL Data Warehouse quickly, easily and affordably. It is now available in the Azure Marketplace.
Attunity and Pivotal have been business partners since 2012. In fact, Mike Cucchi at Pivotal says that “Attunity provides the glue for Pivotal’s Big Data Suite.” And, we couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
Recently, Rodan Zadeh, Director of Product Management at Attunity caught up with Mike Cucchi, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Pivotal to interview him about our partnership. The video is on YouTube and below.
Two Big Data events back to back, and my head is spinning. The 10th anniversary of the IM series in Copenhagen, followed by the BDA event in London, both focused on how businesses can use data for competitive advantage, based on solid governance and control of the much heralded Data Lake - great stories that were well received.
Greetings from sunny Orlando, FL where Attunity joined various enterprise IT folks at the Gartner IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit 2015 June 15 through June 17.
Today’s enterprises are challenged with capturing large amounts of data from a number of sources in a variety of formats, and then storing it in a cost-effective, timely manner in their data warehouse, the cloud and Hadoop. But how do you know that you’re moving the right data to the right place? Which data is hot, which is not, and what does that mean to where it should be? Find out in this blog post.
The UK is the largest insurance market in Europe and the third largest in the world, and plays an essential role in the UK’s economic strength. However, in recent years the industry has been under increasing pressure, from the 2009 stock market crash to the latest pension regulatory changes.
When I was in engineering school and wanted to get some serious data crunching done (shout out to Patran/Nastran aficionados), I would go downstairs to the lab and chat up Harvey. He owned the interface to the powerful and expensive mainframe, and nothing was going to get slotted in or processed without the blessing of this high priest of what, at the time, was Big Data. As much as I liked Harvey, boy am I glad that times have changed. But the advent of better number-crunching technology hasn’t happened overnight.