When it comes to building things, data is everything. It improves production and supply chains, and creates new possibilities for custom products. Accordingly, manufacturers hire more analytics experts and use more advanced tools than other industries as they look to harness emerging opportunities for the Internet of Things and 3D printing. The challenge is integrating all the digits across platforms and preparing it for meaningful analysis.
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In your business and every other, efficient management of assets matters.
It matters to Colmobil, the #1 importer and distributor of cars, trucks and buses in Israel. Vehicles must go from Point A to Point B at minimal time and expense.
eTix, the largest ticketing service provider in North America, decided to implement real-time analytics in the cloud rather than on-premises. And they chose Attunity CloudBeam and Amazon Redshift to make it happen.
This week, Attunity was at the HP Big Data conference in Boston where there were over 1,000 attendees! At the Attunity booth, we were able to talk with many of our customers and partners who were at the conference.
With massive amounts of data flooding into businesses all the time, management and analysis of it isn’t easy.
Data Lakes are increasingly being used by enterprises to unify Big Data from various sources so that extracting value from it and minimising costs becomes faster and easier.
Learning more about your customers is valuable to any business. Since customer data has traditionally been stored as transaction records and other structured formats, there can be huge challenges associated with combining new unstructured data and your existing customer data.
A Roman poet wrote “carpe diem” about 2,000 years ago as part of his advice to "seize the day [and] put very little trust in tomorrow."
His point: rather than hoping for the future, get ready for it today.
The HP Big Data Conference in Boston, whose tagline is “Sieze the Data,” promises to get you ready for tomorrow – starting Monday!
"Overcoming Big Data Integration Challenges" will examine the key big data integration issues facing enterprises today, as well as real-world solutions and best practices to address them. Don't miss this opportunity to gain new insights from your data - quickly and easily - that you can apply at your organization.