Join the experts from Attunity, Hortonworks, and RCG Services to learn how the newest addition to Attunity’s growing product portfolio – Appfluent Visibility -at two webinars running in April. You can register for one or both!
I’ve just returned from a short road trip to visit some of our European clients and I find myself reflecting on many of the IT-related business discussions I had. From banking to retail, they all had the same challenge - how can we make IT more effective?
We are happy to share the news that Attunity Replicate for Hadoop is now certified for MapR. We demonstrated our solution live at Strata Conference + Hadoop World show this past February in San Jose, CA.
Do you, like many of us, remember The Jetsons? It was a popular cartoon produced in the US in the 60s and syndicated in the ‘70s and ‘80s - Hanna-Barbera's Space Age counterpart to The Flintstones. One of the first shows produced in color on ABC, the animated program was based on a family living in a futuristic world comprised of robotic contraptions and otherwise smart devices. It was presumed that the show was set in the 2000s.
There is tremendous value to be had with Hadoop. Studies report that savings of 70% can be had when data is offloaded to Hadoop from traditional data stores. Enterprises, however, often struggle with how to get there.
With the financial markets reaching an all-time high, this is a good time to discuss IT-related business challenges ahead. While the euphoria of a bull market alone isn’t the best indicator of impending risks in the technical infrastructure of our financial institutions, there are plenty of reasons for financial services companies to take the bull by the horns and take on DevOps methodologies in their application release processes.
The Mass Technology and Leadership Council (MassTLC) recently ran a Summit focused on “Big Data and the Knowledge Worker: Impacts on Workforce and the Economy” featuring industry leader, Tom Davenport.
One of my favorite technology books is Juice: The Creative Fuel That Drives World-Class Inventors, which was given to me by my Dad (an entrepreneur) about 10 years ago. Author Evan Schwartz examines the creative process of notable inventors ranging from the Wright Brothers to genomics pioneer Lee Hood. Schwartz’s many memorable assertions include the following: