You wouldn’t buy a car solely based on looks or the salesperson’s patter, right? Also if you’re like me you want to peek under the hood, kick the tires and take the car for a spin around the block.
This week’s blog was going to be a 2018 review of significant happenings in data world, but then this news dropped.
Two big events are happening in Las Vegas this week. The first is Amazon’s yearly tech bonanza called AWS re:Invent and the second is our launch of Attunity for Data Lakes.
Stop the Presses!!! The subject of this week’s blog was quite straightforward when I first sat down to write.
High school physics defines Newton’s first law as follows: “An object will remain at rest or in constant velocity, unless acted on by an external force”. That means stuff just sits around or continues to meander in a straight line …
This article written by Mark Kromer, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft and Clive Bearman, Director of Product Marketing, Attunity explains why adding change data capture (CDC) to your data integration processes just makes good sense.
For many of us the question of “who was that masked man?” is enshrined in popular culture.
A few months ago, I wrote a post that debated the pros and cons of Apache Sqoop, concluding that Attunity Replicate was a better alternative for ingesting data into Hadoop.
Hadoop-based data lakes are one of the hottest trends in big data today because they promise to provide dynamic insights into your enterprise data for improved analytics. However, that promise looks progressively unobtainable when you consider that keeping the data …