Today's global headlines in big data
- BI vendor arcplan introduces arcplan Enterprise 7.2, a new version of its software that supports in-memory appliances used to analyze Big Data from SAP and Kognitio and also offers enhanced multi-tenancy to provide a foundation for cloud-based business intelligence.
- 10gen, sponsor of the open source non-relational database MongoDB, and open source solutions provider Red Hat announce new venues for collaboration and the joint development of best practices and blueprint reference designs for deploying MongoDB across Red Hat offerings, including the Red Hat Enterprise Linux enterprise operating system, Red Hat's Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) OpenShift and Red Hat JBoss Middleware Solutions.
Energy industry leaders on the role of data in developing the potential of smart grid capabilities - by Bart King, Cleantech Communications
Companies that have successfully invested in big data analytics are unlocking its business potential, and new technologies are storing and analysing data ever more affordably.
Blog comments. Reviews. Call centre transcripts. Social Media Content...Etc. Etc. These days, textual data comes in many forms, and from many sources. But what to do with it all? Many companies have terabytes of the stuff, but have yet to understand how to exploit it properly.