Category: Data Analytics

Making the connection: how SQL on Hadoop brings together data for deeper insight

Making the connection: how SQL on Hadoop brings together data for deeper insight

The fusing of analytics with leading technologies can unlock significant business value and bring new transformation opportunities for enterprise companies. In order to be successful, analytics-based initiatives such as AI and the Internet of Things (IoT) need massive amounts of big data—and also the right applications to uncover hidden patterns, correlations and insights necessary to … Continue reading Making the connection: how SQL on Hadoop brings together data for deeper insight

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Why hybrid cloud environments require live data replication technology

Why hybrid cloud environments require live data replication technology

The best decisions are made by extracting value from all the disparate data across your business. Yet aggregating data across external sources, regional silos and various forms of storage is not an easy challenge to solve. Data-powered businesses need always-on access to data to keep operations moving smoothly and to stay competitive. As data infrastructures … Continue reading Why hybrid cloud environments require live data replication technology

Why Python is getting more popular…and how to use it with SQL databases

Why Python is getting more popular…and how to use it with SQL databases

For the past nine years, Stack Overflow, a question-and-answer website for programmers, has polled developers to understand what technologies they are using and to find out what technologies they want to work with next. This year, the nearly 90,000 survey participants revealed that, once again, Python has risen in the ranks of language popularity. Python … Continue reading Why Python is getting more popular…and how to use it with SQL databases

Driving the culture of AI forward with MongoDB

Driving the culture of AI forward with MongoDB

“In 2021, AI augmentation will generate $2.9 trillion in business value and recover 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity,” according to Gartner. It will do so largely by learning how to make better predictions over time and supplementing people’s ability to complete tasks in more natural ways. For example, radiologists will rely on the inferences … Continue reading Driving the culture of AI forward with MongoDB