SQL and Hadoop: ascloseasthis. Splunk revenue up 64%. and more.
And that’s the data day, today.
New CEO at Revolution. Pentaho goes big data. EMC Hadoop gets Isilon. And more.
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* Revolution Analytics Names David Rich New CEO
* Pentaho Open Sources Big Data Capabilities to Further Fuel Widespread Adoption
* EMC Isilon is Industry’s First Scale-Out NAS System with Native Hadoop Support
* Actuate Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2011 Financial Results
* Sumo Logic Raises $15M Series B Round for Next Generation Log Management and Analytics
* Announcing Oracle R Enterprise 1.0
* Paul Cormier Joins Hortonworks’ Board of Directors
* DataStax Launches First Complete Solution for Cassandra Development on Windows and Mac
* Latest Release of Kalido Information Engine Eliminates Data Mart Migration and Consolidation Hassles
* Karmasphere Brings More Power, Collaboration, and Faster Insights to Big Data Analytics Teams on Hadoop
* Why Big Data Won’t Make You Smart, Rich, Or Pretty
* SAP HANA – slowly moving out of hype into actual projects
* For 451 Research clients
# Actuate gets ready to go shopping in the ‘big data’ mall Acquirer IQ
# Couchbase cites enterprise adoption, clarifies distributed NoSQL database strategy Impact report
# SpagoBI illuminates 2012 roadmap, takes open source model to US, Latin America Impact report
# Customer data analysis provider nPario combines big data and smart segmentation Impact report
# Tableau details 2012 growth strategy, gets semantic for visual analytics Market development report
# EMC integrates re-branded Hadoop distribution with Isilon NAS Market development report
# Quiterian seeks funding for new customer analytics in the cloud focus Market development report
# Hortonworks refines its commercial strategy for Apache Hadoop Market development report
# Digital Reasoning pledges to automate the analysis of complex data Market development report
And that’s the Data Day, today.