The Data Day: September 14, 2018

The ever-growing intersection of #IoT, #AI and #blockchain. And more.

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The Data Day: June 29, 2018

451 Research publishes Total Data Warehousing 2018. And more.

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The Data Day: April 27, 2018

Tableau introduces Tableau Prep, new subscription packages. and more.

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The Data Day: March 16, 2018

Beware the machine-learning “black box”. And more.

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The Data Day: February 16, 2018

MongoDB announces multi-document ACID transactions. And more.

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The Data Day: November 10, 2017

This isn’t a data and analytics situation.

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The Data Day: October 20, 2017

Too much data, not enough analytics. Stand for the National Anthem.

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The Data Day: September 29, 2017

Even Usain Bolt from Jamaica, one of the greatest runners and athletes of all time, showed RESPECT for our data and analytics!

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The Data Day: September 22, 2017

I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged data and analytics dotard with fire

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The Data Day: September 4, 2017

They will not go into those winds. Unless it’s really good data, in which case they will.

– For @451Research clients: Not born in the USA: data platforms and analytics vendors from across the pond By Matt Aslett, Krishna Roy, and Jim Curtis

– For @451Research clients: AI, machine learning and the strategies of major software vendors By Nick Patience

– For @451Research clients: At ‘World,’ MongoDB whets appetite for forthcoming 3.6 release By Jim Curtis

– For @451Research clients: Kogentix shines a light on AMP, looks to build an automated machine-learning business By Krishna Roy

– For @451Research clients: BlueData releases its EPIC 3.0 big-data platform with an enterprise focus By Jim Curtis

– For @451Research clients: With a fresh $10m, PHEMI lands major customer for big-data management By Jim Curtis

For @451Research clients: Linguamatics expands text-mining use cases with I2E upgrades By Krishna Roy

– For @451Research clients: Metamarkets sees expanding demand for programmatic analytics By Scott Denne and Krishna Roy

– Databricks raised a $140m series D funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz.

– ThoughtSpot raised $60m new investment and launched SpotIQ.

– Redis Labs raised $44m funding led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing

– Splunk generated a net loss of $83.5m on Q2 revenue up 32% to $280m.

– Micro Focus completed its merger with HPE Software Business

– Syncsort has acquired Metron Technology, a provider of capacity management software and services.

– Bet365 announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Basho’s remaining assets and intends to to open source all of Basho’s Riak-related products and source code.

– MapR launched the MapR Orbit Cloud Suite to manage data across one or more clouds, hybrid clouds, or to the edge.

– Confluent has released KSQL, a streaming SQL engine for Apache Kafka

– SnapLogic announced the delivery of its Summer 2017 (4.10) release of the SnapLogic Enterprise Integration Cloud.

– Arcadia Data announced native visual analytics on real-time streaming data

– Striim launched version 3.7.4 of the Striim platform

– Treasure Data unveiled Enterprise Fluentd Manager

– VoltDB launched v7.6, targeted at real-time predictive fraud detection and prevention.

– 2ndQuadrant announced the Release of OmniDB

And that’s the data day, today.