The Data Day: November 4, 2016

What happened in data platforms and analytics this week will give you chills.

And that’s the data day, today.

The Data Day, Two days: February 27/28 2013

Rackspace buys ObjectRocket. Intel delivers Hadoop distro. And more.

And that’s the data day, today.

The Data Day, The week that was: October 22-26 2012

Cloudera launches Impala. Actuate snags Quiterian. Microsoft previews HDInsight.

And the rest:
– Microsoft previewed its Windows Azure HDInsight Service and Microsoft HDInsight Server for Windows.

– SAP launched a new “big data” bundle and go-to-market strategy.

– Informatica introduced Informatica PowerCenter Big Data Edition and reported its third quarter results.

– Also announcing financial results last week were QlikTech and Pervasive.

– Teradata updated its Unity suite with the addition of Unity Loader, and introduced its Unified Data Environment and the Unified Data Architecture.

– Splunk confirmed the release of Splunk Hadoop Connect and the Splunk App for HadoopOps.

– 10gen added five vice presidents to its management team.

– Rackspace partnered with Hortonworks to create OpenStack and Hadoop-based offerings for public and private cloud.

– Talend added support for Cassandra, HBase and MongoDB , and introduced big data profiling for Apache Hadoop to its integration platform

– MarkLogic announced support for HDFS and expanded its relationship with Hortonworks.

– Kognitio adopted a free licensing model.

– Calpont launched InfiniDB 3.5.

– MetaMarkets announced that it is open sourcing its Druid streaming, real-time data store.

– YarcData updated its uRiKA Big Data appliance for graph analytics.

– Alpine Data Labs announced a global OEM partnership with QlikTech.

– Actian and Attunity announced Attunity Replicate for Actian Vectorwise.

And that’s the Data Day, today.

The Data Day, Two days: August 29/30 2012

ParStream. MongoDB 2.2. Infochimps. BigQuery. And more.

And that’s the Data Day, today.

The Data Day, Today: Feb 17 2012

Rob Bearden is new Hortonworks CEO. Oracle updates MySQL Cluster. And more.

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* With a new CEO, will Hortonworks get serious about Hadoop? Rob Bearden is Hortonworks’ new chief elephant-herder.

* Oracle Oracle Announces General Availability of MySQL Cluster 7.2. Claims 1 billion queries per minute.

* Vertica Extends Manageability and Ease-of-Use for the Vertica Analytics Platform.

* NGDATA Raises Capital to Accelerate Growth Belgian data management company confirms that it recently acquired Outerthought.

* QlikTech Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2011 Financial Results

* Quest Business Intelligence Studio 1.0 is now Generally Available

* Jaspersoft Delivers Big Data Integration into Jaspersoft ETL

* Hortonworks University Launches to Deliver Comprehensive Apache Hadoop Training and Certification.

* Schema in Cassandra 1.1. “as systems deployed on Cassandra grew and matured, lack of schema became a pain point”

* GigaSpaces Announces New Cloudify Free Product Edition.

* Announcing Reduced Pricing on SQL Azure and New 100MB Database Option.

* Composite Software Continues Innovation with Release of Version 6.1 of its Data Virtualization Platform.

* Multi-Tenant Cloudant in Europe.

* NuvolaBase has launched its hosted graph database offering.

* How Target Figured Out A Teen Girl Was Pregnant Before Her Father Did. Big data’s beer and diapers equivalent.

* Beyond “Big Data”. “I have a theory that buzzwords are usually helpful in general, in that they usher in new concepts before they end up as meaningless marketing fluff–and, eventually, punchlines. I think this is in the process of happening right now with the term “big data”.”

* For 451 Research clients

# Akiban prepares to launch ‘table grouping’ NewSQL database IMpact Report

# IBM sheds light on the Big Blue business of information governance Market Decelopment Report

And that’s the Data Day, today.