In partnership with enterprise Hadoop vendor Hortonworks Inc., Talend said its Big Data integration platform will support a preview version of Apache Storm.
Financial firm Piper Jaffray conducted a recent survey of enterprise CIOs that indicated many wide-ranging predictions about the fast adoption of software-defined networking (SDN) might be a bit too optimistic on the timing side of things.
Altiscale Inc. recently secured $30 million in Series B startup funding, highlighting the burgeoning movement of offering Hadoop analytics as a service and, on a deeper scale, the maturation of the entire Big Data analytics industry.
Plexxi Inc. is the latest software-defined networking (SDN) vendor seeking to provide enterprises with simplified access to the complicated network virtualzation technology.
Aerospike Inc., maker of what it claims to be the "world's fastest database," has announced upgrades to its NoSQL key-value pair database.
Dell Inc. is partnering with Midokura to integrate that company's MidoNet software-defined networking (SDN) technology with Dell infrastructure, specifically offering it as an option for overlays on the OpenStack cloud computing platform.
Microsoft is making numerous updates across its widespread data platform to put more Big Data analytics capabilities into the hands of its enterprise customers.
The new Intel Internet of Things (IoT) Platform introduced by the world's largest processor manufacturer seeks to provide "an end-to-end reference model and family of products" that combines with third-party solutions to help securely and easily connect devices to deliver trusted data to the cloud for analytics initiatives.
As industry scrambles to overcome the shortage of developers with Big Data skills, the R statistical programming language is gaining in popularity.
AWS is touting Aurora as its response to the traditional relational database model, which it described as expensive, proprietary and difficult to license.
Self-service business intelligence (BI) isn't fulfilling its promise, according to a recent study by Logi Analytics.
IBM this week announced its Watson Analytics service and other data-driven offerings would soon be available on its Cloud marketplace.
Bundles of hardware, software, support and guidance aim to ease adoption of company's Big Cloud Fabric.
Two startups emerged from stealth with strategies to improve the success rate of Big Data projects and completely redesign the way enterprises store and analyze large amounts of different kinds of data, taking advantage of cloud computing capabilities.
Salesforce.com recently announced Lightning development tools for its Salesforce1 platform with the goal of enabling enterprise staffers with varying technical skills to build mobile apps.
Low-code solution allows effective offline use of data-driven apps.
Enterprise developers and marketers can capitalize on the vast quantities of information the Web giant gathers from its users.
Teradata also announces technology and sales partnership with enterprise Hadoop vendor Cloudera Inc.
HP announced the upcoming HP SDN App Store will provide software-defined networking offerings to ease the enterprise adoption of the nascent technology that increases network programmability.
BlueData Software launched its EPIC Enterprise platform with the goal to "democratize" Big Data by making it more accessible to enterprises of all sizes