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My journey into 'Big Data'

Current estimates say there are about 7 billion people in the world. I’ll be honest, I didn’t count nor calculate this myself, but am putting my trust in the Internet on this. 772 more words

Big Data

Join Cloudera founder and "Data God" Jeff Hammerbacher at our next San Francisco PandoMonthly

There are many reasons to be impressed by the next guest of PandoMonthly San Francisco, Jeff Hammerbacher. (If you don’t need the list, go here to get your $20 ticket… 359 more words

Tech

Storage and Big Data Tutorial live at Strata+Hadoop World with Red Hat, Cloudera and Intel

Red Hat’s Greg Kleiman, director of storage and big data, meets up at Strata+Hadoop World 2015 with Brandon Draeger, director of marketing and strategy, big data solutions at Intel, and David Tishgart, director of marketing at Cloudera to discuss what interesting new trends they are seeing at the show. 468 more words

Data Center

Microsoft's machine learning guru on why data matters sooooo much

Not surprisingly, Joseph Sirosh, has big ambitions for his product portfolio at Microsoft which includes Azure ML, HDInsight and other tools. Chief among them is making it easy for mere mortals to consume these data services from the applications they’re familiar with. 378 more words

¡Pentaho World 2014! Primera Parte

Con el slogan de “Bring your data to life”, nos reciben a mi compañero de trabajo y a mi en la primera conferencia internacional que organiza este gigante “libre” líder en soluciones de Inteligencia de Negocios desarrollada en Orlando, FL. 449 more words

Pentaho 5.3 - Taming messy and extreme data


There has definitely been an evolution of how the industry talks about data. About five years ago the term ‘Big Data’ emerged to define the volume aspect of Big Data. 416 more words

Cloudera claims more than $100M in revenue in 2014

Hadoop vendor Cloudera announced on Tuesday that the company’s “[p]reliminary unaudited total revenue surpassed $100 million” in 2014. That the company, which is still privately held, would choose to disclose even that much information about its finances speaks to the fast maturation, growing competition and big egos in the Hadoop space. 410 more words