Microsoft-AzureXtremeData announces a powerful new SQL data analytics platform on Microsoft Azure
 
Enterprises can now easily capture, consume and derive insights from bigdata

Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) October 30, 2014—Jay Desai, EVP and co-founder of XtremeData, today announced the general availability of dbX-Azure, an integrated end-to-end platform for SQL-based data analytics.

The announcement addresses the increasing demand for a cloud solution that enables enterprises to leverage multiple new big data sources, without the pain of learning new tools or the long lead-times of on-premises systems. prweb.com

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XtremeData Partners With IBMXtremeData Partners With IBM to Offer High-Performance Data Analytics Platform on IBM’s Cloud Marketplace
Clients get immediate benefits of on-demand provisioning and a familiar SQL interface
 

logo prweb Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) May 04, 2014

XtremeData today announced a partnership with IBM that brings the power of dbX to the IBM Cloud marketplace. Starting today, IBM clients can immediately benefit from an on-demand bigdata analytics platform that offers high-speed processing and elastic scalability.
 

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IBM Cloud marketplaceXtremeData partners with IBM to offer high-performance data analytics platform on IBM’s Cloud marketplace
 
Clients get immediate benefits of on-demand provisioning and a familiar SQL interface

SCHAUMBURG, IL, Apr 30, 2014  -- XtremeData today announced a partnership with IBM that brings the power of dbX to the IBM Cloud marketplace. Starting today, IBM clients can immediately benefit from an on-demand bigdata analytics platform that offers high-speed processing and elastic scalability.

 

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siliconindia-ipadSilicon India Magazines:
The Next Frontier for Smarter Customer Experiences
 
siliconindia.com | Silicon India Magazines

by John Conley, Vice President, Data Warehousing Dotomi


siliconindia Silicon India Magazines: The Next Frontier for Smarter Customer Experiences

Today the trends in the computing industry are easy to spot: we just need to look at the cover of any trade magazine: BigData-Cloud-Mobility. The nexus of these three trends is causing seismic disruptions at a scale not seen since the introduction of the PC in the eighties.
 

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macbook-air-largeExtrapolating Data:
Software ease of use and skilled employees enable effective big data analytics.
 
softwaremag.com | Software Magazine

By Amber E. Watson


SoftwareMagLogoWebExtrapolating Data:
Software ease of use and skilled employees enable effective big data analytics.

Industry analysts and software vendors agree that certain skill sets are necessary for employees collecting and translating big data within their organizations. To address the growing concern of the shortage of such expertise, software developers work to simplify user interfaces to make it easier for novice users to extrapolate and analyze data.

Thanks to this new breed of business analytics products, there is opportunity for everyone in an organization to see and understand data. Still, the right mindset and certain skills play an important part in the emerging role of the "data scientist."

While a move to simplified systems expect to reduce the need, it is still important that companies train or hire a skilled team to effectively analyze big data.

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