Where does Cloudera go from here?

Cloudera has tamed the zoo animals, and yes, the conventional wisdom is that it now must be able to execute. But there’s one more piece that must fall into place: framing the business message.

Where do the tech giants send your data?

Although we find our digital lives convenient with notifications, streamed music, messages, and emails, remember the tech companies are ruling our lives.

SQL Server takes a turn towards Kubernetes and big data

SQL Server 2019 big data clusters bring relational and unstructured data together in a world where you don’t have to curate data before using it.

Trying to augment intelligence with AI failed if data scientists & designers don’t collaborate

Companies are starting to combine data science and design to create data-fueled products based on pattern-finding algorithms.

The new New Relic: Past BI and the dashboard, toward AI and AIOps

When applications and data change, what should a platform built to monitor them do? It should also change to keep with the times, and that’s what New Relic is doing.

Cloudera acquires Arcadia Data, shows Q2 improvement

Cloudera’s initial release of the Cloudera Data Platform appears to have led to less uncertainty in the second quarter. Separately, Cloudera acquired Arcadia Data to fill in some analytics gaps.

Brazilian citizen data under threat with sale of national tech firms

A manifesto released by the employees at one of the state-controlled firms to be privatized by the government raises concerns over the future of information belonging to millions of citizens.

Future of data science: 5 factors shaping the field

Data science is one of the most lucrative practices for organizations, but companies must take note of these five factors moving forward.

With more hybrid cloud offerings, does Azure Stack still stack up?

Microsoft’s Azure Stack isn’t the only hybrid cloud game in town, with new on-premises solutions available from Google and AWS

Microsoft SQL Server 2008/R2 reach end of support; SQL Server 2019 and Azure await

Microsoft’s database releases from 2008 and 2010 reach end of extended support. In response, Redmond says, that for many customers, the time for cloud migration has arrived.