Datameer has introduced its new Visual Explorer component, and in my opinion, big data analysis has undergone a sea change because of it. I know that sounds hyperbolic, especially since I am not a disinterested party – but I am in earnest. Visual Explorer is a combination of technological breakthrough and a unique user experience that changes the landscape for doing exploration work with raw data at high-volume. In this post, I’d like to expound on why it’s so fundamentally transformational.
by John Morrell on Mar 05, 2018
At the heart of digital transformation is the creation of new data assets that drive the processes that fuel digital business. Optimizing and operationalizing the data asset creation process is at the core of the next iteration of the data lake, in which the data lake becomes the production line for the digital business. Companies that succeed at optimizing these production lines will ultimately have a tremendous leg up over their competition in the digital economy.
Long having an intriguing mystique, Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to struggle when it comes to delivering business value. The question remains: can new tools and/or packaged solutions help organizations obtain better business results from AI?
by Datameer on Feb 26, 2018
Those of us who have been in the industry for a few years (and yes, I’m showing my age here) remember the lessons learned from the early days of data warehousing. We recall the failed data warehouse projects in which companies spent millions of dollars and many man-years to build a data warehouse that was never adopted by the business.
by Datameer on Feb 22, 2018
“That is the way to learn the most, that when you are doing something with such enjoyment that you don’t notice the time passes.” – Albert Einstein
by Datameer on Feb 19, 2018
For almost five years now, the Business Intelligence (BI) and big data worlds have faced an impasse – one that has both slowed potential adoption of big data technology and, likely, confounded users. The power and innovation of big data have effectively been held in captivity, because it just hasn’t been as accessible as it needs to be, in terms of logistics and usability.