Although the Kudu server is written in C++ for performance and efficiency, developers can write client applications in C++, Java, or Python. To make it easier for Java developers to create reliable client applications, we’ve added new utilities in Kudu 1.9.0 that allow you to write tests using a Kudu cluster without needing to build Kudu yourself, without any knowledge of C++, and without any complicated coordination around starting and stopping Kudu clusters for each test.
Last year, Yellowfin changed the world of business intelligence and analytics with the introduction of Yellowfin Signals. We automated data analysis, removed dashboard dependency, and sped up the process where you would get alerted to the most important changes in your business data, just ask AeroEdge.
We know that data is a key driver of success in today data-driven world. Often, companies struggle to efficiently integrate and process enterprise data for fast and reliable analytics, due to reliance on legacy ETL solutions and data silos. To solve this problem, companies are adopting cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure to modernize their IT infrastructure.
A common perspective that I see amongst software designers and developers is that Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are technologies which are only meant for an elite group. However, if a particular technology is to truly succeed and scale, it should be friendly with the common man (in this case a normal software developer).
Azure SQL Data Warehouse (DW) has quickly become one of the most important elements of the Azure Data Services landscape. Customers are flocking to Azure SQL DW to take advantage of its rich functionality, broad availability and ease-of-use. As a result, Talend’s world-class capabilities in data integration, data quality and preparation, and data governance are a natural fit with Azure SQL DW.
Any baseball fan knows that analyzing data is a big part of the experience. But data analysis in sports is now taking teams far beyond old-school sabermetrics and game performance. The market for sports analytics is expected to reach almost $4 billion by 2022, as it helps a variety of sports organizations in a range of areas. Here’s how analytics have, and will, become more prevalent in the industry.