Business intelligence and analytics have risen to the top spot when it comes to technology investments this year.
With much fanfare, South African IT firm Dimension Data proclaimed that it was partnering with Amaury Sport Organisation, which owns the Tour de France, to "deliver [a] big data cycling analytics platform for the first time in the history of professional cycling."
Sumo Logic now makes it possible for dev and ops teams to collect data from the Docker infrastructure, as well as the applications running inside containers.
Verilume has come out of stealth with the goal of providing developers with self-service analytics products. Its launch day offering, Verilume Cloud Builder, is a tool that the company stated makes it easy and quick to deploy clouds with OpenStack or Hadoop data analytics environments.
Whether operating in a BYOD or corporate-owned mobile device environment, companies face mobile security risks every day from existing and previously unknown threats. To help enterprises cope with mobile threats, Lookout launched on Tuesday a mobile threat protection platform for the enterprise.
As-a-Service offerings cover the gamut of technical offerings so it's really no surprise that Analytics-as-a-Service would join the lineup. Rosslyn Analytics happens to be one of the first companies to offer it and they did so just this week.
Two industry giants, Microsoft and EY (formerly Ernst & Young) announced their partnership in joint cloud and data analytics efforts.
IT leaders are being afforded a 360 view into their operational and financial performance, with the release tofay of several new products by Numerify as part of its cloud-based analytics suite.
The top news stories for April 16, 2015.
Hortonworks, one of the key contributors and supporters of Apache Hadoop, is acquiring SequenceIQ. The buy will give Hortonworks customers the chance to speed up their Hadoop deployments in the cloud and may give Hortonworks a leg up in Europe.