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Get the Big Ideas behind Big Data and Analytics″

…their data and innovating faster, enhancing customer experiences, and becoming more relevant in the market. Organizations that don’t have a data strategy are starting to fall behind – fast.   To help you develop an impactful big data strategy we are doing a series of 3 Big Data Virtual Conferences. These complimentary events give you a chance to get the insider perspective on how to capitalize on the data your organization is already gathering,…


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Why I Love Big Data Partner Series 6: Highlights from Cisco Live — Top Insights from Platfora

…#8221; is up! If you are on your way back home from Cisco Live, this would be a great read for your commute. Rob Rosen from Platfora will take us through how easy it is to uncover previously hidden threats with an integrated big data solution that dynamically analyzes large volumes of disparate security data from Cisco’s security portfolio. If you missed Cisco Live this year, Rob also did a great job summarizing some of the key highlights….


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OSpod #32: Carol Barrett

…a strategy that you see Intel use on everything from laptops or handheld tablet devices, whether it’s Android or working with Microsoft on the Windows platforms, all types of Linux contributions. OpenStack is clearly a big part of our data center strategies and what our customers are telling us they’re going to deploy. Where I am is inside of the software and services group inside of Intel. We’re almost a service organization…


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Why I Love Big Data Partner Series 1: Leverage Big Data at Scale, with Cisco and Hortonworks

As the first in the series of “Why I love Big Data blogs” with our Big Data and Analytics partners, I am pleased to have Cecile share how Hortonworks is working with Cisco to bring business solutions to our joint customers.   Guest Blogger: Cecile Poyet, Alliance Marketing Manager at Hortonworks One of the most exciting, yet challenging opportunities companies face today is related to data. Every year, they have to deal with about 40% more…


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OSPod #29: Jay Pipes

…he project might have. In the end, it just kind of stifled innovation. It was preventing a good project contributor team from making progress because we were sort of almost throwing arbitrary restrictions at them. The second big part of the Big Tent initiative was to make the set of requirements for going into the OpenStack code namespace be as objective as possible. Now, the list of things that you need to do to get into the OpenStack code…


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