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Keith Townsend discusses what is disrupting traditional SAN arrays, and considers what this means for the future of enterprise storage.
Enterprise Hadoop vendor Hortonworks recently filed for an initial public offering. It could change the game in the coming months for big data and Hadoop.
The goal of this document is to demonstrate the ease with which Oracle can be deployed on, or migrated to, a Pure Storage Flash Array. We also take a look at the resulting perform...
Business intelligence tools offer great insights, but are often made for analysts. Here's how Birst built a user tier for business intelligence data.
SumAll CEO Dane Atkinson talks about a data freshness approach: targeted responses for high conversion, then over time aligning with market changes and staying on top of patterns.
Open source has promised to unseat proprietary competitors for decades, but the cloud may make the threat real.
Legacy relational databases can't cope with big data demands, so Splice Machine built a Hadoop-based alternative for running operational, real-time applications.
Chicago's G2 Crowd is lifting the veil on enterprise software, creating an online review platform for business software and services.
Storage giant EMC made a flurry of announcements this week. Here are its expectations for what businesses will do next in the world of storage.
Arkansas startup Qbox provides managed cloud hosting for open source search engine Elasticsearch. Learn how Qbox serves its primary market and more in this Q&A with the CEO.