We’ve published a white paper, where we look back at the big data and business intelligence trends over the past years and highlight examples of successful Data-as-a-Service products with deep dives into Social Media Monitoring, Self-Service BI and Visual Data Discovery and Analytics Merging the Physical and Virtual Worlds, complete with lessons
Following the success of our Creating Data-as-a-Service Products at Data Natives, Elizabeth Press from D3M Labs and Dataconomy are joining forces to give your organization the opportunity to jump start your next innovative data product. Contact us to book a training specifically designed for your organization. Even though analysts publish optimistic
Elizabeth Press from D3M Labs and Data Natives are joining forces to give you the opportunity to jump start your next innovation in one day during our 1-day workshop on October 26th Creating Innovative Data-as-a-Service Products. What is Data-as-a-Service? Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) can be described as productized data-driven insight on demand.
Despite the advances in data integration and the blurring of the lines between batch (ETL) and real-time (EAI) integration, the process of managing and blending third-party or externally public datasets continues to be a burden for IT, and a cost for business, both in dollars and missed opportunities. Identifying and
Almost six months after the purchase of BlueKai, Oracle has announced two new services to “help business users drive smarter, more informed decisions across the enterprise.” The newly released service, dubbed Oracle Data Cloud, will have two offerings involved: Oracle DaaS (Data-as-a-Service) for Marketing and Oracle DaaS for Social. The