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Rudolf Bukmaier from Jaspersoft
Technology & IT

We met up with Rudolf Bukmaier from Jaspersoft at CeBIT 2014 summit in Hannover. Rudolf Bukmaier is responsible for sales and business development at Jaspersoft in the Southern DACH region. What is Jaspersoft? Jaspersoft is an open source BI (Business Intelligence) provider.  Jaspersoft´s vision is to give every user in

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MammothDB is a specialized analytics database (not for transactional uses) – much like Teradata or Vertica – but offered at a significantly lower cost. On the front-end, MammothDB provides a native MySQL port so that any visualisation tool (from Excel to Tableau) can be connected to MammothDB. MammothDB ‘s cost offering

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MammothDB is a specialized analytics database (not for transactional uses) – much like Teradata or Vertica – but offered at a significantly lower cost. On the front-end, MammothDB provides a native MySQL port so that any visualisation tool (from Excel to Tableau) can be connected to MammothDB. MammothDB ‘s cost offering

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We met up with Olav Strand, Regional Director of splunk at the Volkswagen stand in CeBIT. Olav gave us a brief insight into splunk and its EMEA operations. He also explained the interesting collaboration that splunk  had with Volkswagen Data Lab at CeBIT in Hannover. splunk  is an American multinational corporation headquartered

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weigh, sql vs nosql
Data Science 101Technology & IT

SQL vs NoSQL Since both languages have equal number of proponents when deciding which language to use, Network World invited two influencers to share their views on SQL vs NoSQL. Ryan Betts, CTO of VoltDB, is a stark proponent of SQL and will therefore take the structured side. Bob Wiederhold,

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As was revealed at this year’s CEBIT conference, BMW uses IBM technology in order to  get that extra edge over competitors regarding optimising products, repairs and maintenance. Through deploying IBM’s software suite, BMW aims to predict  and correct flaws in the design of soon-to-be launched cars before they are finalised

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Matthias Hagen of the Bauhaus Universität Weimar is now the first full big data professor in Germany. Prof. Hagen is leading a group of researchers financed by the Ministry of Education and his own professorship is sponsored by a group of regional companies. His goal is to develop new methods

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In his speech regarding the opening of the CEBIT 2014 yesterday, David Cameron announced that the UK government is going to make 45 million pounds available to companies researching in the space of the internet of things. In addition, 1 million pounds will be made available to startups vying to

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Jut secured funding of $20 million back in November, even before it is launched. Through its Series B round led by Accel Partners together with LightSpeed Venture Partners and Wing, Jut is able to expand its engineering team and launch a first version of the product. Jut  positions itself as

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As SXSW started on Thursday, Inc. sat down with Michael Dell and he shared a little big data secret: “How much of [the] data that companies or organizations store is actually being used to create better outcomes or better decisions or better results or better anything–particularly in real time?” he asked.

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