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The University of North Texas (UNT) has chosen Attunity Replicate to enable a Hadoop data lake as part of the University’s strategic, real-time analytics initiative designed to improve enrollment, retention and overall student experience.
Today’s enterprise data warehouse is rapidly filling with rising volumes of data from increasingly varied sources. Some analysts estimate that companies use a third of their structured data for analytics. While some IT departments suspect that this is the case, they don’t know how to identify the two thirds of structured data that’s not getting used for analytics.
Broadcasting live from theCUBE, in conjunction with Strata + Hadoop World in San Jose, California, George Gilbert, Big Data & Analytics Analyst at Wikibon, interviewed Attunity CMO, Itamar Ankorion, Attunity customer Chris Murphy of a large global insurance company, and Martin Lidl from Deloitte, the firm that helped build the data lake. They discussed their experience using Attunity Replicate to enable a Hadoop data lake for a major insurance firm and some of the goals, challenges and solutions of the implementation.
What if you could derive real-time insights using ALL of your data? Making ALL of your data available for analytics helps to support business decisions that improve operations, optimize customer service and enable your company to compete more effectively. To do so, companies like yours often look for ways to bring live data into your analytics platform where it can be merged with other to serve a growing number of users.
The Attunity team was excited to announce this week that Poly-Wood, LLC, an outdoor furniture manufacturer, has chosen our data warehouse automation solution, Attunity Compose, to accelerate its data warehousing build process to enable faster analytics delivery in support of business decision making.
NGP VAN is the leading technology provider to progressive political campaigns and non-profit organizations, offering clients an integrated platform of the best fundraising, compliance, field, organizing, digital, and social networking products. Nearly every major Democratic campaign in America is powered by NGP VAN, including the Obama campaign’s voter contact, volunteer, fundraising and compliance operations in all 50 states.
As we headed into 2016, Information Week had ten predictions for Big Data. Their list included the rise of the Chief Data Officer, the coming of the data-as-a-service business model, and the ability to get real-time insights from data. Looking back at 2016, we saw many of these predictions come true with what some of Attunity’s customers did with their Big Data.
North Bridge, a growth equity and venture capital firm, in partnership with research analyst firm Wikibon, announced the results of its sixth annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey, which analyzes trends in cloud computing, adoption, use and challenges on a yearly basis. North Bridge, a growth equity and venture capital firm, in partnership with research analyst firm Wikibon, announced the results of its sixth annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey, which analyzes trends in cloud computing, adoption, use and challenges on a yearly basis.
“The mainframe is going away” is as true now as it was 10, 20 and 30 years ago. Mainframes are still crucial in handling critical business transactions, they were however built for an era where batch data movement was the norm and can be difficult to integrate into today’s data-driven, real-time, analytics-focused business processes as well as the environments that support them.
When a giant online sports apparel and memorabilia retailer wanted to move their data into a data lake in the cloud, they needed a seamless method to migrate their data. Read on to learn how Fanatics, the world's most-licensed sports retailer, used Amazon Web Services and Attunity CloudBeam to move data into a cloud-based data lake to perform data analytics.