SAP’s participation gives Cloud Foundry more enterprise cred while Rackspace’s entry could ease IaaS-PaaS confusion between OpenStack and Cloud Foundry.
Developers love the latest and greatest tooling. Whether it’s Sawzall, a Google language that bridges declarative and procedural worlds. Or Kafka, a real-time framework for managing data streams. Here are four or five tools that deserve a look.
As we move towards a quantified society, one shaped by data, we start to dismiss things that are unquantified. Empathy, emotion and storytelling — these are as much a part of business as they are of life. Here is why.
Google Drive and LinkedIn suffered snafus this week; and Amazon will reportedly build a not-so-secret cloud for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Call it whatever you want — big data, data science, data intelligence — but be prepared to have your mind blown. Imagination and technology are on a collision course that will change the world in profound ways.
For companies in Silicon Valley who want to prioritize design, the real question is how to do it while also shipping engineering products to market. At Pinterest, the designers and engineers are vocal that you can, in fact, do both.
A few trends emerged in more than 30 talks at this year’s GigaOM Structure:Data conference in New York on March 20-21. The big one: people play a crucial part in the big data equation.
In-memory, SQL, NoSQL and graph databases were on display in a fiesty discussion about databases that don’t involve Hadoop. The distinctions stand out amid growing interest in specialized databases in a big-data age.
Financial institutions have a lot of data — as in multiple petabytes– so storing that data for use in new products and for regulatory compliance will move to the public cloud.
For a company like Eventbrite, which manages ticket sales and audiences for events across the world, keeping up with the constant flow of data and information is a challenge.