Analytics for supercomputers

Cray Inc. has launched the Cray® Urika®-XC analytics software suite, bringing graph analytics, deep learning, and robust big data analytics tools to the Company’s flagship line of Cray XC™ supercomputers.




Healthy collaboration

Qlik’s collaborative and agile solution delivers deep insights to improve patient care, population health outcomes, operational efficiency, and research productivity.


Azure analytics addition

Alteryx will offer its Alteryx Server in a cloud computing environment on Microsoft Azure. Organisations can now quickly deploy Alteryx Server, a powerful platform to share analytical workflows across the enterprise, via the Azure Marketplace to empower analysts and business users to more easily consume data and make more informed business decisions.





Alteryx launches Connect

Alteryx has introduced Alteryx Connect, a data exploration platform that empowers users to discover and collaborate on data assets, visualizations, reports and workflows typically siloed across large enterprises. With Alteryx Connect, users can easily find curated data and relevant information from both Alteryx-connected data and other data sources – ultimately decreasing time to insight.







Talend helps Beachbody power up its Cloud Data Lake

Beachbody, the makers of P90X and Insanity, is using Talend to ingest its corporate data into Amazon Simple Storage Service (AWS S3) and enable self-service access for line-of-business employees using a variety of analysis tools. In less than six months, Beachbody’s IT team moved the company from receiving new data once a week, to having it in near real-time so employees can make business decisions faster.



Talend supports Cloudera Altus

Talend is working with Cloudera as the first integration provider to support Cloudera Altus, a newly released Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering that simplifies running large-scale data processing applications in the public cloud.



Cloudera launches Altus

Cloudera has released Cloudera Altus, a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering that makes it easier to run large-scale data processing applications on public cloud. The initial Altus service helps data engineers use on-demand infrastructure to speed the creation and operation of elastic data pipelines that power sophisticated, data-driven applications.



Infosys Launches Boundaryless Data Lake

Infosys has launched the Infosys Boundaryless Data Lake offering powered by its Information Grid Solution on Amazon Web Services (AWS).The solution allows enterprises to do more with their data by making it possible for them to leverage the insights it provides to reduce time-to-market, create new revenue models, reduce latency and improve operational efficiencies through near real-time decision making.








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