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TroubleshootingAs a business intelligence developer, consider a few rudimentary questions about a null value before deciding on a potential course of action.
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NewsPermira and a Canadian firm are buying Informatica for $5.3 billion. The buyers will strive to position Informatica's data management tools for the big data and cloud waves.
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NewsThe remnants of RadioShack’s retail empire went on the auction block on Monday, giving bidders the first chance to snap up the company’s trademarks, patents, leases—and the names, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers of millions of RadioShack customers.
NewsBig Data technologies like Hadoop and NoSQL could be coming to a data warehouse near you -- thanks to Teradata and MapR. The two companies have inked a partnership to ensure MapR's Hadoop and NoSQL capabilities integrate with Teradata's data warehousing portfolio.
CommentaryRight now, the best BI solutions successfully balance the benefits that proven traditional processes offer with newer technologies that foster self-reliance and don’t drain valuable resources, energy or time.
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Information Management's DM RadioBig data may have all the cachet these days, but the new solutions owe much to the decades of engineering that created enterprise data warehousing. In fact, even the most advanced NoSQL architectures have a long way to go before they can even match the overall performance of a traditional EDW.
Information Management's DM RadioHow big a deal is Intel’s $740 million investment in Cloudera? Some could argue it spells serious trouble for the data warehousing paradigm. But truth be told, the big data crowd has much to learn from all those warehousing, integration and analytics experts. Register for this episode of DM Radio to hear Host Eric Kavanagh interview Barry Devlin of 9sight, Mike Olson of Cloudera, John Santaferraro of Actian and Mike Fahey of Clarity Solutions Group.
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