Tag Archives: 0xdata

Big Analytics Roundup (March 9, 2015)

Here’s a roundup of interesting Big Analytics news and analysis from the past week.  Featured this week: Hortonworks, Alpine, Spark and H2O. Hortonworks Matt Asay, writing in InfoWorld, deconstructs Hortonworks’ earnings fiasco, and with it the “100% open source” business model. Alpine Data Labs VentureBeat reports a story that Alpine Data Labs claims 10X growth in user count and billings year over year.

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0xdata Secures an “A” Round, Changes Name

VentureBeat reports that 0xdata has secured $8.9 million in “A” round financing from six investors.  (According to Crunchbase, the funding actually closed July 19).   In the same article, VentureBeat also reports that 0xdata will change its name to H2O, aligning its corporate and product brands. Since I first reported on 0xdata/H2O earlier this year, the firm has doubled its user

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Strata Report: Advanced Analytics in Hadoop

Here is a quick review of the capabilities for advanced analytics in Hadoop for five vendors at the recent Strata NYC conference: 0xData Alpine Data Labs Oracle SAS Skytree 0XData Product(s) H20 (open source project) h2o (R package) Description Smart people from Stanford with VC backing and a social media program.   Services business model with open source software.  H20 is an

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