Tag Archives: Neo4j

Big Analytics Roundup (April 25, 2016)

Mesosphere wins the internet this week with its announcement that it has open sourced DC/OS, its datacenter virtualization project built around Apache Mesos. While not an “analytics” project per se, DC/OS has the potential to transform how organizations provision and deploy their analytics platforms. In a nutshell, Apache Mesos distributes workloads across physical IT resources. DC/OS adds a container orchestration platform; installation,

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Big Analytics Roundup (March 7, 2016)

Hortonworks wins the internet this week beating the drum for its partnership with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.  The story is down under “Commercial Announcements,” just above the story about Hortonworks’ shareholder lawsuit. Google releases a distributed version of TensorFlow, and HDP releases a new version of Dataflow.  We are reaching peak flow. IBM demonstrates its core values. Folks who fret about cloud security

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Big Analytics Roundup (October 19, 2015)

Ten stories this week.  Don’t miss story #10, which recaps an analysis of collaboration and influence in the U.S.Congress using open source graph engines and a rich database of legislation. (1) Rexer: R Continues to Lead Rexer Analytics has released preliminary results from its 2015 survey of working analysts; Bob Muenchin reports.  One interesting snippet — reported tool use, as

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