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Published By: DATAVERSITY     Published Date: Jul 24, 2014
Will the “programmable era” of computers be replaced by Cognitive Computing systems which can learn from interactions and reason through dynamic experience just like humans? With rapidly increasing volumes of Big Data, there is a compelling need for smarter machines to organize data faster, make better sense of it, discover insights, then learn, adapt, and improve over time without direct programming. This paper is sponsored by: Cognitive Scale.
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Published By: Ted Hills     Published Date: Mar 08, 2017
Ever since Codd introduced so-called “null values” to the relational model, there have been debates about exactly what they mean and their proper handling in relational databases. In this paper I examine the meaning of tuples and relations containing “null values”. For the type of “null value” representing unknown data, I propose an interpretation and a solution that is more rigorously defined than the SQL NULL or other similar solutions, and which can be implemented in a systematic and application-independent manner in database management systems.
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Published By: Ted Hills     Published Date: Mar 08, 2017
Ever since Codd introduced so-called “null values” to the relational model, there have been debates about exactly what they mean and their proper handling in relational databases. In this paper I examine the meaning of tuples and relations containing “null values”. For the type of “null value” representing that data are not applicable, I propose an interpretation and a solution that is more rigorously defined than the SQL NULL or other similar solutions, and which can be implemented in a systematic and application-independent manner in database management systems.
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Published By: DATAVERSITY     Published Date: Jun 14, 2013
This report analyzes many challenges faced when beginning a new Data Governance program, and outlines many crucial elements in successfully executing such a program. “Data Governance” is a term fraught with nuance, misunderstanding, myriad opinions, and fear. It is often enough to keep Data Stewards and senior executives awake late into the night. The modern enterprise needs reliable and sustainable control over its technological systems, business processes, and data assets. Such control is tantamount to competitive success in an ever-changing marketplace driven by the exponential growth of data, mobile computing, social networking, the need for real-time analytics and reporting mechanisms, and increasing regulatory compliance requirements. Data Governance can enhance and buttress (or resuscitate, if needed) the strategic and tactical business drivers every enterprise needs for market success. This paper is sponsored by: ASG, DGPO and DebTech International.
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Published By: DATAVERSITY     Published Date: Dec 27, 2013
There are actually many elements of such a vision that are working together. ACID and NoSQL are not the antagonists they were once thought to be; NoSQL works well under a BASE model, but also some of the innovative NoSQL systems fully conform to ACID requirements. Database engineers have puzzled out how to get non-relational systems to work within an environment that demands high availability, scalability, with differing levels of recovery and partition tolerance. BASE is still a leading innovation that is wedded to the NoSQL model, and the evolution of both together is harmonious. But that doesn’t mean they always have to be in partnership; there are several options. So while the opening anecdote is true in many cases, organizations that need more diverse possibilities can move into the commercial arena and get the specific option that works best for them. This paper is sponsored by: MarkLogic.
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Published By: TopQuadrant     Published Date: Jun 01, 2017
This paper presents a practitioner informed roadmap intended to assist enterprises in maturing their Enterprise Information Management (EIM) practices, with a specific focus on improving Reference Data Management (RDM). Reference data is found in every application used by an enterprise including back-end systems, front-end commerce applications, data exchange formats, and in outsourced, hosted systems, big data platforms, and data warehouses. It can easily be 20–50% of the tables in a data store. And the values are used throughout the transactional and mastered data sets to make the system internally consistent.
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Published By: MapR Technologies     Published Date: Mar 29, 2016
Add Big Data Technologies to Get More Value from Your Stack Taking advantage of big data starts with understanding how to optimize and augment your existing infrastructure. Relational databases have endured for a reason – they fit well with the types of data that organizations use to run their business. These types of data in business applications such as ERP, CRM, EPM, etc., are not fundamentally changing, which suggests that relational databases will continue to play a foundational role in enterprise architectures for the foreseeable future. One area where emerging technologies can complement relational database technologies is big data. With the rapidly growing volumes of data, along with the many new sources of data, organizations look for ways to relieve pressure from their existing systems. That’s where Hadoop and NoSQL come in.
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Published By: Cambridge Semantics     Published Date: May 11, 2016
With the explosive growth of Big Data, IT professionals find their time and resources squeezed between managing increasingly large and diverse siloed data stores and increased user demands for timely, accurate data. The graph-based ANZO Smart Data Manager is built to relieve these burdens by automating the process of managing, cataloging and governing data at enterprise scale and security. Anzo Smart Data Manager allows companies to truly understand their data ecosystems and leverage the metadata within it.
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Published By: AnalytixDS     Published Date: Feb 28, 2015
With future business intelligence solutions clearly evolving from data that comes from highly efficient and well behaved systems, to data that comes from the extended enterprise where data is not necessarily so well structured and behaved - Organizations are forced into a more collaborative mode of operation with their core infrastructure being adapted from the consumer space, and to the extent possible, conformed to their existing repositories. This whitepaper attempts to address various challenges consumers face while managing enormous data sets within the context of this complex scenario. Further, we’ll try to answer the question: Is Big Data Governance really that different from traditional data governance initiatives? Finally, we’ll see how AnalytiX™ Mapping Manager™ can help organizations accelerate the development and deployment of a successful Big Data/ Business Intelligence platform and accelerate delivery of all sorts of data – structured, semi-structured as well as unstruc
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Published By: Trillium Software     Published Date: Mar 29, 2016
We are living in a new age in which your business success depends on access to trusted data across more systems and more users faster than ever before. However, your business information is often incomplete, filled with errors, and beyond the reach of people who need it. Whether you’re responsible for technology or information strategy, you need to enable your business to have real-time access to reliable information. Otherwise, your company will be left behind. Download Trillium’s whitepaper, “How to Succeed in the New Age of Data Quality”, to learn how you can create a successful data quality strategy.
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Published By: Reltio     Published Date: Aug 11, 2017
"Forrester's research uncovered a market in which Reltio [and other companies] lead the pack,” the Forrester Wave Master Data Management, 2016 states. "Leaders demonstrated extensive and MDM capabilities for sophisticated master data scenarios, large complex ecosystems, and data governance to deliver enterprise-scale business value.”
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Published By: Reltio     Published Date: May 22, 2018
"Forrester's research uncovered a market in which Reltio [and other companies] lead the pack,” the Forrester Wave Master Data Management states. "Leaders demonstrated extensive and MDM capabilities for sophisticated master data scenarios, large complex ecosystems, and data governance to deliver enterprise-scale business value.” Reltio executes the vision for next-generation MDM by converging trusted data management with business insight solutions at scale and in the cloud. Machine learning and graph technology capabilities enable a contextual data model while also maintaining temporal and lineage changes of the master data.
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Published By: Looker     Published Date: Mar 15, 2016
Data centralization merges different data streams into a common source through unified variables. This process can provide context to overly-broad metrics and enable cross-platform analytics to guide better business decisions. Investments in analytics tools are now paying back a 13.01:1 return on investment (ROI), with increased returns when these tools integrate with three or more data sour- ces. While the perks of centralization are obvious in theory, the quantity and variety of data available in today’s landscape make this difficult to achieve. This report provides a roadmap for how to connect systems, data stores, and institutions (both technological and human). Learn: • How data centralization enables better analytics • How to redefine data as a vehicle for change • How the right BI tool eliminates the data analyst bottleneck • How to define single sources of truth for your organization • How to build a data-driven (not just data-rich) organization
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Published By: Snowflake Computing     Published Date: Apr 19, 2016
Data warehouse as a service brings scalability and flexibility to organizations seeking to deliver data to all users and systems that need to analyze it. The ability to access and analyze data is the critical foundational element for competing in new and old industries alike. Yet, a recent survey of IT executives finds that most are still struggling— and frustrated — with widely used data analytics tools. Find out what your peers are saying, and see how your data analytics environment compares.
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Snowflake Computing
Published By: Wave Computing     Published Date: Jul 06, 2018
This paper argues a case for the use of coarse grained reconfigurable array (CGRA) architectures for the efficient acceleration of the data flow computations used in deep neural network training and inferencing. The paper discusses the problems with other parallel acceleration systems such as massively parallel processor arrays (MPPAs) and heterogeneous systems based on CUDA and OpenCL, and proposes that CGRAs with autonomous computing features deliver improved performance and computational efficiency. The machine learning compute appliance that Wave Computing is developing executes data flow graphs using multiple clock-less, CGRA-based System on Chips (SoCs) each containing 16,000 processing elements (PEs). This paper describes the tools needed for efficient compilation of data flow graphs to the CGRA architecture, and outlines Wave Computing’s WaveFlow software (SW) framework for the online mapping of models from popular workflows like Tensorflow, MXNet and Caffe.
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Published By: graphgrid     Published Date: Oct 02, 2018
Whether it’s for a specific application, optimizing your existing operations, or innovating new customer services, graph databases are a powerful technology that turn accessing and analyzing your data into a competitive advantage. Graph databases resolve the Big Data limitations and free up data architects and developers to build amazing solutions that predict behaviors, enable data driven decisions and make insightful recommendations. Yet just as cars aren’t functional with only engines, graph databases require surrounding capabilities including ingesting multi-source data, building data models that are unique to your business needs, ease of data interaction and visualization, seamless co-existence with legacy systems, high performance search capabilities, and integration of data analysis applications. Collectively, this comprehensive data platform turns graph capabilities into tangible insights that drive your business forward.
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Published By: graphgrid     Published Date: Oct 02, 2018
Whether it’s for a specific application, optimizing your existing operations, or innovating new customer services, graph databases are a powerful technology that turn accessing and analyzing your data into a competitive advantage. Graph databases resolve the Big Data limitations and free up data architects and developers to build amazing solutions that predict behaviors, enable data driven decisions and make insightful recommendations. Yet just as cars aren’t functional with only engines, graph databases require surrounding capabilities including ingesting multi-source data, building data models that are unique to your business needs, ease of data interaction and visualization, seamless co-existence with legacy systems, high performance search capabilities, and integration of data analysis applications. Collectively, this comprehensive data platform turns graph capabilities into tangible insights that drive your business forward.
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Published By: TopQuadrant     Published Date: Jul 18, 2016
With information streaming in from more varied sources and at a faster pace than ever before, organizations are having an increasingly difficult time deriving accurate meaning from their data. Data governance systems that were once able to organize and process enterprise information are becoming too slow and limited.   Semantic information management makes it easier to reconcile data from different sources by compiling and organizing information about that data, its metadata. By connecting all kinds of data and metadata in a more accessible way, semantic information systems empower users, data stewards and analysts to unlock and use the true meaning and value of their organization’s data.     Learn more about the challenges in the evolving data landscape and how a semantic approach can help.
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Published By: TopQuadrant     Published Date: Aug 01, 2016
With information streaming in from more varied sources and at a faster pace than ever before, organizations are having an increasingly difficult time deriving accurate meaning from their data. Data governance systems that were once able to organize and process enterprise information are becoming too slow and limited. Semantic information management makes it easier to reconcile data from different sources by compiling and organizing information about that data, its metadata. By connecting all kinds of data and metadata in a more accessible way, semantic information systems empower users, data stewards and analysts to unlock and use the true meaning and value of their organization’s data. Learn more about the challenges in the evolving data landscape and how a semantic approach can help.
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Published By: Basho     Published Date: Nov 25, 2015
The landscape of Scalable Operational and Analytical Systems is changing and disrupting the norm of using relational databases for all workloads. With the growing need to process and analyze Big Data at Scale, the demand for alternative strategies has grown and has given rise to the emergence of NoSQL databases for scalable processing. Mike Ferguson, Managing Director of Intelligent Business Strategies, is an independent IT Analyst who specializes in Big Data, BI/Analytics, Data Management and Enterprise Business Integration. In this whitepaper he will discuss the movement towards NoSQL databases for scalable operational and analytical systems, what’s driving Big Data analytics from Hadoop to the emergence of Apache Spark, the value of operational analytics and the importance of in-memory processing, and why use Apache Spark as your in-memory analytical platform for operational analytics.
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Published By: DATAVERSITY     Published Date: Dec 23, 2013
Everyone in an organization relies on Metadata to do their jobs. Whenever an email is sent, a report is run, inventory is ordered, compliance procedures are verified, a new IT system is integrated, applications are executed, or essentially any other business function, process, or decision is undertaken, Metadata is facilitating in the background. If that Metadata is corrupt, missing, redundant, or unpredictable then they cannot do their jobs well, they cannot trust the data they are using, and the organization ultimately suffers at all levels. Data Stewards are the people who are use, define, cleanse, archive, analyze, and share the data that is mapped directly to the Metadata of their myriad database and application systems. If your organization does not have Data Stewards (or an inefficient Stewardship Program), you need them. This paper is sponsored by: ASG.
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Published By: SAP     Published Date: Jan 23, 2013
This paper examines the root causes of data centralization failure and then reviews straightforward best practices that can help avoid such failures but are typically ignored when systems are designed in an ad hoc, organic manner.
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data, data management, data governance, big data, cloud, business intelligence, semantic technology, nosql, information quality, data quality, metadata, enterprise information management, master data management, mdm, analytics, database
    
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Published By: Couchbase     Published Date: Jan 28, 2013
Interactive software has changed in fundamental ways over the last 35 years. But until recently, database technology has not advanced to keep pace. The “online” systems of the 1970s have evolved into today’s web and mobile applications.
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Couchbase
Published By: Couchbase     Published Date: Jan 29, 2013
Interactive software has changed in fundamental ways over the last 35 years. But until recently, database technology has not advanced to keep pace. The “online” systems of the 1970s have evolved into today’s web and mobile applications.
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Couchbase
Published By: ASG     Published Date: Jun 10, 2013
Everyone in an organization relies on Metadata to do their jobs. Whenever an email is sent, a report is run, inventory is ordered, compliance procedures are verified, a new IT system is integrated, applications are executed, or essentially any other business function, process, or decision is undertaken, Metadata is facilitating in the background. If that Metadata is corrupt, missing, redundant, or unpredictable then they cannot do their jobs well, they cannot trust the data they are using, and the organization ultimately suffers at all levels. Data Stewards are the people who are use, define, cleanse, archive, analyze, and share the data that is mapped directly to the Metadata of their myriad database and application systems. If your organization does not have Data Stewards (or an inefficient Stewardship Program), you need them.
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