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    1. Alation adds cloud storage access from hybrid environments

      Alation adds cloud storage access from hybrid environments

      ZDNet Japan Alation adds cloud storage access from hybrid environments Making file system and streaming data more directly accessible has been a holy grail, especially for organizations looking at cloud deployment. Now that Amazon has opened the door to S3 cloud storage with Athena and Redshift Spectrum, Alation is expanding its data catalog to offer similar access that can extend to hybrid environments.

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      Mentions: Amazon Teradata EMR
    2. AI is not yet a slam dunk with sentiment analytics

      AI is not yet a slam dunk with sentiment analytics

      ZDNet Japan AI is not yet a slam dunk with sentiment analytics Despite advancements in AI and natural language processing, science is still catching up to the art in sentiment analytics. Speed up your old PC When we look at how big data analytics has enhanced Customer 360, one of the first disciplines that comes to mind is sentiment analytics. It provided the means for expanding the traditional CRM interaction view of the customer with statements and behaviors voiced on social networks.

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      Mentions: Japan New York NLP
    3. Strata+Hadoop World postmortem: Making it real (time)

      Strata+Hadoop World postmortem: Making it real (time)

      Read More Part of the identity switch is due to the realization that with a proliferation of mix and match projects, it's getting futile to ask what makes Hadoop, Hadoop. And more to the point, as enterprises increasingly take to the cloud, whether you fire up a Hadoop or a la carte managed Spark or machine learning service is growing less and less relevant - the importance is on the results, regardless of whether there is an elephant in the room or not.

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    4. DataSift and LinkedIn: A new angle for social media analytics

      DataSift and LinkedIn: A new angle for social media analytics

      Read More Founded in 2010, DataSift was one of the first commercial software providers to offer a platform for aggregating live data from social media. Its original claim to fame was as one of Twitter's two live data partners, with its own license for reselling and repackaging the entire Twitter data feed. Given that Twitter has been known to be a fickle partner at best, it's not surprising that DataSift's semi-exclusive arrangement didn't last.

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