"AtScale is launching to meet this important organizational need"
"The connector between tools like Tableau and Qlik with Hadoop"
"AtScale provides the industry's first Hadoop-native analysis server"
"A business user interface for Hadoop"
AtScale to Deliver Keynote at Hortonworks’ DataWorks Summit, showcase new capabilities and feature key customers on stage
"AtScale 5.5 featured at industry show, along with sessions showcasing industry leaders Home Depot, Liberty Mutual, and GoDaddy"
AtScale, June 13, 2017
Big Data Technologies
"Because big data repositories present an attractive target to hackers and advanced persistent threats, big data security is a large and growing concern for enterprises. In the AtScale survey, security was the second fastest-growing area of concern related to big data."
Datamation, June 13, 2017
AtScale unveils their new 5.5 platform update
"New database platforms like Hadoop or Google BigQuery have provided affordable solutions to let enterprises store data. However, when this data is not put to use, Data Lakes became Data Swamps. That’s what AtScale looks to change with the latest unveiling of their latest 5.5 update."
App Developer Magazine, June 7, 2017
AtScale expands purview, recasts as a universal semantic layer for BI tools
"The startup has spread its wings beyond an initial focus on providing native analytics for Hadoop and is now casting itself as a purveyor of one semantic layer for any BI tool."
451 Research, June 7, 2017
AtScale introduces the industry’s first Universal Semantic Platform for BI on Big Data
"AtScale customer success points to the key critical capabilities required to make BI on any Big Data work"
AtScale, June 6, 2017
AtScale annonce la version 5.5 de sa plateforme BI
"AtScale propose autour de sa plateforme d’accéder aux données Big Data, donc aux lacs de données, au travers des outils de BI déjà installés dans l’entreprise (Microsoft Excel, TIBCO Soptfire, Qlik, ou Tableau)."
Decideo, June 6, 2017
Big Data Challenges
"In the AtScale 2016 Big Data Maturity Survey, the fastest-growing area of concern cited by respondents was data governance."
Datamation, June 5, 2017
Ultra-Fast OLAP Analytics With Apache Hive and Druid (Part 1)
"We’re excited that AtScale will be enhancing their Adaptive Cache technology to provide native support for writing and reading Druid-backed tables using Hive. AtScale + Hive/Druid together will make an ideal platform for OLAP-style analysis."
DZone, June 5, 2017
The Future of Big Data is Cloudy — and Bumpy
"Migrations can take years (or even decades), make sure to choose software vendors that are architected for hybrid deployment scenarios."
Upside TDWI, May 30, 2017
Tapping into the Best Strategies for Integrating to Hadoop with Josh Klahr at Data Summit 2017
"The AtScale Agile Data Platform provides a schema on demand experience. The platform provides a true OLAP experience to ensure users are leveraging the Hadoop security ecosystem"
DBTA, May 17, 2017
How Big Data is helping sports teams find the winning edge
"Business Intelligence is the number one workload for Big Data, with 75% of respondents planning on using BI on Big Data, according to AtScale."
CIO Dive, May 10, 2017
Opinion: BI’s ‘semantic layer’: After 25 years, it’s time for a change
"A modern semantic layer needs to offer abstractions based on proven, tested structures and calculations thus raising user trust."
Information Management, May 9, 2017
10 Coolest Big Data Vendors of 2017
"The company drives business intelligence through Hadoop and integrated business tools such as Tableau and Qlik to enable this. Its hi-tech means convert Hadoop into an online analytical processing server for multidimensional analysis."
Read It Quick, May 5, 2017
2017 Big Data 100: Coolest Emerging Big Data Vendors
"The technology creates a semantic layer between Hadoop and third-party tools, essentially turning Hadoop into an online analytical processing server that can be tapped for multidimensional analysis."
CRN, May 3, 2017
2017 Big Data 100: 35 Coolest Data Management And Integration Vendors
"AtScale’s software allows popular business intelligence tools like Tableau and Qlik to access data stored in Hadoop clusters."
CRN, May 1, 2017
Industry 4.0 is the blueprint for the future of IT
"While the industrial and manufacturing industries have some unique integration challenges merging Operational Technologies and Information Technologies, the fact is almost every organization struggles with integrating disparate data that they create in silos throughout the enterprise."
Network World, April 24, 2017
Why Google BigQuery excels at BI on big data concurrency
"AtScale’s benchmark found concurrency to be BigQuery’s greatest strength. Its serverless model means concurrent query performance on small data sets shows no query degradation, even at query volumes above 25 concurrent BI users."
CIO, April 7, 2017
New Google BigQuery benchmark helps enterprises assess emerging options for Business Intelligence on Big Data
"AtScale releases industry’s first Business Intelligence Benchmark for Google BigQuery"
AtScale, April 6, 2017
Examining Strategies for Combining BI and Hadoop at Data Summit 2017
"AtScale is helping enterprises become successful and bring their business intelligence workloads to the Hadoop data platform."
DBTA, April 6, 2017
Serving customer needs in the evolving business intelligence realm
"Two key aspects differentiating AtScale from its competitors, according to Aziza, are its status as the only BI platform that does not have a visualization tool and its ability to capitalize on “this idea that you can get the speed, the scale, and the security in big data sets without having to move the data.”"
Silicon Angle, March 14, 2017
AtScale’s New Patent & Release Redefine the BI Platform Category for the Enterprise
"New release introduces patented capabilities that move the Big Data Analytics space forward"
AtScale, March 7, 2017
Why CIOs Aren’t Prepared for Big Data
"As companies scale their use of big data, the move brings a lot of questions."
The Wall Street Journal, March 7, 2017
How IT Can Get the Most Out of Big Data
"The majority of companies worldwide view big data as a strategic—even game-changing—technology development, and they’re looking for new ways to maximize the value of those efforts, according to a recent survey from AtScale."
CIO Insight, February 21, 2017
Hortonworks introduces Data Warehouse Optimization jumpstart solution
"Bundling the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) with Syncsort DMX-h and AtScale, the new offering is designed to get customers to prototype stage."
ZD Net, February 1, 2017
AtScale Announces Record Revenue Growth Year, Key Customer Wins, Becomes the Enterprise Standard for BI on Big Data
"Company grows by 10X, becomes de-facto enterprise standard for Modern Business Intelligence for Big Data"
AtScale, January 30, 2017
5 Hadoop Trends to Watch in 2017
"Hadoop BI software vendor AtScale sees the cloud looking large in Hadoop’s future. In its recent survey, the company found more than half of respondents have big data solutions living on the cloud today, increasing to nearly three-quarters in the future."
Datanami, January 6, 2017
What AtScale wants you to know about Big Data’s future
"Some of the findings of this year’s survey were surprising and indicative of upcoming market shifts impacting the industry,” said Bruno Aziza, CMO of AtScale. “The Cloud is taking on a surprising role when it comes to big data, while the viability of new technologies like Spark are still in question."
App Developer Magazine, December 29, 2016
The 10 Coolest Big Data Products Of 2016
"AtScale develops software that provides a way for business users to access data in Hadoop clusters using applications and business analytics tools they already have and are familiar with, including Microsoft Excel, Tableau and QlikView."
CRN, December 28, 2016
Devs will lead us to the big data payoff at last
"things may be getting better. For example, in a recent AtScale survey of more than 2,500 data professionals across 1,400 companies and 77 countries, roughly 20 percent of respondents reported clusters of more than 100 nodes, a full 74 percent of which are in production. This represents double-digit year-over-year growth."
Infoworld, December 22, 2016
ESG Blog: Delta-V Awards – 2016 Edition – 15 to 11
"Hadoop has many uses, but one of the most intriguing is enabling the data lake to be a complement and/or alternative to the expense and rigidity of traditional data warehouses. AtScale brings not just effective BI on Hadoop, but also a universal semantic layer to simplify data management everywhere. The economics are compelling,"
Enterprise Strategy Group, December 21, 2016
Data pros expect benefits by moving big data to the cloud
"More than half of the 2,250 big data professionals at 1,400 companies worldwide organizations surveyed by business intelligence software provider AtScale said they are deploying big data in the cloud today, and 72 percent plan on doing so in the future."
Health Data Management, December 21, 2016
Report: As Big Data analytics matures, it’s rising dramatically in the cloud
"Big Data might not get as much press as it used to, but a new study by AtScale suggests that it’s rapidly maturing as analytics software and services explode in the cloud."
Silicon Angle, December 21, 2016
Businesses eye cloud for big data deployments
"There’s been a clear surge in use of big data in the cloud over the last year and what’s perhaps as interesting is the fact that respondents are far more likely to achieve tangible value when their data is in the cloud,” says AtScale CTO and co-founder Matt Baird."
CIO, December 17, 2016
AtScale gets its BI beyond Hadoop strategy under way
"The startup has so far enabled analysts to create hierarchies, measures, metadata, and calculations into virtual cubes, which a BI tool can use to query data live in Hadoop. It’s now taking its BI vendor-neutral middleware play for OLAP-on-Hadoop, and extending it to the other repositories of data. The move is part of a broader […]"
451 Research, December 15, 2016
Industry’s Most Comprehensive Big Data Maturity Survey Reveals Surprising State of Hadoop, Dramatic Rise of Big Data in the Cloud
"Big Data Maturity Survey offers insights into Business Intelligence landscape, Spark’s position, and increased concerns for governance, security and accessibility"
AtScale, December 14, 2016
Surveys Find Cloud Surge, Mixed Data
"The AtScale survey also found that a majority of company polled use the Spark streaming analytics engine for educational purposes while 73 percent of respondents said their Hadoop projects were in production."
Datanami, December 14, 2016
Why finance craves big data: A perfect storm of disruption and opportunity
"It is clear that the financial sector is a big data champion. What is perhaps less clear are the reasons and the ways in which big data is used. Factoring in the findings of another report, the 2016 Big Data Maturity Survey conducted by AtScale in cooperation with the major Hadoop distribution vendors (Cloudera, Hortonworks […]"
ZD Net, December 14, 2016
2017 Predictions For AI, Big Data, IoT, Cybersecurity, And Jobs From Senior Tech Executives
"Dave Mariani, CEO, AtScale, predicts that “HDFS as a file system will give way to object storage” and as a result, “the public cloud providers will compete on having the fastest, most cost-effective object storage technologies.”"
Forbes, December 12, 2016
AtScale Fills the Gap in the Middle of Big Data
"Building what they call the “business interface for Hadoop,” AtScale enable organizations to create a single, standardized data service that rapidly and efficiently connects their existing BI and data visualization tools directly to the rich data within their data lakes."
SYS CON Media, December 1, 2016
AtScale Deployment at Macy’s Named Ventana Research Leadership Award Winner
"AtScale customer Macy’s recognized with prestigious 2016 Ventana Research Business Technology Leadership Award for Big Data"
AtScale, November 30, 2016
AtScale Updates Platform to Enable BI on Hadoop and Big Data, On Premise and in the Cloud
"AtScale says its solution can apply its semantic model across big data, without data movement — whether it’s in Hadoop or not, and whether it’s on-premises or in the cloud — meaning that it brings business users to the data rather than moving data into proprietary, purpose-built silos."
DBTA, November 21, 2016
New Business Intelligence Performance Benchmark Reveals Strong Innovation Amongst Open-Source projects
"Vendors competing with open-source will see their competitive advantage dwindling as the community out-innovates them and vendors like AtScale continue to build on top of the open-source innovation."
Inside Big Data, November 18, 2016
AtScale Delivers the Industry’s First Modern Business Intelligence Platform, enables BI on Hadoop and Big Data, On Premise and in the Cloud
"Big Data analytics leader previews industry’s first platform to enable unified business intelligence for Teradata, Hadoop, Google Dataproc and BigQuery"
AtScale, November 17, 2016
AtScale Takes its BI Platform Beyond Hadoop
"A modern analytic platform standardizes on what’s important, an interactive business view of big data that any tool or application can access, balancing the need for unfettered exploration with standards to ensure data consistency,” says Wayne Eckerson, a thought leader in the business intelligence and analytics field. “In this regard, AtScale is ahead of the […]"
Ostatic, November 17, 2016
Out of the Hadoop box: SQL everywhere and AtScale
"AtScale’s strategy of acting as the middle man seems to be paying off, as it allows capitalizing on developments of the SQL engines it relies upon. These engines have been taking off, having been measured to offer a 2-3 times improvement in performance compared to earlier versions."
ZD Net, November 17, 2016
Hadoop engine benchmark: How Spark, Impala, Hive, and Presto compare
"AtScale, a business intelligence (BI) Hadoop solutions provider, periodically performs BI-on-Hadoop benchmarks that compare the performances of various Hadoop engines to determine which engine is best for which Hadoop processing scenario. The benchmark results assist systems professionals charged with managing big data operations as they make their engine choices for different types of Hadoop processing […]"
Tech Republic, October 29, 2016
AtScale Meets BI Scale-Out Challenges with New Trial Offer
"Big Data Analytics Leader becomes first & only provider to enable Power BI users to run live, interactive, queries against data in Hadoop without data imports, pre-processing or data movement."
AtScale, October 26, 2016
Microsoft, AtScale make data news at PASS Summit
"Queryable using either SQL or MDX, AtScale builds virtual (non-materialized) OLAP cubes over data stored in Hadoop, and uses a combination of SQL-on-Hadoop technologies to satisfy the query. These virtual cubes can be implemented on various Hadoop distributions, including Azure HDInsight, and are queryable from various Business Intelligence client tools, now including Power BI."
ZD Net, October 26, 2016
BI On Hadoop Success: 7 Things To Know
"Business intelligence is the top use-case for IT organizations implementing Hadoop, according to a large industry survey last year. Now a new benchmark study shows which Hadoop ecosystem tools are best for particular types of BI queries."
InformationWeek, October 21, 2016
New Business Intelligence Performance Benchmark Reveals Strong Innovation among Open-Source projects
"AtScale releases industry’s most comprehensive BI-on-Hadoop Benchmark and reveals key trends on the performance of major analytical engines for Hadoop"
AtScale, October 18, 2016
Big data face-off: Spark vs. Impala vs. Hive vs. Presto
"While all of the engines have shown improvement over the last AtScale benchmark, Hive/Tez with the new LLAP (Live Long and Process) feature has made impressive gains across the board. The performance still hasn’t caught up with Impala and Spark, but according to this benchmark, it isn’t as slow and unwieldy as before — and […]"
Infoworld, October 18, 2016
Big Performance Gains Seen Across SQL-on-Hadoop Engines
"The punchline for us was that the SQL-on-Hadoop wars are continuing, and everybody wins,” says AtScale Vice President of Product Josh Klahr. “The engines are making a lot of good progress. We’ve seen really big improvement, even in the six months between March and September."
Datanami, October 18, 2016
Too Old for Silicon Valley?
"Bloomberg interviews AtScale CEO, David Mariani, on his experience and view as a startup founder in Silicon Valley."
Bloomberg TV, September 30, 2016
Cloudera Announces 2016 Data Impact Award Winners
"Cloudera Announces 2016 Data Impact Award Winners – Data Platform Optimization – tie between Dun & Bradstreet (nominated by Cognizant Technology Solutions) and Yellow Pages (nominated by AtScale, Inc.)"
Cloudera- Press Release, September 28, 2016
25 Data Management Vendors Worth Watching
"AtScale offers technology to enable familiar BI tools to query data stored in Hadoop."
Information Week, September 27, 2016
What investors need to know about the shift in data science
"To win, you have to think beyond the big data trend. You’ll have to internalize the mistakes we’ve made so far. If you are an investor, broaden your public view of the market"
VentureBeat, September 24, 2016
Top-7 Business Intelligence Vendor Funding Rounds of 2016 (So Far)
"AtScale was launched publicly in 2015 and has already enjoyed five-fold revenue growth. With Hadoop deployment becoming increasingly common in the enterprise, AtScale has positioned itself as a leader in allowing organizations to run their preferred Business Intelligence tools on top of it."
Solutions Review, August 23, 2016
Is big data in big trouble?
"Platform vendors can now clearly see this is a growing, thriving market. Tableau has identified that there are more than 900 million underserved information workers that need business intelligence."
TechCrunch, August 19, 2016
Hortonworks HDP 2.5: Improved Security and Data Governance
"Hortonworks announced a new release of its Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) Hadoop distribution, version 2.5, as well as an expansion of its Partnerworks program and a new partnership with AtScale, provider of a self-service Business Intelligence (BI) platform for Hadoop."
CTO Vision, July 28, 2016
AtScale Recognized on 2016 Emerging Vendors List
"These tech suppliers are quickly making their mark on the industry and are the ones solution providers should watch in 2016."
PRNewswire, July 20, 2016
Hortonworks Offers Business Intelligence on Hadoop Powered by AtScale
"Hadoop distribution leader resells AtScale BI on Hadoop technology worldwide"
Hortonworks, June 29, 2016
BI-on-Hadoop Provider AtScale Raises Series B Funding Round
"AtScale provides an open and Hadoop-native solution for BI on Hadoop. According to the vendor, AtScale requires no data movement, installs no new client driver on users’ machines and provides a dimensional semantic layer between Hadoop and any Business Intelligence tools."
DBTA, May 17, 2016
AtScale Raises B Round on Heels of Fivefold Revenue Growth, Affirms Leadership in Big Data Analytics
"BI on Hadoop leader backed by prominent roster of investors and advisors, including the co-founders of Cloudera and Yahoo!"
AtScale, May 16, 2016
AtScale raises $11M from investors including Jerry Yang’s AME Ventures
"“While other companies have been spending their time raising large funding rounds, our focus has been on building a solution that solves problems for enterprise customers,” Mariani said in a press release."
Silicon Valley Business Journal, May 16, 2016
55 Big Data Startups To Watch In 2016
"AtScale’s software makes it possible to use popular business intelligence tools such as Tableau and Qlik to access data stored in Hadoop clusters. The technology creates a semantic layer between Hadoop and third-party tools, essentially turning Hadoop into an online analytical processing server that can be tapped for multidimensional analysis."
CRN, May 9, 2016
Spark, Kafka & machine learning: 10 big data start-ups taking analytics to the next level
"BI on Hadoop leader backed by impressive roster of investors and advisors, including the co-founders of Cloudera and Yahoo!"
Computer Business Review, April 19, 2016
15 Big Data Technology Developments You Should Know About
"With the ability to generate schemas on read using Hadoop, the AtScale Intelligence Platform provides a mechanism through which organizations can finally replace existing data warehouses using a Hadoop platform"
CRN, April 6, 2016
AtScale 4.0 Meets BI on Hadoop Security and Governance Challenges Head On
"Delivers Key Patent-Pending Enterprise Security and Analytics Innovations with industry’s most advanced and most secure BI on Hadoop Platform"
AtScale, March 30, 2016
Seven things to watch for at Strata + Hadoop World 2016 in San Jose
"As AtScale’s Hadoop Maturity Survey revealed, enterprises are more focused on rolling out Business Intelligence use cases on Hadoop, ahead of investing in data science (despite the continued media assertion of how sexy data science is). Data visualization and self-service remain a key investment area, even in the world of Hadoop."
TechCrunch, March 29, 2016
9 Hot Big Data And Analytics Startups To Watch
"Big data and analytics are hot growth areas, not only for IT organizations, but for businesses across all industries.; we put together a collection of some of the most notable companies, and also some of the newest companies spawned in the big data and analytics market."
Information Week, March 14, 2016
AtScale Announces 5X Year-Over-Year Growth, Disrupts Business Intelligence Market
"Enterprises such as American Express, Aetna, Comcast, and Quotient join the BI on Hadoop leader’s fast-expanding customer list"
AtScale, February 29, 2016
New Benchmark Sets Standard for How Enterprises Best Tackle Business Intelligence Workloads
"AtScale releases industry’s first comprehensive BI-on-Hadoop Benchmark revealing key insights on performance of major analytical engines for Hadoop"
AtScale, February 24, 2016
The World Doesn’t Need Another Tableau
"Business Intelligence might be one of the healthiest, fastest growing segments of the IT market. There is room for a massive upside. A potential upside could be using analytics tools in front of Hadoop"
VentureBeat, February 10, 2016
Why Most Business Intelligence Tools Fail the ‘Hadoop Test’
"AtScale’s OLAP server uses Hadoop cluster idle time to generate statistics and identify relationships, then surface them to today’s data explorer. The goal is to bring automated advanced guiding analytics to the Hadoop ecosystem."
Information Management, February 3, 2016
Is Spark replacing Hadoop?
"You need to have more than one engine depending on the workload. There is a reason for these multiple engines to exist."
SD Times, January 27, 2016
20 Most Promising Hadoop Solution Providers 2016
"“We started AtScale to put an end to the business compromises we have come to accept” says Dave Mariani, CEO and co-founder at AtScale."
CIO Review, January 27, 2016
The Analytical Enterprise: Fostering a Data-Driven Culture
"Eric Kavanagh, Host of DM Radio, interviews data and analytics experts on how organizations foster a data-driven culture of insight."
Information Management, January 14, 2016
Hadoop Happenings: Cognitive Analytics in 2016
"#2 Tableau deepens partnership with AtScale to accelerate data analytics for Hadoop"
Qubole, January 12, 2016
Tableau and AtScale bring simplicity, speed and security to Hadoop
"AtScale announces Industry’s First “BI on Hadoop” Accelerator for Tableau"
AtScale, January 11, 2016
Tableau partners for BI on Hadoop
"Startup AtScale will help Tableau accelerate BI on Hadoop with improvements to performance and enterprise-grade security without the need to move, transform or sample data."
CIO, January 11, 2016
50 enterprise startups to bet your career on in 2016
"AtScale is an engine that slips almost invisibly into Hadoop and then easily lets business managers use their favorite analysis tools like Excel, Tableau Software, or Microstrategy with the data stored in Hadoop."
BMG Today, January 8, 2016
Here’s What 6 Smart People Say Enterprise Technology Managers Should Pay Attention to in 2016
"Accompanying this will be growing demand for enhanced Hadoop data exploration capabilities from such providers as Cloudera Impala, AtScale, Actian Vector and Jethro Data “that enable the business user’s old friend, the OLAP cube, for Hadoop – further blurring the lines behind the ‘traditional’ BI concepts and the world of ‘Big Data’."
Enterprise Tech, January 6, 2016
Happy New Year – A Look Back on 2015 and The Year Ahead
"New and Innovative Vendors: …To name a few that I didn’t know in 2014 but that caught my attention in 2015: BeyondCore, Narrative Science, Zoomdata, Clearstory, and AtScale."
Gartner, January 5, 2016
Silicon Valley Lies And Those Who Tell Them
"While the connection between youth and entrepreneurial success is a fabulous concept, the reality is that experience often overrides shortcuts or lucky happenstance."
TechCrunch, January 2, 2016
Hadoop BI Effort Gets More out of Big Data at Yellow Pages
"One of the biggest decisions Langlois made in deploying the AtScale software and moving ahead on the Hadoop analytics effort was to meet his users where they were. That meant leaving in place an existing deployment of Tableau’s BI tools."
TechTarget, December 28, 2015
2016: The Year of Hadooplooza
"Our study showed that the companies that gain the most value from Hadoop do so because they successfully connected existing BI investments to this next generation data platform."
KD Nuggets, December 21, 2015
The 10 Coolest Startups of 2015
"AtScale’s Intelligence Platform allows commonly used Business Intelligence tools, including Tableau and QlikView, to access data stored in Hadoop clusters."
CRN, December 10, 2015
Why Spark and Hadoop are Both Here to Stay
"There is room in the market for both Spark and Hadoop, and both platforms have an important place in the Big Data architectures of the future."
ReadWrite, December 2, 2015
All the Cool Companies are Doing Big Data
"Companies that are growing are more likely to spend on big data initiatives. But even this proves what atScale observed: Companies achieving value from big data are the ones using it for growth or scale."
InfoWorld, October 22, 2015
Silicon Valley Companies Fill out Big Data Technologies as They Mature
"Chief data officers and CIOs can now consolidate their data marts and stores on Hadoop and it will not matter how many BI tools they have."
Computer Weekly, October 21, 2015
AtScale Introduces Improvements for Hadoop Data Analytics
"AtScale, a company specializing in connecting business users to their data in Hadoop, is releasing a new version of its platform, introducing a new tool that will enhance performance of big data on Hadoop."
Database Trends & Applications, October 21, 2015
AtScale launches 3.0, delivers industry’s first Adaptive Cache™ for BI on Hadoop
"BI on Hadoop leader delivers patent-pending enterprise security and performance capabilities"
AtScale, October 19, 2015
AtScale Looks to Easily Add BI on Hadoop
"Adaptive Cache is possibly one of the most meaningful breakthroughs in this space,” Richard Langlois, director of Enterprise Data Management at Yellow Pages (Canada), said in a statement Monday morning. “We put the AtScale Adaptive Cache technology through a test on 38 billion rows of data. The results were beyond expectations."
CIO, October 19, 2015
New Products of the Week 10.19.2015
"The AtScale Intelligence Platform enables business users to get interactive query performance on aggregate or atomic data. The “Adaptive Cache” provides speed on unlimited scale, without requiring any data movement."
Network World, October 19, 2015
AtScale Offers Universal “BI on Hadoop” Interface, adds support for Microsoft Power BI
"BI on Hadoop leader now natively compatible with 99.9% of BI tool ecosystem"
AtScale, October 1, 2015
Industry’s Largest Hadoop Maturity Survey Reveals 94% of Respondents are Bullish
"AtScale, the company to provide business users with fast and secure self-service access to Hadoop, announced that it had partnered with Cloudera, MapR, and Tableau to release the world’s largest and industry’s first worldwide Hadoop Maturity survey."
insideBIGDATA, September 26, 2015
Hadoop Maturity Survey: The Tipping Point
"AtScale first global Hadoop maturity survey finds Hadoop value greatly increases with nodes deployed; its use for ETL is frequently a transition stage to higher-value Data Science applications."
KDnuggets, September 23, 2015
Seeking Truth about Hadoop
"How many organizations use Hadoop, and more important, how many derive value from it? New survey offers different picture than one released by Gartner earlier this year."
Enterprise Apps Today, September 22, 2015
Hadoop Maturity Survey – closing in on tipping point
"Contrary to some pundits, a global survey of Hadoop users shows that Hadoop is proving itself of business value beyond technical needs."
diginomica, September 21, 2015
The State of Hadoop: Survey Forecasts Substantial Growth
"How committed to Hadoop are organizations working with Big Data tasks? Over 75 percent of respondents to a recent AtScale survey said they plan to do more with Hadoop in the next three months."
OStatic, September 18, 2015
Making Hadoop Ready for Enterprise Prime Time
"There is no doubt that Hadoop excels as the leading software framework for distributed storage and processing of big data."
Data Informed, September 18, 2015
Industry’s Largest Hadoop Maturity Survey Reveals Adoption Rapidly Accelerating and Best Practices for Achieving Value Emerging
"94% of respondents bullish about their ability to achieve value from Hadoop"
AtScale, September 17, 2015
5 Highlights of the First and Largest Hadoop Maturity Survey
"Results of the largest worldwide survey to date of Hadoop users were released today by AtScale, which was assisted in this project by Cloudera, MapR, and Tableau."
Forbes, September 17, 2015
Hadoop, in trouble? Only in Gartner-land
"A new poll of customers provides a brighter, more detailed picture of Hadoop adoption than Gartner’s famously downbeat survey"
InfoWorld, September 17, 2015
Hadoop Adoption Poised for Growth: Survey
"More than three quarters of respondents to a recent AtScale survey said they plan to do more with Hadoop in the next three months."
InformationWeek, September 17, 2015
Hadoop Maturity Survey Sees Growing Adoption
"A survey of Hadoop users released today found that adoption of the popular open-source storage and processing platform is accelerating."
DataInformed, September 17, 2015
Hadoop’s a matter of innovation, not cost
"Hadoop keeps growing in adoption not because it’s cheap, but because it drives innovation. Matt Asay explains."
TechRepublic, September 17, 2015
AtScale’s Hadoop Maturity Survey highlights Big Data’s relentless growth
"Hadoop has well and truly passed the hype cycle and is now delivering tangible value to the almost half of all organizations that have deployed between 10 and 500 plus nodes …"
SiliconANGLE, September 17, 2015
Altiscale Launches Hadoop-based OLAP-as-a-Service Offering, powered by AtScale
"Combined offering lets business users benefit from the power and scalability of the Altiscale Data Cloud while using familiar, business-friendly data analysis tools."
AtScale, August 19, 2015
AtScale expands internationally, appoints North America and Europe leader
"AtScale announced today that it appointed David Whitwell as its Vice President of Eastern US and Europe Sales."
AtScale, August 18, 2015
Microsoft and AtScale Team Up to Offer Big Data Analytics in the Cloud
"AtScale Expands its BI on Hadoop Offering to the Cloud, Adds Support for Microsoft HDInsight, and quickly becomes the de-facto business interface for Hadoop, on-premises and in the Cloud."
AtScale, July 22, 2015
AtScale Appoints Big Data Veteran Robert DeMartino as VP of Sales
"AtScale Appoints Big Data Veteran Robert DeMartino as VP of Sales. Prior to AtScale, DeMartino ran Sales and Business Development at Platfora."
AtScale, July 21, 2015
AtScale launches to connect Hadoop to analytics tools for business users
"Business-intelligence software like Tableau and Qlik has become a staple at big companies, and AtScale is hoping to be the connector between such tools and Hadoop"
VentureBeat, July 7, 2015
AtScale Emerges to Make Hadoop More Accessible
"Jerry Yang (co-founder of Yahoo!) & Amr Awadallah (founder at Cloudera) join UMC Capital, Storm Ventures & XSeed Capital as investors and Michael Franklin (AMPLab, Spark) as advisor..."
Wall Street Journal, June 23, 2015
AtScale Gets Funding from Yahoo! and Cloudera co-founders To Link BI Tools to Hadoop
"San Francisco-based AtScale, a developer of business intelligence software which runs against Hadoop, said this morning that it has raised a Series A funding"
SiliconTap, June 23, 2015
AtScale Raises 7M in Funding
"AtScale is the technology that can connect the millions of analytics users to Hadoop in a natural and non-intrusive manner. We believe it can become the standard for how business people interact with Hadoop"
Datanami, June 23, 2015
AtScale Raises A Round to Accelerate Hadoop Analytics Disruption
"BI on Hadoop leader backed by impressive roster of investors and advisors, including the co-founders of Cloudera and Yahoo!"
AtScale, June 23, 2015
AtScale Raises to Disrupt Hadoop-Based Business Intelligence
"AtScale’s raison d’etre is that while organizations have a pressing need to leverage analytics, current tools are too difficult to use..."
Forbes, June 23, 2015
AtScale Turns Business Intelligence users into “Hadoop Heroes”
"AtScale Inc . emerged Tuesday with $7 million in funding and software that connects familiar and widely used business intelligence tools, including Microsoft Excel, Tableau and Qliktech, to the big-data software Hadoop."
Venture Wire, June 23, 2015
AtScale announces funding round for its Hadoop-based OLAP solution
"The scalability and cost-efficiency that make Hadoop so attractive for organizations looking to extract the long-term historical patterns hidden in their unstructured data can also come handy at a more tactical level, but repurposing a technology built for one end to another is not a trivial undertaking. That’s the challenge AtScale Inc. hopes to overcome with its new $7 million in funding"
SiliconAngle, June 23, 2015
AtScale raises to simplify business intelligence on Hadoop
"AtScale is positioning itself as the “glue” between piles of data on Hadoop and the more user-friendly analysis tools that nontechnical business people are used to."
VentureBeat, June 23, 2015
AtScale, Marrying Business Intelligence and Hadoop, Nabs $7 Million
"Now, AtScale, billed as “the first company to allow business users to do business intelligence on Hadoop,” has raised a Series A round of $7 million in funding led by UMC Capital."
Ostatic, June 23, 2015
Danger: Data Disruptors Could Overwhelm
"We make Hadoop disappear,” said Bruno Aziza, the company’s CMO, so that business users can mine big data lakes/hubs using BI tools they already know."
CMSWire, June 23, 2015
Hadoop business intelligence firm AtScale seals funding injection for expansion
"With software that lets firms use their existing business-intelligence tools on Hadoop, and a $7m investment under its belt, AtScale is planning for growth."
ZDNet, June 23, 2015
This man’s startup solves such a big problem, everyone he showed it to invested
"AtScale is an engine that slips almost invisibly into Hadoop with no changes required to Hadoop. Once set up, it lets companies work with the data using their favorite apps including Excel, Tableau Software, Microstrategy, and others."
Business Insider, June 23, 2015
The Cloud Is Ready To Handle The Big Data Crush, With Some Exceptions
"Interestingly, the appeal of cloud is not about the cost at all — it’s about the change in the way enterprises view technology solutions. “People are fine with paying as you go,”said Mariani. “And they’ll probably pay more at the end of the day than they would if they paid up front...."
Forbes, May 18, 2015
AtScale Appoints Big Data Veteran Bruno Aziza as Chief Marketing Officer
"Ex-Microsoft Executive Joins Fast-Growing BI on Hadoop Software Leader"
AtScale, May 5, 2015
AtScale launches OLAP server designed to bring data in Hadoop to the BI masses
"Following the rise of SQL-on-Hadoop, it was perhaps inevitable that the next stage would be OLAP servers for Hadoop"
451 Research, May 5, 2015
AtScale bursts out of stealth to bring Hadoop to the masses
"Enterprise employees are well acquainted with software like Microsoft Excel, but the same cannot be said for technologies like Hadoop..."
SiliconAngle, April 18, 2015
AtScale Introduces New Platform for Hadoop Data Analysis
"AtScale to put an end to the frustration business users have had with Hadoop and to empower IT with a managed and governed platform for BI on big data"
DBTA, April 14, 2015
NetWork World “Product of the Week”
"The industry’s first Hadoop-native analysis server that allows users to analyze Big Data at full scale and top speed, while leveraging the existing BI tools they already own, use and love"
Network World, April 13, 2015
AtScale Bridges the Hadoop Opportunity with BI Tools
"A New Day for Big Data Intelligence? It could be. Since a great number of companies that have implemented Hadoop aren’t yet gleaning value from it, AtScale could be the company that finally changes the game."
CMS Wire, April 7, 2015
AtScale Brings OLAP Cubes to Hadoop
"With the ability to generate schemas on read using Hadoop, the AtScale Intelligence Platform provides a mechanism through which organizations can finally replace existing data warehouses using a Hadoop platform"
IT Business Edge, April 7, 2015
AtScale Claims to Mask Hadoop Complexity for OLAP-Style BI
"Business intelligence tools like Tableau, Qlik, TIBCO Spotfire, and Microstrategy weren’t designed with Hadoop in mind, but they’re commonly used to analyze..."
Datanami, April 7, 2015
AtScale Launches as First Company to Put the Power of Hadoop Into the Hands of Business Users
"AtScale is a game-changer for our approach to BI with Hadoop," says Craig Fryar, Head of Business Intelligence.."
AtScale, April 7, 2015
AtScale Launches to Democratize Hadoop
"AtScale, a company with an impressive big data pedigree that is launching to meet this important organizational need"
Forbes, April 7, 2015
AtScale opens Hadoop’s big-data vaults to nonexpert business users
"The AtScale Intelligence Platform is designed to enable interactive, multidimensional analyses on Hadoop from within standard BI tools such as Microsoft Excel, Tableau Software or QlikView, without the need for any data movement, custom drivers or a separate cluster"
PC World, April 7, 2015
Promising to Remake the Hadoop Analytics Arena
"Tap directly into Hadoop data for multidimensional analysis without the need for IT to develop custom code or move data from Hadoop"
CRN, April 7, 2015
Stealth startup AtScale lets top BI tools dip right into Hadoop data
"AtScale has today emerged to launch a product it describes as a business user interface for Hadoop"
ZDNet, April 6, 2015