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Data News Roundup – March 12th, 2020

Welcome to this week’s edition of AtScale’s “Data News Roundup” for Thursday, March 12th, 2020. With all the news that populates the exploding big data industry, we aim to be your go-to source for the important industry highlights throughout the week. This week’s roundup is spearheaded by the survey we conducted in collaboration with Cloudera and ODPi to highlight the big data issues organizations are facing and several other pieces of industry news.

Read on below to learn more about what’s going on in the industry and as always, please reach out if you have any questions or would like to spark a conversation. We love hearing from you! 

AtScale, Cloudera and ODPi Survey Reveals Majority of Enterprises Use Multi-Cloud or Hybrid Cloud – March 10th, 2020

By Jack Smith

Enterprise Security Tech 

AtScale’s CSO Dave Mariani sits down with Jack Smith of Enterprise Security Tech for an in-depth Q&A to discuss what surprised him from our recent survey, the benefits of data virtualization and more.

Cloudera Looks Like A Hidden Gem In The World Of Data Cloudification – March 5th, 2020

By Patrick Moorhead

Forbes

This Forbes article discusses how the explosion of cloud-based architectures has complicated the mining of an organization’s data for maximum impact and takes the position that Cloudera is the “hidden gem of cloudification.”

800 IT leaders share insights on the state of digital transformation – March 4th, 2020

By Vala Afshar

ZDNet

A new industry study from MuleSoft surveyed 800 IT leaders from global enterprises to figure out the true state of digital transformation and connectivity. 

Developer jobs: These are the coders who are most in demand – March 5th, 2020

By Liam Tung

ZDNet

ZDNet takes a look at the developer job market and the coders that are currently in the most demand. The key takeaway? Demand for skills in big data and analytics is driving a lot of the hiring efforts at US companies, with most recruiters seeking mid-level developers with between two and five years’ experience.

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