March 18, 2020

3 Surprises in the 2020 Big Data & Analytics Maturity Survey

A new, independent survey by AtScale, Cloudera and ODPi, a Linux Foundation project, delivered some surprising results. In particular, there were 3 takeaways that are noteworthy which every enterprise should keep in mind when working through their future data strategy.…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

March 12, 2020

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…

Posted by: Kayla Chiara

March 11, 2020

How to Learn More about AtScale and Google BigQuery

Last week, Google announced that Google Next ‘20 would be going digital this year. They said: “The health and wellbeing of Google Cloud customers, partners, employees and the overall community is our top priority. Due to the growing concern around…

Posted by: Carole Gunst

March 9, 2020

3 Things About Data Virtualization You Might Not Know

Data virtualization is not new. It was born in the naughts when data was still small by today’s standards. Unlike today, most data was stored in relational databases from a few vendors like Oracle, Microsoft and IBM. Oh my, how…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

March 5, 2020

Data News Roundup – Thursday, March 5th

Welcome to this week’s edition of AtScale’s “Data News Roundup” for Thursday, March 5th, 2020. Our goal with this blog series is to help make the lives of our readers a little easier by providing a weekly roundup of the…

Posted by: Kayla Chiara

March 3, 2020

Analytics Leader Spotlight: Erika Zavar, Cardinal Health

Welcome to our first interview in our new “Analytics Leader Spotlight” series. In this series we’ll be interviewing data and analytics leaders who reflect on how they got started in their career, highlighting the projects that they’re currently working on,…

Posted by: Kayla Chiara

March 2, 2020

Data Lake Intelligence With Amazon S3 and Redshift Spectrum

Hadoop pioneered the concept of a data lake but the cloud really perfected it. It’s no longer necessary to pipe all your data into a data warehouse in order to analyze it. Cloud data lakes like Amazon S3 and tools…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

March 1, 2020

The 1990’s Called. They Want their OLAP Back.

*Author’s Note: This is an update to the blog post “The 1990’s Called, They Want Their OLAP Back,” which was originally published here.  For many enterprises, OLAP and “Cube” had become dirty words. When asked if people had experience with “cubes”,…

Posted by: Dave Mariani