March 4, 2019

Looking for the Perfect Date using AtScale and Tableau

My previous blog highlighted some best practices to gain immediate value from all the capabilities that AtScale offers when using Tableau as your BI tool of choice. One of those best practices is to use AtScale-created date dimensions to improve…

Posted by: Tricia Lord

It’s Always “Day 1”: AtScale’s New CEO

When we started AtScale five years ago, there were just five of us, driven by the desire to change the way enterprises deliver analytics to the business. AtScale was born out of necessity. At Yahoo!, my team and I had…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

Founders’ Story

Like many people these days, I really love data. I started my career in the 90s evangelizing business intelligence (BI) and invented one of the first BI platforms for the enterprise. For the past 10 years, at companies like Yahoo!…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

How To Load Data Into Hadoop

In our last segment, we learned about Hadoop's various components and how they work together as a Big Data Management platform. The next key step to understand is how your team can load data into Hadoop. Many are under the…

Posted by: Ashley Huang

How to Improve BI Performance on Hadoop

I was late to the game when I unboxed my first iPhone in 2008. As a mechanical engineering student at the time, it wasn’t an easy decision to spend 2 months’ food budget on a “non-essential gadget”. Thankfully, it turned…

Posted by: Arnold Yeung

How a Unified Semantic Layer Can Help Business Intelligence

Research shows that the average enterprise has at least 6 to 10 Business Intelligence tools. Microsoft Excel, the world's most prevalent analysis tool is used by 1 Billion users. Other companies like Tableau, Qliktech, MicroStrategy or Business Objects have had…

Posted by: Ashley Huang

Hortonworks chooses AtScale as its standard for BI-on-Hadoop

We started AtScale because we believe that everyone should be able to use all data for all decisions. We believe that people should have unencumbered and secured access to information, work with data of all shapes, at lightning speed and…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

Looking for the Perfect Date using AtScale and Tableau

My previous blog highlighted some best practices to gain immediate value from all the capabilities that AtScale offers when using Tableau as your BI tool of choice. One of those best practices is to use AtScale-created date dimensions to improve…

Posted by: Tricia Lord

It’s Always “Day 1”: AtScale’s New CEO

When we started AtScale five years ago, there were just five of us, driven by the desire to change the way enterprises deliver analytics to the business. AtScale was born out of necessity. At Yahoo!, my team and I had…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

Founders’ Story

Like many people these days, I really love data. I started my career in the 90s evangelizing business intelligence (BI) and invented one of the first BI platforms for the enterprise. For the past 10 years, at companies like Yahoo!…

Posted by: Dave Mariani

How To Load Data Into Hadoop

In our last segment, we learned about Hadoop's various components and how they work together as a Big Data Management platform. The next key step to understand is how your team can load data into Hadoop. Many are under the…

Posted by: Ashley Huang

How to Improve BI Performance on Hadoop

I was late to the game when I unboxed my first iPhone in 2008. As a mechanical engineering student at the time, it wasn’t an easy decision to spend 2 months’ food budget on a “non-essential gadget”. Thankfully, it turned…

Posted by: Arnold Yeung

How a Unified Semantic Layer Can Help Business Intelligence

Research shows that the average enterprise has at least 6 to 10 Business Intelligence tools. Microsoft Excel, the world's most prevalent analysis tool is used by 1 Billion users. Other companies like Tableau, Qliktech, MicroStrategy or Business Objects have had…

Posted by: Ashley Huang

Hortonworks chooses AtScale as its standard for BI-on-Hadoop

We started AtScale because we believe that everyone should be able to use all data for all decisions. We believe that people should have unencumbered and secured access to information, work with data of all shapes, at lightning speed and…

Posted by: Dave Mariani