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June 7, 2018

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"

June 7, 2018

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."

June 7, 2018

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."

June 7, 2018

Why CIOs Aren’t Prepared for Big Data

"As companies scale their use of big data, the move brings a lot of questions."

June 7, 2018

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.”"

June 7, 2018

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."

June 7, 2018

Why Google BigQuery excels at BI on big data concurrency

"AtScale’s benchmark found concurrency to be Google 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."

June 7, 2018

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."

June 7, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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 […]"

June 6, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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 […]"

June 6, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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,"

June 6, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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."

June 6, 2018

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."