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23 Jun 2017 Not Doing Big Data In The Cloud? Better Get There [64410]
Information Week, June 23rd 2017

"Forrester Research says competitive advantage will follow big data analytics' move to the cloud; join in, or get left behind.

Failure to move your big data into the cloud may prove to be "an extinction level event" for companies that are on the verge of becoming digital dinosaurs, says Brian Hopkins, analyst with Forrester Research.

His June 15 report, 'Move Your Big Data Into The Public Cloud: You Won't Be Able To Keep Up With Customers If You Don't,' concludes that companies that wish to be competitive in 2020 need to make use of their big data analytics in the public cloud. He was assisted by Srividya Sridharan, John Rymer, Boris Evelson, Dave Bartoletti and Christian Austin. The report is not publicly available. The Forrester summary of it is here..."
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23 Jun 2017 Oracle Named a Leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile App Development Platforms [64497]
Oracle positioned as a leader based on ability to execute and completeness of vision

Oracle announced that it has been named a leader in Gartner's 2017 "Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms" report. This recognition is another milestone in the tremendous momentum and growth of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, part of Oracle Cloud Platform, this year.

"We believe this recognition is another acknowledgement of Oracle's strong market momentum in the mobile and larger PaaS market, driven by the successful adoption of Oracle Cloud Platform offerings by thousands of customers," said Amit Zavery, senior vice president, Oracle Cloud Platform. "By delivering a comprehensive offering with key differentiating capabilities, such as chatbot support, predictive analytics, and adaptive intelligence to make apps more contextual and smarter, Oracle has given customers a powerful option to meet their ever-evolving development needs."
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20 Jun 2017 Hyperion: Deep Learning, AI Helping Drive Healthy HPC Industry Growth ($11B In 2016) [64448]
HPCWire, June 20th 2017

"To be at the ISC conference in Frankfurt this week is to experience deep immersion in deep learning. Users want to learn about it, vendors want to talk about it, analysts and journalists want to report on it. Deep learning underlays Hyperion Research's optimistic HPC market forecast, with the former IDC HPC analyst team noting that deep learning (and high performance data analytics) is driving HPC into organizations that aren't even aware they're 'doing HPC.'

Adoption of deep learning is one of several 'Dark Energy' forces expanding the HPC universe in ways that are difficult to observe directly, said Hyperion's Bob Sorensen. Other compute- and data-intensive forces pushing industry growth are security anomaly detection, financial services applications and the offloading of HPC workloads to the public cloud..."
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20 Jun 2017 Finding Data Relationships With Intelligent Graph Analytics [64408]
Information Management, June 20th 2017

"With the explosion of new data management technologies such as NoSQL databases and the higher demand for self-service analytics, there are multiple innovative paths opening up to solve data analytics challenges.

Source systems - especially legacy ones - serve highly optimized business processes and are closest to business users and customers. They produce a mix of master and transaction data. Mastering the data from multiple systems has been in practice for many years with varying degrees of success..."
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19 Jun 2017 Get Ready for IoT by Taking 3 Essential Steps [64452]
InformationWeek, June 19th 2017

"To prepare for IoT, companies need to take advantage of big data and advanced analytics, and adapt their culture, so they are ready for the transformation.

In the early 1990s, the general public made its earliest forays into using the Internet. At the time, no one could have imagined where the technology would lead. Social media, e-commerce, mobile apps, cloud computing, software as a service - the list is endless. Entire classes of applications - even industries - were not even a gleam in their creators' eyes. Today these internet-based technologies have transformed the way we live and work..."
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