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A short video on Big Data and Data Blending, moderated by Ben Lorica, Chief Data Scientist, O'Reilly Media, and Program Director of Strata + Hadoop World. Ben interviews Amr Awadallah, Founder and CTO of Cloudera, and George Mathew, President and COO of Alteryx as they discuss how data analysts are getting more value out of Hadoop.
With our Alteryx Analytics 10.0 release, Alteryx delivers even more data blending functionality with new in-database capabilities for Amazon Redshift, Cloudera Impala, Teradata and Spark, enabling line-of-business analysts to take full advantage of the new Big Data stack.
There’s a lot of mainstream media coverage these days about the amount of data that’s being generated every day. Traditional structured data sources such as inventory systems and point-of-sale terminals, plus not-so-traditional unstructured sources such as social media, fuel the impressive growth we’ve seen over the past few years.
Analytics are only powerful when the right decision-makers have access to the right analytic applications and the right data. The new features in the Alteryx Analytics Gallery make it easy to share insights and encourage adoption of analytic insight by making the Gallery look and feel like an internal site designed especially for your organization.
Alteryx has always been focused on making it simpler for users to blend, explore and model data using an intuitive drag-and-drop interface. With this objective in mind, in Alteryx 10.0 we have introduced several new interactive visualizations for predictive analytics, to facilitate better data-discovery and model-exploration for all analysts.
When working with data it is super nice to be able to see the process that it goes through in going from input to blending to analysis. However, sometimes knowing the state of a specific row or field in the workflow is very helpful in understanding what is going on.
With Alteryx 10.0, we’ve introduced new capabilities for collaboration, sharing and version control of those same workflows. These new capabilities are available both in the Public Alteryx Analytics Gallery , as well as on-premise Alteryx Server deployments.
While the relationship between Alteryx and Amazon Web Services is not new, the rapidly growing list of joint customers who have found success with Alteryx and Amazon Web Services has led to Alteryx being named as an Advanced Technology Partner within the Amazon Partner Network. Whether our joint customers are using Amazon Redshift, Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, or other Amazon Web Services alongside Alteryx, in all cases they saved time, money, and enabled self-service analytics, leading to enhanced decision making-subsequently enhancing revenue, gaining competitive advantage, furthering customer acquisition and more. Here are some highlights, click through for more details.