Find out what executives from Alteryx, Tableau and Cloudera are predicting for 2016 about data blending, advanced analytics, visualization, cloud and storage. Discover the analytics skills that will be in highest demand, new technologies to watch for (and how organizations can adopt them), and best practices for creating a data-driven, analytics-led culture.
Is your New Year's resolution to encourage a data-driven, analytics-led culture? Join Alteryx, Tableau and Cloudera for the “2016 Data Analytics Predictions” webinar to get practical advice on the analytics skills and technologies that will be in high demand next year.
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.
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.
As the leader in data blending, Alteryx offers direct connectivity to over sixty data sources. However, the connectivity is just the beginning. For our users, connecting to their data is the start of the conversation with their data. Therefore, our focus is not just on the connectivity itself, but also in terms of providing analysts with the best way to interact with their data.
Today, we're very excited to announce the release of Alteryx Analytics 10.0, one of our biggest releases to date. This release delivers analytic independence to line-of-business analysts, enabling them to easily blend data in any format and location without relying on other departments.
Spark Summit West 2015 will be held June 15-17 in San Francisco and we're excited to be a sponsor. On Tuesday, Alteryx President and COO George Mathew will be onstage with Databricks' Arsalan Tavakoli, discussing our commitment to Spark and our collaboration with Databricks on SparkR.