Big Data round-up | December 2018

  • Written By WHISHWORKS
  • 09/01/2019

From the rise of Big Data in APAC and AI to Hortonworks’ Hive-Kafka integration and Databricks’ Twitter Sentiment Analysis, in this month’s Big Data round-up we are sharing some of the most recent posts and announcements that caught the eye of our Big Data specialists. 

Market Watch

  • The Demand for Big Data is on the Rise in APAC [Entrepreneur]
  • Here’s what AI experts think will happen in 2019 [The Next Web]
  • Where Is IoT Headed in 2019? [IoT for all]
  • 10 Data Analytics Companies To Watch In 2019 [CRN]
  • Nine charts that really bring home just how fast AI is growing [Technology Review]

Technology Watch

  • Introducing Hive-Kafka integration for real-time Kafka SQL queries [Hortonworks]
  • Cortex: a multi-tenant, horizontally scalable Prometheus-as-a-Service [CNCF]
  • From relational DB to single DynamoDB table: a step-by-step exploration [Trek10]
  • Run production-grade databases easily on Kubernetes:

Partners corner

  • MapR Clarity Program: The Clear Path to Containers: [MapR]

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