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Matt Nollman, November 19, 2015

Data silos are slowing companies down. You may have a ton of information available, but are your decision makers using the right data? Can they even access it? Extracting insight from large data sets can be difficult – especially when that data is spread out across your entire organization.

Many times, huge data sets that could be really useful to another department are kept under lock and key by IT or the business unit. There is a general consensus that companies need to get more data driven, but the issue of data hoarding is still really common. Hoarding results from several...

Kevin Petrie, November 10, 2015

Large SAP environments are like Rubik’s Cubes —make a single move to change one square, and the cascading effects are huge because the parts all interconnect. You need to plan many moves ahead.

This is top of mind for any IT professional focused on SAP. At the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group ( ASUG ) meeting last Friday outside of Nashville, Tennessee, Jeffrey Yell joked about the pain of interdependency while presenting best practices for his Center of Excellence at Louisiana-Pacific Corp. [If] “I stub my toe, then my arm goes up and my ear hurts!”

As another example, most...

Carole Gunst, November 6, 2015

This month, we’re heading out to the AWS Lofts in San Francisco and New York City to discuss how to move the right data to Amazon Web Services at the right time, using Attunity CloudBeam .

If you are gathering large amounts of data from multiple sources that you want to move to Amazon Web Services you should join us. We’ll explain how one online retailer is working with Amazon EMR and MapR to accelerate data loading and how a leading manufacturer is migrating near real-time incremental changes from on-premises source data to Amazon Redshift with Attunity CloudBeam.

Our...

Adrian Bromell, November 4, 2015

Next week I join the Attunity Gold Client team and thousands of SAP professionals from across Europe who will be descending on Barcelona to take part at the SAP TechEd in Spain. Hot on the heels of last month’s SAP TechEd in Las Vegas, Europe’s 2015 host city might not have as many casinos and dancing fountains, but it is filled with quirky art and architecture, and a vibrant Spanish street scene, including tasty Tapas bars and Las Ramblas. This is a tremendous opportunity to share, collaborate, network and gain access to SAP subject matter experts.

Our clients tell us that...

Kevin Petrie, November 2, 2015

This is the second in a series of blogs that examine how Fortune 500 companies use Attunity Visibility to manage their data more effectively. Part Two focuses on data warehouse performance.

Kevin Petrie, October 29, 2015

Microsoft has empowered businesses to create, share and capitalize on data for most of four decades.

And we have partnered with Microsoft for more than 20 years, including a decade of collaboration on SQL Server. So I’m especially excited to discuss data management best practices with our customers at the annual SQL Pass conference this week.

We understand that as you adopt hybrid cloud environments, you need full mobility to analyze the right data in the right place at the right time. You might need some workloads on premise, using Microsoft Analytics Platform with SQL and...

Carole Gunst, October 13, 2015

Glidewell Laboratories saved over $88K/year by moving data to Amazon Redshift. Want to know how?

Carole Gunst, October 9, 2015

We’re proud to announce at the AWS re:Invent conference that we have extended our Big Data solutions to Hadoop in the cloud. Attunity CloudBeam now facilitates data transfer between on-premise and Hadoop systems running on Amazon Web Services.

This week, Attunity was at the AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas where we let 19,000 attendees and the world know that that Attunity CloudBeam now transfers data between enterprise data centers and Hadoop running on the AWS Cloud. This means that our customers can now leverage the power of Big Data analytics...

Vijay Raman, October 7, 2015

This is the first in a series of blogs that examine how Fortune 500 companies use Attunity Visibility to manage their data more effectively. Part One tells the story of a multinational pharmaceutical firm.

Pharmaceutical companies face a lot of pressure from a lot of directions – competitors, customers and regulators. Every decision, whether it relates to R&D, FDA applications or the release and promotion of a new drug, must be grounded on data.

As we met with this global pharmaceutical company and learned about their requirements, we got an...

Rodan Zadeh, October 5, 2015

Many of us are familiar with Apache Hadoop MapReduce, but what do we know about Apache Spark? More importantly, why should your enterprise learn more about the Spark execution framework?

Spark is an open-source, general-purpose engine for large-scale data processing. Spark supports rapid application development for big data and allows for code reuse across batch, interactive and streaming applications. Spark also provides advanced execution graphs with in-memory pipelining to speed up end-to-end application performance. Spark’s speed improvement over...

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