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Posts for category: Big Data

Tue, August, 2016 | Simon Moss

Pneuron Highlighted as Breakout Vendor by Forrester

We’re thrilled to have been highlighted as a “Breakout Vendor” in Forrester’s latest Big Data Integration Report. The report focuses on solutions capable of extracting business value from the enormous amounts of business data found in data lakes, databases, distributed applications, and beyond. “The problem with most data integration strategies is that they focus on…

Wed, July, 2016 | Simon Moss

Pneuron Wins a Place on CRN’s Emerging Vendors List for 2016

Another big validation of Pneuron, our team, and the transformational progress our customers are realizing with our innovations. Everyone here at Pneuron is excited about the fact that we’ve just been named on CRN’s 2016 list of Emerging Vendors. This annual list is all about recognizing technological innovation and highlighting the companies that are shaking…

Wed, June, 2016 | Simon Moss

Do you have a Big Data issue or is it a Data Diversity and Distribution issue?

The number of enterprise projects that fail to deliver on the business value expected is cause for concern. Many go over budget, miss objectives, fail outright, or get replaced within a year. On average, large IT projects run 45% over budget and 7% over time, while delivering 56% less value than expected, according to McKinsey…

Mon, June, 2016 | Simon Moss

Think Different: Panama Papers and role of Big Data

Processing the Panama Papers is about distribution, not centralization The Panama Papers investigation is set to have a massive impact on world finance, prompting a clampdown on tax evasion, fraud, and corruption. But it also raises interesting questions about the way we process big data. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) just published a…

Tue, April, 2016 | Simon Moss

Cue the trombones, let’s orchestrate the business!

Harps are pretty to listen to, and we love the sound of classical piano music. Not long ago we went to a concert featuring superstar violinist Joshua Bell. He performed some solo pieces, but moved us to tears with his signature piece, Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, played with a full…

Wed, December, 2015 | Simon Moss

Some thoughts on 2016

As we are rolling up 2015, some thoughts on how things might evolve over the next year. Its prediction time – a time for lots a guesswork, usually aligned to self-serving predictions in the technology community. Below are perhaps less self serving and based on some personal opinions on how things might pan out. Weather…

Fri, December, 2015 | Simon Moss

Heterogeneous analytics, and making sandwiches

As with any entrepreneurial endeavor, as with any innovation, you’re gonna get orthodoxy and vested interests of the status quo too fearful or greedy to embrace a new way of thinking. But more and more business frustration is challenging firms to try something new, something unique. This challenge though is not just technical. It is organizationally and culturally…

Fri, August, 2015 | Simon Moss

“Dumb pipes, smart endpoints”: The architecture to support growing business complexity

Fascinating changes on the horizon of the market. Alpha developers talking about a new architectural approach called “microservices”. Some bloggers voicing some musings, leading VCs in the Valley and East Coast talking, as well as a couple of the more visionary CIOs and large technology company technology labs. Delighted to see this trend – as…

Wed, June, 2015 | Simon Moss

Innovation in the new technology market …ying and yang

It is fascinating to see the high tech engine that is the West Coast. The almost magical combination of Venture Capitalists, Entrepreneurs, and Marketers has produced countless household names in addition to a nontrivial number of up and coming companies who may lack the name recognition but sport very impressive valuations. Silicon Valley has long…

Thu, May, 2015 | Simon Moss

Reconciling Big Data, IoT and a distributed world

We have been consistent that Big Data is often the rebranding of old data management and systems integration projects – with admittedly much faster processing capacity – and exploitation of the optics of the significant increase in data volumes coming from social media, telecommunications interactions and digital media. Our argument continues that the enterprise faces…

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