By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Feb 08, 2016
Data Integration For Big Data contains relevant importance for Oracle Partners. Having Big Data skills means more than simply employing a few data scientists. If they cannot be filled with top-level talent, this can pose a significant risk to the organization's performance.
We live in a world increasingly driven by data and Enterprises have now realized they need to capitalize on data. How your organization defines its data strategy and approach—including its choice of big data and cloud technologies—will make a critical difference in your ability to compete in the future.
Oracle Data Integrator for Big Data brings speed, ease of use and trust, addressing this growing need in the market by providing a future proof, powerful platform to build your enterprise around its Data Management framework.[Read More]
In today’s world of Big Data, investment in the data reservoir is growing, as companies seek to get analytic value out of data resources. But it can be difficult to get true analytics value from that investment, fast enough as data uncertainty and tool complexity can stand in the way. A fundamentally new approach is required. One that capitalizes on investments and people, so the potential in Big Data could be realized quickly; making it better to unlock it for everyone.
Behind the hype of big data there's a simple story, as for decades companies have been making business decisions based on transactional data stored in relational databases. Beyond that critical data, however, is a potential treasure trove of non-traditional, less structured data that can be mined for useful information.
Oracle has designed a coherent Big Data solution architecture and with the introduction of Oracle Big Data Appliance and Oracle Big Data Connectors, Oracle is the first vendor to offer a complete and integrated solution to address the full spectrum of enterprise big data requirements.
NEOS d.o.o., an Oracle Platinum Partner, based out of Croatia, has realized the opportunity investing on an ethical application of Social Network Analysis techniques that can help telecom companies to better manage their businesses and to provide more value to customers as well as employees and shareholders.
NEOS SNA for Telco v1.0, based fully on Oracle Technology components[Read More]
R is an open-source language and environment for statistical computing and data visualization, supporting data manipulation and transformations, as well as sophisticated graphical displays. R has been receiving a lot of attention recently, although it’s been around for over 15 years. Corporate data analysts and statisticians often know R and use it in their daily work, either writing their own R functionality, or leveraging existing open source packages, that support a wide range of statistical and data analysis capabilities often specific to individual fields, such as bioinformatics, finance, econometrics, medical image analysis, and others
And here is where the second question comes, especially from experts in the field who use R anyway, why use “Oracle’s Enterprise version”?[Read More]