This Is Why You Are Missing out on UX

Let’s face it, we now live in an experiences economy. If you have a business and you have an interest not only in gaining new customers but also keeping the ones you already have, then you must understand that the experience your customers have while using your products or services is what drives them to …

Intro to SSAS Tabular: Part 2

SSAS Tabular, with its unmatched compression capabilities, is one of the most popular choices as an analytical engine. It provides quick and easy access to data for reporting client tools. It also utilizes in-memory column-store technology to provide a significantly increased performance for column-based measures, like MIN, MAX, SUM, COUNT, etc. In part 2 of …

Intro to SSAS Tabular: Part 1

Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) is an online analytical processing (OLAP) tool used in business analytics for informed decision making. SSAS provides an additional semantic layer of data models, containing the business logic of the data warehouse for business users to access. This layer, in simple terms, facilitates deeper and faster data analysis. SSAS …

Insight Engines Part 2

Enterprise search has dominated the way people locate information, but substantial changes in technology powering search has increased at a rapid pace. Organizations must now embrace this new technology that is redefining the market around Search, one that Gartner terms the “Insight Engine.” In part 2 of this 2-part blog series on Insight Engines (you …

Insight Engines Part 1

What is an Insight Engine? Traditional Search is, at its core, a simple matching engine where a user types in words and the search engine finds web pages or documents that include those words. The more unique words used, the closer the results are likely to be to what the user is looking for. This …

Snowflake Data Warehouse Proof of Concept

Introduction Snowflake data warehouse was built from the cloud up to support modern data warehousing at any scale. Its multicluster, scale-out approach is designed to separate compute from storage. Its architecture is built so that multiple, independent compute clusters can access a shared pool of data without resource contention. Customers pay for what is used …

Google Cloud Vision API

Google Cloud Vision API Image Matching Use Case Using Web Entities   Cloud Vision API was created by Google to provide application developers the tools they need to build the next generation of applications that can see and understand content within the images. With it, customers can detect a broad set of entities within an …

Cloud Foundry

What Is Cloud Foundry? Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud platform as a service (PaaS) on which developers can build, deploy, run and scale applications. Originally created by VMware, Cloud Foundry is now part of Pivotal Software, whose parent company is Dell Technologies. Cloud Foundry is licensed under Apache 2.0 and supports Java, Node.js, Go, PHP, Python, Ruby, .NET Core and Static file. …

An Introduction to Next Generation Master Data Management (MDM)

An Introduction to Next Generation Master Data Management (MDM)   Master data management is the framework of processes and technologies aimed at creating and maintaining an authoritative, reliable, sustainable, accurate, timely and secure environment. This environment represents a single version of truth as an accepted system of records across a diverse set of systems, business …

Introduction to Teradata Architecture: An MPP System in Action

Introduction Teradata was created by Teradata Corp. in 1976 and is considered as one of the best Relational Database Management Systems available today. It makes an interesting read to understand how Teradata has been the leader in the market for so many years. In this blog, we’ll cover Teradata’s unique architecture to learn why so …
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