A better approach to big data that combines business intelligence with human insight.

It doesn’t matter how much data you have. If you can’t get insights from it, your data is nothing more than bits taking up space on a server. ODPi’s BI and AI Project is working to combine the speed of machine learning with human insights to create a new kind of intelligence to provide better strategic direction for your organization.

The collection and analysis of big data is quickly becoming a mission-critical business function. As data storage moves away from RDBMS, organizations need solutions that leverage new Big Data platforms and respond to proprietary connectors, in-memory, and hybrid approaches.

BIg Data highlights:

  • Preferred BI/SQL connectors (Hive, Presto, Impala, etc.) for a BI tool to connect to Hadoop
  • Best practices to connect to both Hadoop and RDMS
  • Recommended BI architecture to query data in Hadoop
  • Solutions for advanced analytics, including Machine Learning algorithm on Hadoop

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