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Companies are looking to get the most out of their myriad data streams, making applications and analytics a hot topic at all levels of an organization, across a variety of industries. As a part of the next generation of database solutions and a leader in Big Data innovation, Splice Machine is being talked about by technology and industry publications.

Harte Hanks Collaborates With Mapr to Evolve its Big Data Strategy  /  8.14.15

In an effort to evolve its big data solutions, Harte Hanks, a global leader in customer relationship experiences and interaction led marketing, has collaborated with MapR Technologies. Harte Hanks is now using the MapR Distribution and Hadoop. By doing so, the organization will upscale its performance

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10 Big Data/Business Intelligence Emerging Vendors You Need To Know About  /  7.28.15

In addition to CRN's 2015 list of emerging vendors, Splice Machine was included its "10 Big Data/Business Intelligence Emerging Vendors You Need To Know About" list.

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ETL: The Silent Killer of Big Data Projects  /  7.23.15

In this special guest feature, Monte Zweben of Splice Machine outlines how traditional ETL processes are bursting at the seams with the volume of Big Data and ways to streamline the ETL pipeline.

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NoSQL vs. NewSQL: Choosing the Right Database for Your Business  /  7.15.15

For decades, relational database management systems (RDBMS) have been the go-to solution for storing and retrieving data. But due to the rapid growth of data volume just about every business is experiencing and the high cost of scaling up (i.e., using increasingly larger, specialized servers, which can

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Q&A: How Hadoop Blew Open the Door to Next Generation of Computing  /  6.30.15

The advent of the Internet of things calls for better ways to handle massive amounts of data. A Google paper about MapReduce in the early 2000s signaled a fundamental change in data architectures and distributed processing. In this interview, the second of two parts, Splice Machine CEO Monte Zweben,

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