Artikel zum Thema "Data Warehousing" bei CIO.de

Chemicals Manaufacturing Major Goes Open Source for Data Warehousing

Not many CIOs enjoy the luxury that Rajat Sharma does. As president-IT of the Rs 2,000 crore Atul, Sharma has the fortune of dedicating 15 percent of his IT budget to new projects. » zum Artikel

Social Data Warehousing Is Worth the Trouble

Classic data warehousing collected enormous amounts of relational data from sources across the enterprise and then correlated it to create more meaning than could be seen in any one system. Most of the data was purely relational, and most of the inferences were pretty straightforward, even if the joins were tricky. » zum Artikel

Praxisbeispiele für Big Data

Tipps von Deutsche Bank Research: Praxisbeispiele für Big Data (Foto: vario images, Otto GmbH & Co. KG)
Tipps von Deutsche Bank Research: Ein Retailer analysiert das Kaufveralten von Schwangeren. Und Sensoren im Fußboden werden melden, wenn jemand stürzt. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Die Big-Data-Strategien von SAP und Oracle

Engineered System oder Zukäufe: Die Big-Data-Strategien von SAP und Oracle (Foto: Sergey Nivens - Fotolia.com)
Engineered System oder Zukäufe: Die ERP-Marktführer Oracle und SAP feilen an ihren Big-Data-Angeboten. Analysten von Experton und Gartner erläutern die Schwerpunkte und Strategien der beiden Softwarehersteller, die auf die Big-Data-Platzhirsche IBM und SAS Boden gut machen wollen. » zum Artikel
  • Andreas Schaffry
    Andreas Schaffry


    Dr. Andreas Schaffry ist freiberuflicher IT-Fachjournalist und seit 2006 für die CIO.de-Redaktion tätig. Die inhaltlichen Schwerpunkte seiner Berichterstattung liegen in den Bereichen ERP, Business Intelligence, CRM und SCM mit Schwerpunkt auf SAP und in der Darstellung aktueller IT-Trends wie SaaS, Cloud Computing oder Enterprise Mobility. Er schreibt insbesondere über die vielfältigen Wechselwirkungen zwischen IT und Business und die damit verbundenen Transformationsprozesse in Unternehmen.

Big data Google-style comes under attack

The article in TIME is headlined "Google's Flu Project Shows the Failings of Big Data." However, critics says the real failing here is not with big data but with Google. » zum Artikel

Healthcare Needs Data Analytics for the ACO Model to Succeed

By the end of 2014, according to a Premier Inc. survey of hospital executives, about half of the nation's hospitals will be participating in an accountable care organization (ACO). That represents a jump from 18 percent in the fall of 2013 and less than 5 percent in the spring of 2012. » zum Artikel

BackOffice buys UK-based SAP specialist to grow big data business

US-based BackOffice Associates, a specialist in information governance and data migration services, has acquired UK-based SAP data services consultancy ENTOTA. » zum Artikel

Farming data in the cloud

Legacy storage infrastructure was holding the Department of Agriculture and Food in Western Australia (DAFWA) back from new IT projects until it began a $3.6 million storage upgrade in mid-2013. » zum Artikel

As Unix fades away from data centers, it's unclear what's next

LAS VEGAS - Gartner says that its clients have started planning to migrate from Unix. » zum Artikel

9 Punkte für die Big-Data-Strategie

Hilfe für Business Analytics: 9 Punkte für die Big-Data-Strategie (Foto: iHT2)
Hilfe für Business Analytics: Big Data kann der Medizin helfen, Informationen auszuwerten. Eine neue Studie des US-Instituts iHT2 klärt über das Warum und das Wie auf. » zum Artikel
  • Hartmut Wiehr

Responsive design in danger of being next Big Data, warns FT CIO

Financial Times CIO Christina Scott warned the hype around responsive design was in danger of making it "the next Big Data". » zum Artikel

IBM vor SAS und Teradata

Anbieter-Benchmark für Big-Data-Analytics: IBM vor SAS und Teradata (Foto: Ben Chams - Fotolia.com)
Anbieter-Benchmark für Big-Data-Analytics: Die Experton Group bewertete in einem Big-Data-Benchmark auch die Analytics-Lösungen der Anbieter. IBM und SAS schlagen Oracle, SAP, Microsoft und Co. » zum Artikel
  • Andreas Schaffry
    Andreas Schaffry


    Dr. Andreas Schaffry ist freiberuflicher IT-Fachjournalist und seit 2006 für die CIO.de-Redaktion tätig. Die inhaltlichen Schwerpunkte seiner Berichterstattung liegen in den Bereichen ERP, Business Intelligence, CRM und SCM mit Schwerpunkt auf SAP und in der Darstellung aktueller IT-Trends wie SaaS, Cloud Computing oder Enterprise Mobility. Er schreibt insbesondere über die vielfältigen Wechselwirkungen zwischen IT und Business und die damit verbundenen Transformationsprozesse in Unternehmen.

Can Healthcare Big Data Reality Live Up to Its Promise

Between electronic health record (EHR) systems, imaging systems, electronic prescribing software, healthcare claims, public health reports and the burgeoning market of wellness apps and mobile health devices, the healthcare industry is full of data that's just waiting to be dissected. » zum Artikel

Big Data Analytics Moves to the Cloud

What if you could store your data in the cloud and run complex queries and analytics on it where it resides, without moving it That's the question high-performance cloud infrastructure and big data analytics specialist Joyent looks to answer with its new Joyent Manta Storage Service. » zum Artikel

The Unvarnished Truth about Big Data

Ramnath Iyer knows the business of information like few others. As the CTO of CRISIL India, the global ratings agency, he watches over financial and management data collected from over 15,000 medium and large enterprises. "Our database has more than 120 million data points," says Iyer, who started his career at CRISIL as an analyst. » zum Artikel

Big data is a big but young market

A recent survey by Forrester found that 7% of IT executives and 9% of business leaders feel they have gained a true return on investment from big data. That means there's a lot more business can be doing to glean insights from the massive amount of data that's potentially available to them. » zum Artikel

LCH.Clearnet doubles transaction volume with clearing platform upgrade

LCH Clearnet has begun implementation of a new clearing platform, allowing it to double the number of transactions it processes each day. » zum Artikel

The CIO Interview: Hee Hwang, CIO at SNU Bundang Hospital, South Korea

The healthcare market in Asia-Pacific (APAC) is booming and an interesting example of the innovativeness of the region is reflected in Seoul National University Bundang Hospital's (SNUBH) embrace of SAP HANA as a data warehousing solution. » zum Artikel

In-memory technologies move databases to real time

Last week, application-performance monitoring service provider New Relic launched an offering that allows customers to mine its operational data for business intelligence. » zum Artikel

In-memory technologies move databases to real time

Last week, application-performance monitoring service provider New Relic launched an offering that allows customers to mine its operational data for business intelligence. » zum Artikel

5 things to watch for at Amazon's cloud show

Last year some 6,000 attendees trekked out to Las Vegas for the first customer conference of what many consider to be the leading public IaaS cloud provider: Amazon Web Services. AWS re:Invent 2012 saw the launch of a new data analytics and warehousing product, price drops on its services, and lots of tips and tricks for how to use Amazon's cloud. » zum Artikel

Infor partnering with Amazon on Redshift-powered cloud analytics platform

Infor is planning to offer customers a cloud-based data warehouse and analytics platform based on its own ION and Business Vault technology as well as Amazon's Redshift service. » zum Artikel

Linux popularity rises as enterprises conquer 'irrational fears', claims SUSE

UK businesses have conquered their "irrational fears" of Linux and the majority now depend on it for some part of their mainstream business applications, a survey of 200 IT executives has found. » zum Artikel

Global security market will grow to $86 billion by 2016, Gartner predicts

The global market for security and services will rise to $67.2 billion (£45 billion) in 2013, with further stellar growth taking that as high as $86 billion by 2016, Gartner analysts at the firm's Security & Risk Management Summit have predicted. » zum Artikel

Cloud-BI noch nicht wirklich wichtig

Studie über BI-Prioritäten: Cloud-BI noch nicht wirklich wichtig (Foto: Frank Gärtner - Fotolia.com)
Studie über BI-Prioritäten: Unternehmen setzen bisher kaum auf Cloud Business Intelligence. Eine Dresner-Studie untersuchte Einsatz und Hindernisse von BI-Lösungen in der Praxis. » zum Artikel
  • Andreas Schaffry
    Andreas Schaffry


    Dr. Andreas Schaffry ist freiberuflicher IT-Fachjournalist und seit 2006 für die CIO.de-Redaktion tätig. Die inhaltlichen Schwerpunkte seiner Berichterstattung liegen in den Bereichen ERP, Business Intelligence, CRM und SCM mit Schwerpunkt auf SAP und in der Darstellung aktueller IT-Trends wie SaaS, Cloud Computing oder Enterprise Mobility. Er schreibt insbesondere über die vielfältigen Wechselwirkungen zwischen IT und Business und die damit verbundenen Transformationsprozesse in Unternehmen.

Certus restutcures and expands

IBM software and services company, Certus Solutions, has restructured part of its business, splitting the management of two lines - business analytics (BA) and information management (IM) - as a result of significant growth in both areas. » zum Artikel

Google Compute Engine vs. Amazon Web Services cloud: The battle is on

With news this week that Google Compute Engine cloud is now generally available, the battle in the Infrastructure-as-a-Service market has hit a new level. The biggest question is: Can Google give the kingpin of the public IaaS market, Amazon Web Services (AWS), a run for its money » zum Artikel

Australian security market tipped to grow 12 per cent: Gartner

The Australian security technology and services market is forecast to hit $1.7 billion in 2013 due to the expansion of the technologies enterprises use to improve their security, according to a new Gartner report. » zum Artikel

Taking aim at Amazon, Google, Joyent melds compute/storage services

Cloud computing provider Joyent, a company with robust engineering chops that's looking to compete with the heavyweights of the industry, today rolled out Manta, its newest service that offers object storage with baked in compute features. » zum Artikel

Smart Machines Could Cost Tech Industry Millions of IT Jobs

A recent forecast from Gartner suggests that IT organizations in most vertical industries face "accelerated pressure for fundamental transformation." Put another way: An organization's survival and competitive edge depends on its ability to embrace digitalization. » zum Artikel


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Not many CIOs enjoy the luxury that Rajat Sharma does. As president-IT of the Rs 2,000 crore Atul, Sharma has the fortune of dedicating 15 percent of his IT budget to new projects.
Classic data warehousing collected enormous amounts of relational data from sources across the enterprise and then correlated it to create more meaning than could be seen in any one system. Most of the data was purely relational, and most of the inferences were pretty straightforward, even if the joins were tricky.
LAS VEGAS-The inaugural Amazon Web Services user conference opened yesterday, with 6,000 attendees making for a sold-out event. What follows are a few impressions of mine.