Posts from Joe Lichtman

Replacing Your Legacy Enterprise Search? Read This First.

Google has announced that it’s sunsetting the Google Search Appliance. Are you using it? Microsoft is sunsetting FAST. Are you using it?

Here’s the thing. The search market is changing, and the vendors know it. That’s why you are seeing major changes in the traditional search market. More importantly, though, you are noticing that traditional search simply isn’t giving you the information you need.

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Managed Services: Making Cognitive Search Easier

Attivio is pleased to announce its Managed Services offering for Cognitive Search and Insight in the cloud. Now you can have the full power of Attivio without having to buy hardware or manage software. Attivio will handle everything for you. With the Attivio Managed Services for Cognitive Search, you get the complete platform hosted on AWS and managed by Attivio.

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Attivio Completes Certification On Cloudera Enterprise

Hadoop is fast becoming the center piece of a modern data architecture. And Cloudera Enterprise provides the centralized management and robust support that you need to effectively operate Hadoop.

The modern data architecture stores data as is; it doesn't require pre-modeling. It needs to accommodate volume, velocity, and variety including structured and unstructured information. Hadoop does this very well.

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Ecosystem Partners in the Spotlight at Hadoop Summit 2016

I recently attended Hadoop Summit 2016 where not surprisingly there was a lot of conversation about topics other than Hadoop. For example, the importance of ecosystem partners to any Big Data solution.

It was certainly on my mind as we had just published a post about Attivio’s role in the EMC Big Data solution. At the Summit, I sat down with Carey James from EMC and Tony Fisher from Zaloni—another partner in the EMC solution—for an interview with John Furrier of The Cube.

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Hadoop Earns Its Enterprise Stripes

Atlas Data Governance Delivers "Last Mile"

At Attivio, we work with some of the world's largest banks and manufacturing companies. As they invest more in Hadoop, they also require more from it. They recognize its value in dealing with extremely large and diverse data sets. But they're also looking for enterprise features, and data governance is often at the top of the list.

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