Webcast on June 29th will Present 2nd Annual Hadoop Survey Findings in Detail
Cupertino, CA – June 20, 2012 – Karmasphere™, the leader in Big Data Insights, announced today a webcast to review the detailed results of its recent survey that brings fresh insights around current Big Data Analytics market trends. The webcast will be held on Friday June 29th, at 11am PDT, and presented by Gil Allouche, Dir. Product Marketing at Karmasphere. The survey, announced last week, reveals that the shortage of Big Data skilled professionals is driving the need for collaborative self-service access to Hadoop across companies of all sizes.
The webcast will cover other Big Data Analytics market trends and early adoption patterns including:
- The pervasive skill set for Big Data Analytics - it's not MapReduce anymore
- Whose job it is to extract insights from Big Data
- What Big Data Analytics teams look like
- Which departments are benefiting the most from Big Data Analytics
- How much Big Data is growing
Download the complete report "Trends and Insights into Big Data Analytics".
Register for the webcast Friday, June 29th, 11am PDT.
The survey was conducted between May 5-15, 2012 and includes insights from data professionals from a variety of companies of all sizes. A total of 376 respondents completed the survey.
Karmasphere delivers a fully leveraged world for Big Data Insight that is deep, unconstrained, and accessible for data driven companies seeking new sources of future business opportunity. With the advent of Hadoop, businesses can now affordably analyze massive amounts of Big Data across their web, mobile, social, sensor, video, and call center interactions without the limitations of having to use sampled data or expensive and proprietary approaches. Karmasphere customers benefit from data insights that uplift revenue, customer satisfaction and competitive advantage.
The Karmasphere 2.0 Collaborative Analytics Workspace provides users across the company with self-service access to Big Data Analytics on Hadoop including analytic projects, visualizations, and everyday-to-sophisticated analysis through a social, web-based interface that facilitates team collaboration. Open and based on Apache Hadoop standards, it leverages existing analytic skills and models, integrates with traditional BI and existing applications and supports key Hadoop distributions including: Amazon Elastic Map Reduce, Cloudera, HortonWorks, IBM, and MapR Technologies.
Learn more at http://www.karmasphere.com.