In the BOSSIEs (Again!) – Listed In InfoWorld’s ‘Best of’ Open Source Big Data Tools for 2016

by | Sep 21, 2016 | Awards, Big Data, In the News

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We’re mighty stoked to make it into InfoWorld’s list of best open source big data tools for the second time!

Here are some excerpts:

If you have a MongoDB data store and need to run basic analytics, are you going to create a whole Hadoop or other infrastructure for reporting?

That’s a lot of ETL for reporting on one data store! Far easier and saner is to report straight from a replica. SlamData has a SQL-based engine that talks natively to MongoDB. Unlike MongoDB’s own solution, SlamData is not sucking all the data into PostgreSQL and calling it a BI connector.

Read the whole thing over here >

We’re heading into new territory in just a few weeks, bringing native NoSQL analytics goodness not just to MongoDB but also to MarkLogic, Couchbase, Spark and Postgres. And more after that! Hang on, we’re just getting going.

Other folks on the list include:

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Semi­structured data, called NoSQL data in this paper, is growing at an unprecedented rate.  This growth is fueled, in part, by the proliferation of web and mobile applications, APIs, event­-oriented data, sensor data, machine learning, and the Internet of Things, all of which are disproportionately powered by NoSQL technologies and data models.

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