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Introducing Talend API Services: Providing Best in Class Purpose-Built Applications

Talend Blog - 4 hours 57 min ago
Have you heard?  Talend Fall ’18 is here and continues on Talend’s plan to meet the challenges of today’s data professionals around organizing, processing and sharing data at scale. Earlier Jean-Michel Franco wrote up about the Data Catalog portion of this exciting Fall 2018 launch. In this blog I’d like to focus on our new API features. For many organizations, APIs are no longer just technological creations of engineers to connect components of a distributed system. Today, APIs are directly dri...
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Informatica MDM 10.3 – Experience the data

Informatica Blog - 5 hours 33 min ago
The latest release of Informatica MDM 10.3 has opened a great opportunity for business users to experience the data with best possible interactions. User Experience (UX) is at its best in this version, with modern UI, enhanced security, improved search capabilities and much more. You can start off with the excellent demo provided by the product team in the recently concluded webinar. The webinar was hosted by Oliver Soans. Webinar also answered some of the key questions from the participants ma...
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Real-Time vs. Batch Data Integration: Which is Better for Which Use Cases?

Syncsort Blog - 10 hours 17 min ago
When it comes to big data, there are two main ways to process information. The first—and more traditional—approach is batch-based data integration. The second is real-time integration. Understanding which data integration strategy is the right fit for which situation is an important step for ensuring that you are processing big data in the fastest and most cost-effective way. Toward that end, let’s take a look at the differences between batch-based and real-time data integration, and expla...
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What Can Businesses Learn from the Sporting Use of Data

Informatica Blog - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 18:15
Now that evenings are getting longer and there’s a noticeable chill in the air, if you’re like me, you’re spending more time at home in front of the TV cheering for your favorite sports teams. And of course, being a data analytics fan, I’m fascinated with how the sports industry is using data for strategic advantage. From players wearing connected devices generating data to optimize training regimes in real time, to players using sports equipment with sensors attached to measure swing and range,...
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Engineering Machine Learning – 5 Short Webcasts to Help Create a Data Pipeline

Syncsort Blog - Wed, 11/14/2018 - 13:30
Over the past month, Syncsort has released a series of short webcasts focused on Engineering Machine Learning. Making the hurdle from designing a machine learning model to putting it into production, is the key to getting value back – and the roadblock that stops many promising machine learning projects. After the data scientists have done their part, engineering a robust production data pipeline has its own set of tough problems to solve. See what our experts have to say in these 15-minute webc...
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Data Breaches Due to Unencrypted Information Represent a Huge Business Risk

Syncsort Blog - Tue, 11/13/2018 - 13:30
Data breaches of unencrypted sensitive information occur often, and many are highly publicized. Businesses are thrust into the spotlight and scrutinized for scandalous lack of oversight and accountability around data security. And even though these breaches happen at the IT level, the burden and the blame for a data breach usually falls on C-level leaders such as the CEO or CIO. Customers question, “Why didn’t you protect my personal information?” and the leaders respond, “We didn’t think it wou...
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Black Friday and the Holiday Season: How to Deal with Changing Customer Shopping Behavior

Informatica Blog - Mon, 11/12/2018 - 18:15
The National Retail Federation forecasts that sales will be up 4.1 percent(i) in the 2018 holiday shopping season, but an increasing number of stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day 2018(ii). How does this make sense? The reality is that customers shopping behavior has changed and retailers are adopting. While Black Friday is still the busiest shopping day for stores kicking off the holiday season, the number of people visiting stores is declining. It doesn’t mean that people will buy less. T...
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How to Improve Data Quality: 3 Real-World Examples

Syncsort Blog - Mon, 11/12/2018 - 13:30
You hear a lot about data quality these days. But much of the discussion focuses on data quality at a high level, without much attention to what data quality looks like in a real-world context. This article aims to cut against that grain. Below, we take a look at three realistic examples of data quality issues that you might face in an everyday business environment. We also explain how to address them. Without further ado, onto those real-world data quality examples. Inaccurate Address Data Addr...
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Simplifying Data Warehouse Optimization

Talend Blog - Sat, 11/10/2018 - 19:04
When I hear the phrase “Data Warehouse Optimization”, shivers go down my spine.  It sounds like such a complicated undertaking.  After all, data warehouses are big, cumbersome and complex systems that can store terabytes and even petabytes of data that people depend on to make important decisions on the way their business is run.  The thought of any type of tinkering with such an integral part of a modern business would make even the most seasoned CIO’s break out into cold sweats. However, the v...
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New White Paper! Multi-Factor Authentication for IBM i

Syncsort Blog - Sat, 11/10/2018 - 13:30
The basic IBM i policies that served in years past are no longer sufficient. Security breaches caused by passwords stored in unsecured locations, guessed passwords, or brute-force password attacks have compelled IT shops to implement stronger password management controls. Syncsort’s latest white paper, “Multi-factor Authentication for IBM i,” explores some options for today’s organizations. Because Multi-Factor Authentication requires users to provide at least two authent...
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4 Ways You Should be Using the Talend tMap Component

Talend Blog - Fri, 11/09/2018 - 18:36
At Talend one of my “Shadow IT” jobs is reporting on the component usage. If you have ever used Talend Studio (either the open source Talend Open Studio or the commercial version you most likely know the component tMap.  It is the most used component by a long shot. Why? Simply put, it’s because it is extremely versatile and useful.  When I was first asked to write this article I thought, “Why not, this will be easy.”  But, as I started actually going about picking out use cases I quickly realiz...
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The CIO Reading List: The Alliance

Informatica Blog - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 19:15
As a CIO, you know the value of finding, developing, and retaining talented workers and the incredible challenge it has become in today’s highly competitive market. The Alliance is a book about understanding the state of loyalty and trust between employers and employees today—and how to rethink how to build relationships for a stronger, more stable workforce. Authors Ben Casnocha, Chris Yeh, and LinkedIn Cofounder and Chairman Reid Hoffman believe there currently exists a “fundamental disconnect...
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Top Mainframe Training Resources for 2019

Syncsort Blog - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 13:30
The mainframe scene remains vibrant. (For an overview of just how vibrant, check out our latest State of the Mainframe survey report.) Yet learning resources for mainframes can be tough to find. As young mainframe programmers can attest, few university computer science departments teach mainframe administration or programming these days, and you’ll have a harder time finding free mainframe training materials online than you will guides to trendier topics like blockchain programming or Kube...
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It’s Official! Talend to Welcome Stitch to the Family!

Talend Blog - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 22:12
The Acquisition Today, Talend announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Stitch, a self-service cloud data integration company that provides an exceptionally quick, easy, and intuitive experience in modern cloud environments. With Stitch, Talend will be able to provide both SMB and enterprise customers with a highly efficient way to move data from cloud sources to cloud data warehouses and buy in a frictionless manner. As companies standardize on using the cloud for analytics, Ta...
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2018 Cloud Survey Results: Review the full report

Syncsort Blog - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 13:30
Since launching our industry surveys a few years ago, Syncsort typically included one or two questions about cloud.  This year, we wanted to know more, so we fielded a cloud survey specifically to address this hot topic.  The response was overwhelming – over 900 IT professionals, at mostly large- and medium-sized companies, participated. On Premise or in the Cloud – the Fundamentals Still Apply The widespread adoption of cloud computing was not a big surprise in our findings, as we’ve been exper...
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Expert Interview (Part 2): Paco Nathan on the Current State of Agile and Deep Learning

Syncsort Blog - Tue, 11/06/2018 - 13:30
At the recent Strata Data conference in NYC, Paige Roberts of Syncsort has a moment to sit and speak with Paco Nathan of Derwen, Inc. In part one of the interview, Roberts and Nathan discuss the origins, current state, and the future trends of artificial intelligence and neural networks. In the second part, Roberts and Nathan go into the current state of Agile and deep learning. Roberts:  Changing the subject a little, one of the other things you talked about which kind of struck me pretty stron...
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Timing Is Everything (for Data Integration)

Informatica Blog - Mon, 11/05/2018 - 18:15
One of my favorite quotes (often attributed to Albert Einstein) says “The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once”. I have come to think about this saying many times in my personal life, but recently I have come to think about it while helping one of our customers define their roadmap toward digital transformation. This customer, similar to many other enterprises, is struggling to integrate data that has different timing patterns – some things that happen no...
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Expert Interview (Part 1): Not so Evil Mad Scientist, Paco Nathan on Biology-Informed Artificial Intelligence and the Nature of Feedback Loops

Syncsort Blog - Mon, 11/05/2018 - 13:30
At the recent Strata Data conference in NYC, Paige Roberts of Syncsort had a moment to sit and speak with Paco Nathan of Derwen, Inc. In part one of this two-part interview, Roberts and Nathan discuss the origins, current state, and the future trends of artificial intelligence and neural networks. Roberts:  Can you introduce yourself to our readers? Nathan:  Certainly, my name is Paco Nathan and I have a background in machine learning. I was heading toward machine intelligence back before the “...
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New eBook! The Rise of Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations

Syncsort Blog - Sat, 11/03/2018 - 12:30
Syncsort has released a new eBook, “The Rise of Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations.” From the early days of IT, organizations have grappled with the challenges of understanding how well their infrastructure is performing in support of the business. They have used a plethora of tools to detect, manage, and resolve problems that are causing disruption of services. With all these tools, comes a fundamental problem facing organizations – how to bring together information fro...
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Top Mainframe Programming Languages for Mainframe Admins

Syncsort Blog - Thu, 11/01/2018 - 12:30
If you think the programming languages used on mainframes are all relics of the past, think again. Contrary to popular belief, mainframes remain alive and well, as do the programmers who write code for them. And they’re not programming in archaic languages you’ve never heard of; they’re using a mix of traditional mainframe languages, like COBOL and REXX, alongside more “modern” ones, such as Java and C++. Here’s a look at the top mainframe languages today. Ide...
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