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Connected Cars: How IoT, Streaming Data & Real-Time Analytics are Disrupting the Rental Car Industry [Part 1]

Informatica Blog - Wed, 08/21/2019 - 18:15
This three-part series on connected cars has been co-authored by Amit Kara, Vishwa Belur, and Soumya Banerjee. You’re enjoying your family vacation, driving through California’s most scenic routes, when suddenly, your rental car comes to a complete halt. Your children and, most importantly, your spouse are not happy campers. You think to yourself, with all the advancements in automobiles, couldn’t the rental company have predicted this breakdown and alerted you earlier? If you’...
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Generating a Heat Map with Twitter data using Pipeline Designer – Part 3

Talend Blog - Wed, 08/21/2019 - 14:00
If you have got through part 1 and part 2 of this series of blogs, there are only a few more steps to carry out before you can see the end to end flow of data and create your Heatmap. If you have not read the first two blogs, the links to the blogs are above. Although these blogs have been quite lengthy, I hope you understand that I have tried to make sure that any level of experience can achieve this. Since Pipeline Designer is a new product, I felt that it made sense to be as explicit as possi...
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Data Processing Pipeline Patterns

Informatica Blog - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 18:20
Data produced by applications, devices, or humans must be processed before it is consumed. By definition, a data pipeline represents the flow of data between two or more systems. It is a set of instructions that determine how and when to move data between these systems. My last blog conveyed how connectivity is foundational to a data platform. In this blog, I will describe the different data processing pipelines that leverage different capabilities of the data platform, such as connecti...
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The Privacy Hazard in High Tech Heritage

Talend Blog - Tue, 08/20/2019 - 17:00
DNA kits like 23andMe, Helix and AncestryDNA topped holiday gift guides again this past year. Kits range in the market from $60 to $200, and they’re meant to help consumers understand family history, genealogy and can even connect unknown family members. Collecting genetic data can also have broader impacts in healthcare and justice for law enforcement. We’ve seen this play out in the arrest of the suspected Golden State Killer Joseph James DeAngelo as a result of DNA from an ancestry website. H...
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