Developing a winning big data strategy is not easy. There are many different variables that need to be taken into account. It is therefore important to ask the right questions, in order to get the right answer. But where do you start?
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It is generally believed that implementing a big data strategy is expensive and time-consuming. Both are not true. There are many big data open source tools that can be implemented for free and can be adapted as necessary to suit personal needs.
We have collected 125 of the most important big data open source tools for you to discover. Each open source tool has its own expertise and some of them offer also premium services. Have a look and let us know if you find a big data open source tool missing.
New Big Data Startups are founded on a daily basis. The investments in these highly technological startups continue to grow. But they are difficult to find. That is why we have collected them for you.
Discover the big data startups from around the world and get an understanding in what they do as each big data startup has a different speciality. Each startup is individually reviewed and rated on several criteria.
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In 2011 European Commissioner Neelie Kroes put up a proposal to open up Europe’s Public Data for everyone to use. Neelie Kroes is a strong supporter of the use of public datasets and she called governments to put online datasets that were created with public money.
More and more public datasets are becoming more widely available for organisations and that thrives innovation and new solutions for (unknown) problems in the world.
Big data marketplaces start to exist and organisations can buy or download for free many public data sets. Combining these with personal data will provide additional insights.
At the moment, only 12% of the organisations worldwide have developed a big data strategy. In the coming years this will grow, but you can already learn from the lessons learned by the organisations that did implement a big data strategy.
We collect big data best practices that can help other organisations when implementing a big data strategy. Examples of these interesting use cases start to appear in every industry and an overview of these best practices can help to drive innovation. If you have a use case yourself that you want to share, please do not hesitate to contact us.
- Vitria – they provide real-time insights in big data
- Palantir - they provide insights from data when needed most
- Rocket Fuel – they use A.I. to improve advertising
- Tableau Software – they provide easy-to-use software applications
- Domo - a cloud-based big data management platform
- Bluefin Labs – they provide insight to TV networks & operators
- Bloomreach - they improve content to make it relevant
- SiSense – they can crunch terabytes of data on laptops
- The Stakeholder Company – they map your influencers
- Appfirst - they give DevOps real-time insights in metrics