Recently, Gartner analysts declared the “Internet of Things” (or IoT) to be at the “Peak of Inflated Expectations,” trumping even the completely overblown “Big Data.” The …
It’s time to cool off the fake benchmarks and rhetoric and think clearly about the most cost-effective approaches to application performance and scalability.
Large enterprises have a need for powerful tools such as Hadoop distros. But do smaller firms really require hardcore analytics packages?
Right now, it seems as if the company’s content with being a “fast follower.”
The in-memory option for Oracle’s 12c database is clearly meant to counter SAP’s HANA in-memory technology.
SAP needs to boost its in-memory technology’s prominence. HP needs consulting and management dollars. Boom, a partnership.
IBM faces SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, and other major competitors in the in-memory technology arena.
SAP is embracing the cloud wholeheartedly as an analytics platform. Oracle has seemed more reluctant to follow that path.
SAP is trying to expand the reach of its HANA in-memory technology.
SAP isn’t alone in pushing in-memory technology as a Big Data solution: Oracle, IBM and Microsoft all want a chunk of the market.