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Research Summary: The Correct Way to Use Customer Data

My latest report, Customer Data: The Missing Link to Customer Success explains how successful organizations will utilize customer data to power their business initiatives in the digital era. Customer data is your organization’s most strategic asset. Use it the right way to rise above your competitors, delight your customers, and create a sustainable digital business. Constellation’s seven-step customer data framework […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on May 6, 2015

Quips: Oracle Open World 2014 – Day 1 The Larry Keynote #OOW14

Oracle Intends To Dominate Cloud From Silicon To Software Amidst a packed standing room only crowd at Moscone North, Founder, Executive Chairman, and CTO, Larry Ellison took to the stage to clarify Oracle’s company and cloud strategy.  Key points from his keynote include how Oracle is: Committing to full upward compatibility of all its database, […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on September 29, 2014

Event Report: Oracle Open World 2014 – Day 1 #OOW14

Oracle Doubles Down On Cloud Messaging Amidst A World Shifting To Digital Transformation Over 60,000 physical attendees from 145 countries gather in San Francisco for the 2014 Oracle Open World.  In addition, Oracle expects 7.1 million online attendees to join the live stream of one of the largest events in enterprise software.  Amidst the usual […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on September 28, 2014

News Analysis: The Vibe On Informatica's Virtual Data Machine

Informatica Launches Vibe, A Virtual Data Machine For New Business Models At Informatica World 2013 in Las Vegas, Informatica announced the Vibe Virtual Data Machine (VDM).  The VDM consists of 4 parts and an SDK (see Figure 1): Transformation library contains pre-built libraries for actions such as combine, transform, cleans, match and mask. Optimizer enables […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on June 4, 2013

Monday's Musings: Beyond The Three V's of Big Data – Viscosity and Virality

Revisiting the Three V’s of Big Data It’s time to revisit that original post from July 4th, 2011 post on the the Three V’s of big data.  Here’s the recap: Traditionally, big data describes data that’s too large for existing systems to process.  Over the past three years, experts and gurus in the space have […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on February 27, 2012

Vendor Events: Webinar – Putting Big Data Streaming and Analytics to Work

Big Data Tuesday Webinar Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2012 Time: 9:00am  PT / 12:00pm ET Real-time analytics on big data is one of the hot topics for many organizations. Given that the traditional information infrastructure for analytics has evolved from a batch-oriented approach, it is challenging for IT to augment the existing environment to meet […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on January 22, 2012

Monday's Musings: The Three V's of Big Data

The Three V’s Traditionally Define Big Data Traditionally, big data describes data that’s too large for existing systems to process.  Over the past three years, experts and gurus in the space have added additional characteristics to define big data.   As big data enters the mainstream language, it’s time to revisit the definition. Volume. This […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on July 4, 2011