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yellowfin

Yellowfin 9: Our new developer platform

Seek, who is one of our customers, came to us with a laundry list of functionality that their developers wanted. Like many enterprises, they have their own developers who are asked to deliver a design for their UX team and they need and environment where they can do that. They didn’t want us to worry about the UI, they just wanted the ability to code what they wanted directly into the Yellowfin dashboard environment, so we created Yellowfin 9 Code Mode which is our developer platform.

cloudera

Building an Interactive Machine Learning Application with CML

What’s more fun than uncovering insightful trends and patterns buried in piles of data? Being able to easily share and explain them to colleagues and other business teams! New in the Cloudera Machine Learning (CML) 1.2 we’re excited to announce support for hosting persistent web based applications and dashboards using frameworks like Flask, Dash and Shiny to share analytics results and insights with business stakeholders.

Yellowfin 9: Our new developer platform

Seek, one of our customers, came to us with a laundry list of functionality that their developers wanted. Like many enterprises, they have their own developers who are asked to deliver a design for their UX team and they need and environment where they can do that. They didn’t want us to worry about the UI, they just wanted the ability to code what they wanted directly into the Yellowfin dashboard environment so this was the catalyst for Yellowfin 9, which is our developer platform.
talend

5 best practices to innovate at speed in the Cloud: Tip #4 Perform faster root cause analysis thanks to data lineage

Like any supply chain that aspires to be lean and frictionless, data chains need transparency and traceability. There is a need for automated data lineage to understand where data comes from, where does it go, how it is processed and who consumes it. There is also a need for whistle blowers for data quality or data protection and for impact analysis whenever change happens.

talend

Birds migrate. But why do data warehouses?

Well, let’s be specific here. Birds migrate either north or south. Data warehouses are only going in one direction. Up, to the cloud. It’s a common trend we’re seeing across every vertical and across every region. Companies are moving their existing data warehouses to cloud environments like Amazon Redshift. And more often than not –unlike their feather counterparts– ­once they migrate to the cloud, they never come back. But why? Simply put, it just makes sense.

qlik

The Qlik Sense November 2019 Release

With our last release of the year, we are happy to deliver several product enhancements that will set the stage for a successful new year ahead and close out on a host of exciting enhancements throughout 2019. The Qlik Sense November 2019 release introduces expanded cloud connectivity, SOC 2 Type 2 certification, new visualization capabilities, mobile offline support for Android, reporting improvements and more.