One thing Hadoop isn’t great at right out of the box is data analytics, that’s where a company like Karmasphere comes in. Karmasphere provides business intelligence software that data analysts can use to use to mine the data that Hadoop sucks up.
Last week at Hadoop World I grabbed some time with Karamsphere’s Chairman and co-founder, Martin Hall to learn more about where he and his company play in the wild world of big data.
Some of the ground Martin covers
- Where does Karmasphere play in the big data stack, how is it used and by whom
- (0:38) Where did the idea for developing Karmasphere come from
- (1:58) What is the Karmasphere “secret sauce”
- (2:18) What are the main industries and use cases where their offerings are used
- (3:40) What can we look forward to in future releases
But wait, there’s more!
Stay tuned for more interviews from last week’s Hadoop world. On tap are: Mark Mims of Canonical, Todd Papaioannou from Battery Ventures, John Gray of Facebook, Erik Swan of Splunk and Nosh Petigara of 10gen/MongoDB.
- Karmasphere Secures $11M to Make Data Mineable
- Karmasphere’s Hadoop Tools Now Available Via Amazon Web Services
Pau for now..