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.
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..