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Mapping MongoDB Nested Documents to SQL schema

May 26, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Big Data   Business Intelligence   Data Access   Data Analytics   Data Technologies   MongoDB   NoSQL   tagged as JSON   MongoDB   NoSQL   ODBC   virtual tables  

Different ways of mapping MongoDB’s nested documents to relational schema, allowing analysis via BI tools and SQL

New Case Study: How Concur Books It with SAP Lumira, Apache Spark, and Simba Connectivity

May 20, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Big Data   Business Intelligence   Data Access   Data Analytics   Data Visualizations   Hadoop   JDBC   Lumira   ODBC   SAP   Simba Technologies   Spark   tagged as Concur   JDBC   Lumira   ODBC   SAP   Simba Technologies   SQL  

Concur handles expense reports. A LOT of expense reports. Think billions. As the world’s leading provider of spend management solutions and services, Concur delivers scalable T&E services for millions of companies from small to F100. And that requires processing a LOT of data. Think trillions. For analytics at such a … Read More

Introducing the SimbaEngine SDK 9.5: Faster Performance, Easier Configuration, Enhanced Mac Support

May 12, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Big Data   Business Intelligence   Data Access   Data Analytics   Hadoop   JDBC   ODBC   OLAP   OLE DB for OLAP   Simba Technologies   SQL   tagged as C++   JDBC   ODBC   SimbaEngine   SQL  

I’m proud to announce the release of v9.5 of the SimbaEngine SDK. Today’s release showcases the SimbaEngine SDK 9.5’s accelerated performance, and new features include: C++ API for Bulk Data Fetch The SimbaEngine SDK now provides new C++ DSI functionality that allows data to be fetched in chunks instead of … Read More

Setting up Apache Spark on AWS

May 11, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Simba Technologies   Spark   tagged as Apache Spark   AWS  

Question How long will it take to sort 100TB of data? 100TB. Think about it for a minute. How many zeroes in 100TB? 15. This task was started by Dr Jim Gray (it’s now known as GraySort). Till late last year, the fastest open source framework that was able to … Read More

Connect-a-thon Demo: Couchbase and Informatica in the Connected Enterprise

May 11, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Couchbase  

Couchbase and Simba will be at Informatica World 2015 on May 11 to 15. Curious about Informatica connectivity to Couchbase? Want to see a live demo? Check out the keynote for the Cloud Innovation Track on Tuesday, May 12 10:45 am to 12:15 pm PST in room Castellana 2. Couchbase … Read More

Couchbase ODBC and JDBC Connectivity Solutions – Developer Previews now Available

April 22, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Couchbase  

For the past few months, Simba has been working with Couchbase, Inc. to jointly deliver ODBC and JDBC connectivity solutions for Couchbase Server. In conjunction with Couchbase’s Developer Preview release of Couchbase Server 4.0, we’re happy to announce that the Developer Preview versions of the connectivity solutions are now available for … Read More

New Webinar Recording — “Analytics at the Speed of Spark: How Concur Books It with SAP Lumira, Apache Spark, and Simba ODBC”

April 20, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Big Data   Business Intelligence   Data Analytics   Lumira   ODBC   SAP   Spark   tagged as Apache Spark   Concur   Lumira   ODBC   SAP   Spark  

Concur handles expense reports. A LOT of expense reports. Think billions. As the world’s leading provider of spend management solutions and services, Concur delivers scalable T&E services for millions of companies from small to F100. And that requires processing a LOT of data. Think trillions. For analytics at such a … Read More

Survey of the Smartwatch market

March 29, 2015 facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail by in Current Affairs   Data Technologies   Google   Web/Tech  

The past weekend was Europe’s transition to daylight savings time. The past three weeks is what I term the ‘funny spring times’ when North America and Europe’s timezone differences are ‘off’ because of the differences between when each continent enters DST. Trans-Atlantic conference calls are out of kilter based on which timezone the call was scheduled from. It’s also a good … Read More