Many of our larger enterprise customers use a cloud platform such as Microsoft Azure for their infrastructure needs. While MapD provides installation recipes for various flavors of Linux and Docker, we haven’t spent as much time focusing on installation on specific cloud platforms. Let’s change that with this post on installing MapD Community Edition on Microsoft Azure!
Learn why GPUs are the future for general purpose analytics.
Using MapD Immerse you can visually interact and analyze the Google Analytics session data to determine how people get to your website
Learn how Verizon leveraged MapD’s SQL engine and visual analytics platform to provide industry-leading network reliability.
We celebrated the launch of MapD Cloud by hosting our first MapD Office Hours
Today we are excited to launch MapD Cloud. Now, anyone can start benefiting from the power of MapD’s GPU-accelerated analytics platform.
Today’s launch of MapD Cloud includes two methods for importing data: transfering from an AWS S3 bucket, or uploading from a local text-delimited file.
With the help of Apache Arrow, an efficient data interchange is created between MapD, pygdf, and machine learning tools such as h2o.ai, PyTorch, and others. Explore the analytics of GPUs with the help of MapD and python tools, along with XGBoost.
Have you felt limited by the capabilities of Google Analytics standard user interface?
Our CEO, Todd Mostak, recently completed a European roadshow with Jim McHugh, NVIDIA Vice President and General Manager of AI Systems. They traveled to Munich, London and Paris to talk about the GPU-accelerated analytics ecosystem. It was a preview of what to expect at the GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley, March 26-29, 2018.