The F1 Demo shown at NVIDIA GTC 2019 was built completely using open-source technologies. Read this blog to learn how StreamSets was used for data ingestion into OmniSci.
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The formal Big Data Bowl contest ended January 25, but with the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, I wanted to share how I loaded this data into OmniSci Cloud and some simple insights I found while playing with it. Follow along and you too will be exploring the NFL data in no time.
The latest release of OmniSci Cloud includes a much sought after feature - access to OmniSci's Apache Thrift API
We’ll show how MapD can work with IoT to visualize live data from sensors, which opens the door for endless applications.
Open source Extreme analytics on an open source container platform.
Ford GoBike has provided 1 million bike trips in the San Francisco Bay area. Senior Developer Advocate Randy Zwitch analyzes their ridership using MapD Cloud.
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!
Using MapD Immerse you can visually interact and analyze the Google Analytics session data to determine how people get to your website
We celebrated the launch of MapD Cloud by hosting our first MapD Office Hours
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.