Kognitio’s high-speed processing means Inmar can offer more and more real-time queries through its customer portal, allowing them to offer very detailed targeting that otherwise wouldn’t be possible.
By running Kognitio’s SQL engine on your big data, you’ll get ultra-fast query results for thousands of concurrent users.
Fastest SQL on Hadoop
Ultra-fast SQL for huge working sets in either Hadoop or your traditional data warehouse. Kognitio beats Impala, Hive LLAP, Presto and Spark SQL.
Thousands of complex queries per second
Unrivalled throughput meaning you can serve answers to thousands of concurrent users throughout your business.
Real-world SQL, tuned for BI queries
Kognitio runs ANSI standard SQL queries. Whether the queries are hand-written or generated by your BI tool, Kognitio slots into your existing workflow.
Tableau with 9 petabytes in Hadoop
The world’s largest card provider serves business insight to enterprise customers globally with Kognitio.
Resilient, highly performant in-memory analytics
bet365 gets deeper insight at speed with Kognitio.
Real-time point of sale analysis at AIMIA
AIMIA uses Kognitio to help retailers and suppliers understand consumer behavior.
Kognitio Delivers for
Large Utility Provider, Scottish Power
Kognitio appliance powers Bed Bath & Beyond North American 1200…
Kognitio Powers Blueberry Wave’s Marketing Automation and Insight Services.
I was recently asked about running sentiment analysis over various forms of customer feedback. How can we help with scaling this over large sets of data? This is an area of analytics I haven’t done much work in before so a bit of research was in order – bring on the Amazon Review Data. I…
This blog post provides the details of how to load the data we created for Sharon Kirkham’s article that describes how she analysed the sentiment in the publicly available Amazon review data set. Mark Chopping has also explored the data from a more general perspective in his LinkedIn post. For the sentiment analysis we’ll be…
This post demonstrates a new feature in Kognitio’s upcoming 8.2.3 release where it can automatically filter on a partition column and eliminate partitions for a query with a filter on a “natural” dimension column, if the partition column value is derived from the dimension column.
Last month, the merger of Cloudera and Hortonworks signposted a new era in the data market. But what exactly does two of the fiercest data rivals joining forces indicate? Does the Hadoop market need to be a little less competitive to survive? Are Hadoop’s days numbered? Is there a bigger competitor to overcome? Certainly, the…