Kognitio is a pioneer in the development of scale-out, in-memory software for big data analytics, providing an ultra-fast, high concurrency SQL layer that allows modern BI and visualization tools to maintain performance, even when the data volume is large and the user count is high.
Fastest SQL on Hadoop
Ultra-fast SQL for huge working sets in either Hadoop or your traditional data warehouse. Kognitio beats Impala, Hive 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 your standard SQL queries, so there’s nothing new to learn. 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 on Hadoop.
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.
Inmar develops technology and uses advanced data analytics to make…
A few weeks back one of my favourite analysts, Merv Adrian tweeted the following: ““Just move it to memory and it will speed up.” Not so fast (pun intended.) Serious engineering required – even for a KV store. ” I could not help but smile when I saw this. I’ve spent years telling anyone who would…
(Power by TFL Open Data, Contains OS data © Crown copyright and database rights 2016) In previous blog posts I’ve gone over ways to push data to S3 and connect to it via Kognitio external tables (link). I’ll be using that method on some bus data provided by Transport for London (TFL) and accelerating a…
The DataWorks Summit in San Jose was held on June 13-15, and this blog post summarises interesting talks at the event. Keynote section Sumeet Singh (Yahoo) Sumeet talked about Yahoo’s migration from MapReduce jobs to those running on Tez on the 39K+ nodes that they use for Hadoop processing with over 1M jobs per day….
The Strata Data Conference was held at the ExCeL in London this week. Sessions that were of interest to me included: What Kaggle has learned from almost a million data scientists (Anthony Goldbloom, Kaggle) This was part of the keynote on the first day. Kaggle is a platform for data science competitions, and have had…