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The need for a Discovery Platform

David Hudson on Teradata blog:

These discovery eco-systems need to support OLAP, statistical analysis, text analysis, and predictive modeling and analysis and should deliver pre-built analytic function libraries for processing to enable rapid and iterative data analysis and provides faster time to value.

You might be tempted to think that these requirements have been specifically formulated to fit the description of Teradata products. On the other hand, you might also consider that Teradata’s strategy is to fulfill these requirements. Whichever it is, I agree all these are needed.

Original title and link: The need for a Discovery Platform (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.teradata.com/anz/the-revolution-in-data-discovery/