The video was recorded at the Hadoop User Group Italy meet-up, which took place in Milan (Italy) on May 19th, 2015. The event was supported by Cloudera, Engineering Group, SpagoBI Labs, University of Milan and SESAR Lab Computer Science Department. The event offered the opportunity for newcomers to learn about the leading open source solutions for Big Data analytics, as well as for experts to meet one of the main Hadoop Software Engineers. The agenda included a speech entitled “Friction-free ETL: Automating data transformation with Continue reading →
Engineering Group and SpagoBI supported the BDVA (Big Data Value Association) summit taking place in Madrid (Spain) on June 17-19, 2015. The agenda included one day of keynotes and two days of parallel working group sessions, focusing on opportunities and challenges offered by Big Data within the European community. SpagoBI participated in various working groups and had a stand in the exhibition area.
June 17-19, 2015 Engineering Group and SpagoBI support the BDVA (Big Data Value Association) summit taking place in Madrid (Spain) on June 17-19, 2015. Continue reading →
SpagoBI, which contributed to the foundation of the Hadoop User Group (HUG) Italy, supported the meet-up taking place at the University of Milan – Computer Science Department on May 19th, 2015, with the participation of Marcel Kornacker (Impala Tech lead). The event offered the opportunity for newcomers to learn about the leading open source solutions for Big Data analytics, as well as for experts to meet one of leading Hadoop Software Engineers. Read more
May 5-7, 2015 Engineering Group and SpagoBI attend the Strata+Hadoop World taking place in London, UK on May 5-7, 2015. Continue reading →
Engineering Group and SpagoBI sponsor the Hadoop Summit Europe 2015 in Brussels Rome (Italy), 15th April 2015 – Engineering Group participates in the Hadoop Summit Europe – leading conference for the Hadoop community that opens today in Brussels, Belgium – and presents its latest novelties for Big Data analytics, focusing on the open source SpagoBI suite. SpagoBI’s functional coverage ranges from traditional reporting and charting features to self-service analysis with data mash-up capabilities, which are fully applicable to Big Data scenarios dealing with large volumes Continue reading →