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The biggest objections to introducing a new structured storage technology are usually related to the experience with the technology within the organization or “single source of record.” While the latter concern is indeed a problem when combining many types of NoSQL databases with an existing SQL database, it wouldn’t be a problem with Neo4j. Like most graph databases, Neo4j is transactional. As for the former consideration, that exists with any new or in this case different technology.
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If it is hard to integrate the predictive analytic models that result from your modeling solution into your software product you will spend time and money making your analytics actionable, time and money you could have spent elsewhere. A strong set of APIs, an awareness of how predictive analytics are being used in real-time and good integration tools are critical.
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Data discovery is one of the hottest segments of the technology and data tools industry. Despite this excitement, most data professionals don’t yet enjoy the full potential benefits. Among executives and practitioners, common complaints are that today’s standard data discovery tools are time-consuming to set up, limited in their applications or harder to use than expected.
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Microsoft is attempting to break down the barriers to business intelligence with Power BI for Office 365, which is designed to let companies gain new insights by tapping both structured and unstructured and internal and external data.
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