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Thrive in the Modern Data Economy, also, means:

Data-driven industry verticals such as telcos, internet, banking, healthcare, insurance and more are facing a set of challenges related to their ability to extract value and business insights from their different type of data.
Most of organizations still don’t understand how to extract actionable value and business insights from their data. But recalls that, Data-driven decision-making is the pathway to competitive advantage in the modern data economy. 
Advanced big data and analytics technologies on can help you chart and master this way; overcome uncertainties and invest wisely in data technologies by focusing inter alia on: scalable, easy-to-use , seamless, comprehensive, flexible, end-to-end solutions that help organizations foster IT and business alignment, drive operational efficiency, and leverage the power of predictive analytics. 
Advanced and predictive analytics tools that help organizations tap into all data to predict future trends, ide…

Speed and scale in our data-driven age through a powerful open source NoSQL database.

Our data-driven age henceforth requires us to focus inter alia on: synchronous replication; immediate consistency; durability; zero downtime, automation and more.In this momentum, recalls that, Aerospike, as a streamlined open source NoSQL database can provide speed and scale you need for session storage, advertising profiles, recent financial transactions, caching and other fast key value uses. 
Multi-threaded and written in C, also recalls that, Aerospike is built with the goal to be extremely fast by leveraging SSDs for persistence and includes automatic scalability.

API Publishing and Consumption in our cloud and data-driven age.

Comprehensive supports, tools and paradigms are more and more required and their usability at the core of stakes when it comes to deliver streamlined experiences.In the API industry for example, the ability to translate between different API description languages makes API publication and consumption faster and easier by allowing API administrators to easily define and publish their APIs using the language of their choice.
For those who unfamiliar, recalls that, there are four primary description languages today based on evolving standards for describing APIs: RESTful API Modelling Language (RAML), Swagger, Web Application Description Language (WADL) and Web Service Description Language (WSDL). Each of these languages has its strengths and is best suited for one or more specific use-cases.
One can also recalls that, some of the languages focus on providing a precise technical definition of the API interface and messages while others are designed to deliver easily cons…