Databases & Database Management

All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Data fabric is a hot concept in data management today. By encompassing the data ecosystem your company already has in place, this architectural design pattern provides your staff with one reliable place to go for data. In this report, author Alice LaPlante shows CIOs, CDOs, and CAOs how data fabric enables their users to spend more time analyzing than wrangling data. The best way to thrive during this intense period of digital transformation is through data. But after roaring through 2019, progress on getting the most out of data investments has lost steam. Only 38% of companies now say they've created a data-driven organization. This report describes how a data fabric can help you reach the all-important goal of data democratization. Learn how data fabric handles data prep, data delivery, and serves as a data catalog Use data fabric to handle data variety, a top challenge for many organizations Learn how data fabric spans any environment to support data for users and use cases from any source Examine data fabric's capabilities including data and metadata management, data quality, integration, analytics, visualization, and governance Get five pieces of advice for getting started with data fabric
AuthorAlice LaPlante BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Data engineering has grown rapidly in the past decade, leaving many software engineers, data scientists, and analysts looking for a comprehensive view of this practice. With this practical book, you'll learn how to plan and build systems to serve the needs of your organization and customers by evaluating the best technologies available through the framework of the data engineering lifecycle.
AuthorJoe Reis Author 2Matt Housley
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Simulation and synthesis are core parts of the future of AI and machine learning. Consider: programmers, data scientists, and machine learning engineers can create the brain of a self-driving car without the car. Rather than use information from the real world, you can synthesize artificial data using simulations to train traditional machine learning models. That's just the beginning.
AuthorParis Buttfield Addison Author 2Mars Buttfield-Addison
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Apache Spark's speed, ease of use, sophisticated analytics, and multilanguage support makes practical knowledge of this cluster-computing framework a required skill for data engineers and data scientists. With this hands-on guide, anyone looking for an introduction to Spark will learn practical algorithms and examples using PySpark.
AuthorMahmoud Parsian BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Even as spending on digital transformation continues to skyrocket, mainframes nevertheless have major advantages for global enterprises. These systems still process huge amounts of information and allow for highly secure transactions. In this practical book, author Tom Taulli shows software developers how to pursue a hybrid approach by integrating traditional mainframes and applications with modern digital systems.
AuthorTomTaulli BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Many enterprises are investing in a next-generation data lake, hoping to democratize data at scale to provide business insights and ultimately make automated intelligent decisions. In this practical book, author Zhamak Dehghani reveals that, despite the time, money, and effort poured into them, data warehouses and data lakes fail when applied at the scale and speed of today's organizations. A distributed data mesh is a better choice.
AuthorZhamak Dehghani BindingPaperback
Level up with Tableau to build eye-catching, easy-to-interpret data visualizations. In this follow-up guide to Practical Tableau, author Ryan Sleeper takes you through a collection of unique tips and tutorials for using this popular software. Beginning to advanced Tableau users will learn how to go beyond Show Me to make better charts and learn dozens of tricks to improve both the author and user experience
AuthorRyan Sleeper BindingPaperback
Data is a fantastic raw resource for powering change in an organization, but all too often the people working in those organizations don't have the necessary skills to communicate with data effectively. With this practical book, subject matter experts will learn ways to develop strong, persuasive points when presenting data to different groups in their organizations.
AuthorCarl Allchin BindingPaperback
If you want to increase Tableau's value to your organization, this practical book has your back. Authors Ann Jackson and Luke Stanke guide data analysts through strategies for solving real-world analytics problems using Tableau. Starting with the basics and building toward advanced topics such as multidimensional analysis and user experience, you'll explore pragmatic and creative examples that you can apply to your own data.
AuthorAnn Jackson Author 2Luke Stanke
Whether you have some experience with Tableau software or are just getting started, this manual goes beyond the basics to help you build compelling, interactive data visualization applications. Author Ryan Sleeper, one of the world's most qualified Tableau consultants, complements his web posts and instructional videos with this guide to give you a firm understanding of how to use Tableau to find valuable insights in data.
AuthorRyan Sleeper BindingPaperback
Whether you're a beginner just learning how to create data visualizations or a Jedi who's already used Tableau for years, this cookbook has a recipe for everyone. Author Lorna Brown provides more than 100 practical recipes to enhance the way you build Tableau dashboards--and helps you understand your data through the power of Tableau Desktop's interactive data visualizations.  With this cookbook, Tableau beginners will learn hands-on how this unique self-serve tool works, while experienced users will find this book to be an ideal reference guide on how to employ specific techniques. It also links you to online resources and community features, such as Tableau Tip Tuesday and Workout Wednesday. By the time you reach the end, you'll be a competent user of Tableau Desktop. You'll learn how to: Build both basic and complex data visualizations with Tableau Desktop  Gain hands-on experience with Tableau's latest features, including set and parameter actions Create interactive dashboards to support business questions Improve your analytical skills to enhance the visualizations you've already created Learn data visualization skills and best practices to help you and your organization
AuthorLorna Brown BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Imagine what you could do if scalability wasn't a problem. With this hands-on guide, you’ll learn how the Cassandra database management system handles hundreds of terabytes of data while remaining highly available across multiple data centers. This third edition—updated for Cassandra 4.0—provides the technical details and practical examples you need to put this database to work in a production environment.
AuthorJeff Carpenter Author 2Eben Hewitt
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