September 18, 2017
Q&A with Bob Kemper, Executive VP of Engineering
1. Tell us what you do at Pentaho As Executive Vice President of Engineering at Pentaho, I’m responsible for the entire product delivery process. This includes everything associated with product development, such as coding, testing, and documentation. Additionally, I lead the technical and architectural direction to ensure we are keeping...
July 28, 2017
The Road to Reliable Predictive Analytics and The Top 10 Requirements That Bridge IT and The Business
In her latest contribution to Computer Business Review , Pentaho CMO Rosanne Saccone reflects on the book, “Do Lunch or Be Lunch,” by Harvard Business School faculty member Howard H. Stevenson. As she points out, while Stevenson’s book itself may be a bit dated, the ability to make accurate predictions...
March 14, 2017
Dawn of the Predictive Era
Computing is evolving. It's likely that the forces described by Moore's Law and Dennard Scaling will mean that many of the ideas that we’ve associated with technological advancement will change. It won’t be about faster, cheaper, and smaller computers in the year 2025; prediction and where we apply it will...
March 14, 2017
4 Steps to Machine Learning with Pentaho
The power of Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) for data access, blending and governance has been demonstrated and documented numerous times. However, perhaps less well known is how PDI as a platform, with all its data munging [1] power, is ideally suited to orchestrate and automate up to three stages of...
December 1, 2016
What Will Happen With Big Data in 2017? Prepare for the Unexpected!
No, my computer hasn’t been hacked. The honest truth is that I can’t predict with certainty what surprises 2017 will bring. This year the UK voted to leave the EU and America voted for Donald Trump despite nearly all pre-election polls predicting different outcomes. The reason these events surprised us...