What’s new at Pentaho – Q2 2014 review

We are a very busy bunch at Pentaho. We are makers and doers, firmly focused on the future of analytics.

Sometimes it’s good to stop and reflect back on customer success stories, product developments and recent achievements. It is an exciting time for Pentaho with the first PentahoWorld worldwide users conference taking place in October, the recent release of Pentaho 5.1 and our users being recognized in national awards for the work they have done using Pentaho analytics.

Below is a summary of what’s new at Pentaho from Q2 2014: news, content, press mentions and blogs.

Press releases

  1. Pentaho Equips Companies to Easily Scale Big Data Operations, Regardless of IT Resources
  2. Introducing the Pentaho Excellence Awards
  3. Pentaho Data Science Pack Operationalizes Use of R and Weka
  4. Pentaho to Host First Worldwide Users’ Conference
  5. Bywaters’ Customers Save Money and Co2 with Pentaho Embedded Analytics
  6. Pentaho Business Analytics Certified on Cloudera 5 for Apache Hadoop in the Enterprise
  7. Head of IBM Analytics Product Strategy Joins Pentaho as Chief Product Officer

New Content added to Pentaho.com

eBooks

Pentaho Authored Whitepapers

Third Party Content

Recorded Webinars

Videos

Sound Clips

Press highlights

Pentaho 5.1 highlights

Data blending highlights

Blogs

Thought Leadership

  1. Dinosaurs Have Had Their Day
  2. Hadoop Summit 2014 – Big Data Keeps Getting Bigger
  3. Horses for courses
  4. Cloudera Stamp of Approval

Product or Campaign Focused

  1. Spark on Fire! Integrating Pentaho and Spark
  2. Introducing Pentaho 5.1 – Powering Big Data Analytics at Scale
  3. World Cup, Twitter sentiment and equity prices…any correlation?
  4. Good news, your data scientist just got a personal assistant
  5. I’ll Take Some Science with My Art

Company

  1. Recognizing and Rewarding Your Work: The Pentaho Excellence Awards
  2. Award time at Pentaho
  3. Why are WE excited about PentahoWorld?
  4. PentahoWorld 2014 – save the date
  5. Pentaho and MongoDB Rendezvous in SF

 

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