Pentaho and Splunk offer a unified system that integrates data from a variety of platforms.
NIH is seeking input on analysis methods related to compressing, formatting, mapping and visualizing data.
The Energy DataBus uses the Apache Cassandra database, which lets it collect and analyze massive amounts of data for optimizing energy use.
Developed by the Air Force Research Lab, Citrix and Intel, the system puts feeds from multiple networks on the same screen but prevents any data from being moved from one place to another.
GCN honors projects, ranging from USDA's satellite-based anti-fraud program to the world's biggest public-sector hackathon, for excellence in IT innovation and performance.
The National Collaborative for Bio-Preparedness, which monitors a vast array of data from multiple sources using real-time analytics, is in the final stages of field testing.
Denver Water's IT Division spots trouble before it happens using Splunk's data collection and analysis capabilities.
The city gets the public on board with programs using smart meters and analytics to improve water and power use.
Some of the major cloud vendors offer a bulk import service that lets clients ship physical media to the data center where it can be uploaded, eliminating overly long data transfer times.
Cisco and NetApp introduce converged infrastructure technology designed to help organizations handle data-intensive workloads.
The new version of EIA's energy infrastructure map adds real-time feeds from NOAA’s National Hurricane Center.
With sensors and advanced analytics tied together within a cloud infrastructure, the city is looking to cut downtown power use by 10 to 25 percent.