Data as a Product
Do we really manage our data as a product? What does that mean for customers? Is a data product really that different from a traditional product? And what can we learn from other more established industries about their products, and apply them back to our fledgling data product space?
Retrieving JSON data from a REST API in Excel with Power Query
When you have created your data API through RAW, it’s likely that you will want to show users the data in their favourite data analysis tool. Here we show how…
Make your data scientists happy
… by spending less time on data and more time on science. Alex Zerntev shows how to turn difficult data into accessible and actionable data quickly and reverse the common…
Data Disaggregation: a perspective
Is your data being pulled in many directions, to different locations and databases? This is called Data Gravity, and a challenge that needs architectural reconsideration. Read our perspective.
Embedded Analytics inside SaaS with RAW
Georges Lagardère shows how to use RAW’s flexible Query-as-a-Service capability to embed analytics from other data sources inside Salesforce (as an example)
Interrogating machine generated data for diagnostics
Cesar Matos shows us how RAW can give fast answers to a complex data problem where engineers need to investigate issues plaguing operational systems.
Calculation-as-a-Service: Value at Risk (VaR) within Financial Services
A worked example of using RAW Labs NoDB platform to perform large scale data intensive calculations, using “Value at Risk” from the Financial Services domain, by Jeremy Posner.
Using RQL to move data from relational database to noSQL document database
In this post Georges demonstrates bulk transfer and manipulation of data from a Postgres relational database to JSON document store Cloudant, using RAW Query language (RQL)
Discover last updated pages on a website
Georges Lagardère shows just how quick and easy it is to query sitemap files and find the most recently updated pages on any website, using our RAW Query Language.
Jeremy Posner explains what Query-as-a-Service (QaaS) offers and dives into some of the benefits from such a capability.