I made it my mission to help users analyze and understand their data. I think fundamentally this is based on the democratization of data. In other words, users who are familiar with the data must be given the means to query and analyze it.
Any analyst should be able to easily access their data, regardless of their location. These same users must also be able to analyze their data and discover the actionable information it contains without calling on the rare elites of data scientists (“data scientists”) and IT developers.
Analyzing and understanding data is crucial, regardless of its volume, as it helps translate information into findings and decisions. This approach to analyzing and visualizing big data is of particular importance due to the very high costs of storing, preparing and querying this data.
Therefore, companies must take advantage of optimized data sources and rigorously apply best practices to enable its users to directly query this gigantic amount of data. Big Data has given rise to many innovations in recent years. The options available today are therefore varied and have different advantages.
Personally, I believe in supporting any Big Data platform that becomes important for users and helping them to interact in real time with their data.