AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pervasive Software® Inc. (NASDAQ: PVSW), a global leader in cloud-based and on-premises data innovation, today announced that it will participate in the 6th KNIME Users Group Meeting and Workshop taking place March 6-8, 2013 at the Technopark in Zurich, Switzerland.
On March 6, Chief Technologist for Pervasive Big Data and Analytics Jim Falgout and Senior Director of Business Development and Strategy for Pervasive Big Data and Analytics David Inbar will present in a KNIME Partner Session from 15:00-15:30 CET. The presentation will demonstrate how the integration between KNIME and Pervasive DataRush™ delivers big data analytics for KNIME users everywhere, and how the combined product, Pervasive RushAnalytics™ for KNIME, dramatically shortens time-to-solution for big data, on both legacy systems and new Apache™ Hadoop® architectures. Falgout and Inbar will also share smart grid analytics, customer behavior and social media analytics use cases.
For more information on the 6th KNIME Users Group Meeting and Workshop, visit http://www.knime.com/ugm2013.
About Pervasive Software
Pervasive is a global data innovation leader, delivering software to manage, integrate and analyze data, in the cloud or on premises, throughout the entire data lifecycle. Pervasive products deliver value to tens of thousands of customers worldwide, often embedded within partners’ software, with breakthrough performance, flexibility, reliability and return on investment. For additional information, go to www.pervasive.com.
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