Cloudera acquires data science collaboration tool Sense

Big data software company Cloudera has acquired Sense, a startup that built a cloud service enabling multiple data scientists to collaborate and share self-service analytics reports, which their colleagues can then use anytime. Cloudera hasn’t issued a press release, but Sense did publish a little-noticed blog post about the news on Tuesday. “Cloudera is the clear leader when it comes to modern data management and analytics,” Sense founders Tristan Zajonc and Anand Patil wrote. “They share our vision for a world where data helps solve the world’s biggest problems. By joining Cloudera, we believe we can accelerate this task.” Two years ago, I included Sense in a roundup of data science collaboration tools that were emerging at the time. Others include Adatao, Domino Data Lab, and Yhat. Sense supports the…


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