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We’re investing heavily in open source technologies that align to crucial challenges developers, engineers, and enterprises face today. These projects serve as a runway for communities to adopt as common standards over time.
Open-source projects like Datafusion, Polars, and Velox are making it possible to develop query engines for use cases that were previously considered 'too niche' to build for. As the industry standardizes on Arrow for in-memory data representation, the challenge of how data is shared across these new platforms is solved.
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The Ibis project is the new front door for data analytics and machine learning. It fills a critical gap in data analytics. It’s all the plumbing required to connect to different data sources and maintain code.
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Enabling Production-Grade Pythonic Analytics with the Flexibility of pandas at Scale
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Ibis tackles massive datasets more efficiently than pandas. As a consistent Python API, it pares down large datasets before pulling what you need into memory. Learn more about how Ibis stacks up against pandas.+
No matter the engine you’re using to wrangle data, the Ibis syntax and concepts stay the same. Gain insight into how Ibis can increase code portability, and the performance gains you’ll get, with this 101.+
Ibis can solve technical debt and organizational issues that arise from maintaining a python-centric, SQL-heavy, memory-intensive analytics code base. Learn how its lightweight interface can be a boon for analytics teams.+
Learn how Ibis can give a single developer power over data movement and migration - all without having to understand how to manipulate the programming infrastructures of the data sources they need to connect to.+
Go in-depth: We take a Hacker News dataset from Google BigQuery and use Ibis to analyze the platform’s most common topics – without needing to pull the dataset’s 33 million rows into local memory.+
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We understand that working with open source tools can sometimes be difficult and challenging. From answering technical issues on GitHub to partnering on developing core system technology, we are here to help as little and as much as you require. Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions or needs you may have.