Monthly Archives: February 2013
I was watching an interesting “Leaders in Big Data” panel and one of the panelists, Charles Fan from VMWare, had a great name for Big Data (or what you do with it): Create Replicate Append Process Very fitting. If you are interested you can find the video here.
One of the first things you need to decide when building a new application or major feature is how you are going to store and process the data for it, which means picking the right database for the job. This is, of course, assuming you will need to store and retrieve data and your storage […]
Intel apparently is launching it’s own distribution of Hadoop as well as Project Rhino. Project Rhino is an “open-source effort to enhance security in Hadoop,” which makes Hadoop a more viable option for highly sensitive data. The Intel Hadoop distribution aims to optimize Hadoop for Intel Xenon platforms. I’m not convinced we need another distribution […]
Welcome to my new blog, Joe on Data. Hopefully the title of the blog is explanatory enough for what it is about. In it I will be writing about data; how to manage it, how to store it, how to process it, and what you can do with it. Data is everywhere and data is […]