We have just released the 2014 version of our Big Data Ecosystem, our industry-leading reference architecture that categorizes Big Data vendors, tools, and technologies to help you determine the Big Data solution that is right for you.
This year’s Ecosystem features a new Data Security category, which we added in response to increased questions about options available to secure and protect data. Sub-categories also have been added to the Hadoop and NoSQL Data Management categories for faster and more accurate differentiation.
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The four current biggest trends in IT are Social, Mobile, Cloud, and Big Data. In this post, I will discuss the intersection of Mobile and Big Data. Without going into too much detail, I’ll first review what Big Data is. The first aspect of Big Data is gathering and storing extreme volumes (often in petabytes) of data from databases, log files, social media, connected devices, external data marketplaces and internal systems. Data is “deep,” meaning it is transactional in nature and nothing is thrown away. Continue reading How Mobile Enables Big Data
2013 was arguably a banner year for Big Data, but the reality was that, beneath the hype, many organizations struggled to understand the value of Big Data. Now that 2014 is underway, more organizations are learning how to realize the potential of Big Data. Continue reading Four Big Data Trends to Watch in 2014
A number of people I have spoken to have a hard time differentiating between various solutions for traditional data warehousing and the upcoming big data solutions. At Knowledgent, we have a very simple way of looking at them.
Continue reading Data Warehouses, Analytic Databases and Hadoop – How are they different?
More organizations are turning to Hadoop for their Big Data analytics needs, specifically storing and processing large datasets. Hadoop and its collection of components – HDFS, MapReduce, Pig, Hive, Zookeeper, etc. – provide a platform to store a large quantity of data and batch process this data for analysis. Continue reading Top 10 questions for choosing the best SQL-on-Hadoop solution