Quite a bit of attention is given to improving data management and analysis at the data scientist level. But I submit for your consideration today an often overlooked area that needs our utmost attention: the cogs and wedges in both data entry and action execution.
For 2015, 451 Research has an interesting list of havoc headed our way--the 6 Cs: Containers, convergence, cloud security, closets, crowd workers, and coexistence.
Kelton Research, at the behest of TeamQuest, a global IT service optimization provider, conducted a survey of over four hundred IT professionals in 10 countries in an effort to peg common data center issues and their frequency of occurrence. Here's what they found.
Like many institutions, Indiana University was frustrated with using Science DMZ to optimize large data transfers because although it has many security features, those same features significantly slow the transfers. SciPass, software now in beta, is IU's pass at finding a better, faster way to handle data transfers.
No doubt you heard President Obama urged the FCC to protect net neutrality this week. But the conversation in the capitol has degraded according to an eWeek report. While the President does not have...
The guide defines 20 big data/Hadoop terms.
Vendors are hard at work developing technologies that will help us make the leap to extreme data. Now Fujitsu announced it has achieved "unlimited scalability" with its Storage ETERNUS CD10000 architecture.
Splunk announced this week the general availability of Splunk Enterprise 6.2 and version 6.2 of Hunk: Splunk Analytics for Hadoop and NoSQL Data Stores. Hunk is also available through the Amazon Elastic MapReduce, or Amazon EMR, console, which is priced by the hour.
EMC officials say they wanted to find out "the true scale of the data drain caused by laptops, smartphones, USB drives, and hard drives carried by modern commuters in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, Berlin and Munich."
Here are a few of the product announcements made at Strata to give you an overview of the direction products and partnerships are now trending, or at least leaning.