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The 4 Stages to Big Data Nirvana (In the Cloud)

By | on 18, Jul 2019 |   consumption layer optionality

Nirvana - a state of perfect happiness; an ideal or idyllic place.  In big data “Nirvana” is a wishlist of items: The ability to scale your storage and computing power to your exact needs on demand Dr[...]

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Consumption Layers 101

By | on 12, Jul 2019 |   consumption layer optionality storage and compute separation

The typical big data infrastructure is a Frankenstein’s monster of legacy hardware, cloud connections, and storage environments. Data exists in different silos, in every location imaginable. This comp[...]

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"I Got Options" - The Power of Optionality in Enterprise Data Architectures

By | on 09, Jul 2019 |   consumption layer optionality storage and compute separation

  “I got, I got, I got, I got options” - Pitbull It’s the 1980s and computers are revolutionizing industries of all shapes and sizes.  A database company shows you the promise of relational database m[...]

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Your analysts don’t care where the data lives, neither should you

By | on 30, Apr 2019 |   optionality storage and compute separation

In today’s enterprise, data is arguably one of the most valuable assets. With advances in data analytics technology, enterprises can more easily convert enormous amounts of data into actionable busine[...]

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Data Lakes without Hadoop

By | on 14, May 2018 |   optionality data lake

It seems like migrating to the cloud has dominated the news and a lot of companies are shuttering their data centers and letting cloud providers handle it for them. Reasons such as elasticity, simplic[...]

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