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    Hadoop has become everyone's big data darling. But it can only do so much, and savvy businesses need to make sure it's a good fit for their needs.

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  • Hadoop: Gauging the total cost of data

    What does open-source Hadoop really cost? A look at total cost of data over the full life cycle helps dispel uncertainties about the data framework and reveal the answer, an expert says.

    Jack Vaughan3,050 pointsBadges:
  • EMC acquires DSSD for future server-side flash system

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    Dave Raffo4,375 pointsBadges:
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    ITKE344,995 pointsBadges:
  • I/O performance, storage infrastructure lead big data issues list

    ESG senior analyst Terri McClure looks at the latest big data issues relating to I/O, Hadoop and storage sprawl.

    TMcclure195 pointsBadges:
  • Vendors form strategic relationships with Hadoop distributions

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    sgroff430 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft SQL Server, PDW reach out to Hadoop for big data processing

    In this Q&A, Microsoft’s Mark Kromer discusses the company’s preview of SQL Server connectors for Hadoop and the shift to the Open Database Connectivity interface for data access.

    ITKE344,995 pointsBadges:
  • Hadoop data lake floated as primary info repository

    Hadoop vendors are pushing an approach that puts the distributed processing framework at the center of data management architectures. But some issues could sink the idea.

    Jack Vaughan3,050 pointsBadges:
  • Companies using Hadoop for analytics bring meaning to satellite data

    Companies are using Hadoop for analytics to uncover new meaning in satellite imagery and allow industries to gain new insights from geospatial data.

    EdBurns680 pointsBadges:

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