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Wetting Our Toes In The Big Data Sea

Wetting Our Toes In The Big Data Sea World population has reached 7 billion, and as of the middle of 2012, it is estimated that worldwide there are 2.4 billion Internet users, more than a third of the Earth’s population. As universal as the Internet has become, it is perhaps not a completely understood thing.

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A Hitchhikers Guide To The Cloud – Database Challenges To Consider

A Hitchhikers Guide To The Cloud – Database Challenges To Consider The cloud has turned traditional data management on its head. People still think they will be able to command endless resources while being able to deploy, run and consume a distributed data solution anywhere, anytime. But there are key database challenges when putting your

Gauging Your Organization’s Cloud Aptitude

Gauging Your Organization’s Cloud Aptitude Cloud computing: is it a cure-all for every technical vice that vexes how an organization manages its data? We at CloudTweaks obviously only answer this question in the affirmative. Though slightly marred by several wrinkles in its ease of use and trustworthiness, the cloud remains an indisputably worthwhile component of

Open Data Center Alliance Creates Data Services Workgroup To Accelerate Big Data

Open Data Center Alliance Creates Data Services Workgroup To Accelerate Big Data New members join Open Data Center Alliance to help enterprise IT use cutting edge database solutions PORTLAND, Ore., April 30, 2012 – Recognizing the challenge faced by IT in managing a forecasted 6.7 times growth of data within the enterprise over the next