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Posts for tag: hadoop

Tue, August, 2016 | Simon Moss

Pneuron Highlighted as Breakout Vendor by Forrester

We’re thrilled to have been highlighted as a “Breakout Vendor” in Forrester’s latest Big Data Integration Report. The report focuses on solutions capable of extracting business value from the enormous amounts of business data found in data lakes, databases, distributed applications, and beyond. “The problem with most data integration strategies is that they focus on…

Mon, October, 2014 | Simon Moss

Organizational Agility, Data Quality, Competitive Velocity – “Easier said than done”

Agility, Quality and Velocity – the three legs of effective business decision making. And three legs way over used and poorly defined. Alas they are often seen as either contradictory or at least requiring significant compromise when it comes to making critical decisions about how best to manage “Enterprise Data”. How that data is accessed,…

Sun, January, 2014 | Simon Moss

Getting on the Right Side of the Law(s): The Enterprise and the confluence of three laws of technology growth.

If Enterprise technologists don’t get a couple of decisions right over the next half decade, they risk being locked out of perhaps the most transformative period in the history of the digital economy. There are vested interests in the industry to retain the status quo – but we suggest you step back and consider a…

Mon, December, 2013 | Simon Moss

Data Location, Location, Location: HADOOP/YARN

Hadoop/YARN – a big step towards the Distributed Processing future. By Robin Bloor Let’s begin with this idea: moving the processing to the data is usually better than moving the data to the processing. The reasons are obvious but let’s state them anyway. Data is more volatile than processing. Programs change but not too frequently.…

Mon, July, 2013 | Simon Moss

Pneuron and Hadoop: Pointing to the elephant in the room.

As we continue to compare to traditional and current technologies to what Pneuron is doing we thought we would look at the momentum around Hadoop. Hadoop is really being pushed as a hot solution to a wide variety of enterprise data problems. Hadoop and MapReduce offer some exciting steps in distributed processing and volume management…