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Big Data is Dead!

Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio; a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy; he hath borne me on his back a thousand times; and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is! 1,492 more words

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Data Warehousing and Sources of Truth: Rarely Pure, Never Simple

1.       To begin at the beginning

“A thing is not necessarily true because a man dies for it.”

Oscar Wilde

For well over two decades one of the most talked about benefits of Enterprise Data Warehousing (EDW) has been that it gives us a single source of business truth. 2,649 more words

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Teradata dives further into Hadoop with RainStor acquisition

Data warehouse vendor Teradata has made its fourth acquisition of the year, announcing on Wednesday it has bought data-archiving specialist RainStor for an undisclosed amount. 225 more words

Why companies using data warehouses excel in the market

Today, companies make use of business intelligence for decision-making and devising their next business goals. A data warehouse plays an important role in the successful working of business intelligence. 290 more words

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What is ODS (Operational Data Store) and how it differs from Data Warehouse (DW)

I see lot of people discussing about ODS, and citing their own definitions and ideas about it. Some people also use the name as a synonym for a… 273 more words

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The ‘Adjacent Possible’ of Big Data: What Evolution Teaches About Insights Generation

Originally published on WIRED

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Stuart Kauffman in 2002 introduced the the “adjacent possible” theory. This theory proposes that biological systems are able to morph into more complex systems by making incremental, relatively less energy consuming changes in their make up. 915 more words

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