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We have moved from the era where the technology was designed to support a specific business need, such as determining how many items were sold to how many customers, to a time when organizations have more data from more sources than ever before. 162 more words


Data Science with Apache Hadoop: Predicting Airline Delays

With the rapid adoption of Apache Hadoop, enterprises use machine learning as a key technology to extract tangible business value from their massive data assets. 105 more words

Business Intelligence

Microsoft plays nice with Docker while Azure takes a hit

Although many tech enthusiasts may still be reeling from last week’s wave of Amazon-related cloud announcements, this week showed that Amazon isn’t the only company making big cloud news. 701 more words

Call for Papers - Big Data Track - European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2015


European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2015
Track on Big Data


May 25-29, 2015
Münster, Germany


ECIS 2015 pursues the theme “The Networked Society” to reflect that information systems affect every aspect of our society. 647 more words

What the Hortonworks IPO could mean for the future of big data

Enterprise Hadoop vendor Hortonworks recently filed for an initial public offering. It could change the game in the coming months for big data and Hadoop. 50 more words

Business Intelligence

Non-Geeks Want to Know: Will Hadoop Mess Up My Data Warehouse Ecosystem?

Hadoop recently turned eight years old, but it was only 3-4 years ago that Hadoop really started gaining traction. It had many of us “older” BI/DW folks scratching our heads wondering what Hadoop was up to and if our tried-and-true enterprise data warehouse (EDW) ecosystems were in jeopardy. 116 more words

St. Louis Days of .NET 2014

My notes from the 2014 edition of St. Louis Days of .NET.  I was only able to attend the first day of the conference this year. 823 more words

Software Development