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Big Analytics Roundup (November 9, 2015)

My roundup of the Spark Summit Europe is here.

Two important events this week:

  • H2O World starts today and runs through Wednesday at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View CA.  
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Apache Spark

Customer Experience Matrix: Teradata Plans to Sell Its $200 Million Marketing Application Business. Any Takers?

I’ve been told by unofficial but reliable sources that Teradata management has said it intends to keep the on-premise CIM business and sell everything else. So the question is who that buyer might be.

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New work. New role. New company. 

From Hewlett-Packard Company to Teradata Corpotation. Hoping for new skill sets/certifications to acquire. Meet new friends. Expand my network. And grow as an individual. This was my “best decision possible” to-date. 61 more words

Teradata Lays Another Egg

Teradata reports Q3 revenue of $606 million, down 3% in “constant” dollars, down 9% in actual dollars, the kind you can spend.  Product revenue, from selling software and boxes, declined… 566 more words

News Analysis

Pulling Data from Teradata to Hadoop with Apache Sqoop

If you have a Hadoop cluster, it’s rare that you don’t have some traditional row-column data you want to query. To do queries on that RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) data, you’ll want to pull that data from its system (perhaps a SQL Server, Oracle Database, or Teradata warehouse), and store it on Hadoop. 684 more words


Wine into Water: Ismāʿīlī Imamat's Guidance on Alcohol Consumption

Aga Khan, who claims to be a Muslim leader and a self-proclaimed direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), owns a chain of luxury 5-star hotels known as Serena Hotels (www.serenahotels.com) where alcohol is openly sold in the bars of these hotels. 875 more words

7. Aga Khan And Ismailism In The Media

A Story about Teradata, Advanced Architectures, and Distributed Applications

Here is a short story about distributed versus monolithic application design…

Around 1999 Dan Holle and I started thinking about how to better deploy applications that used distributed computing. 574 more words