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Big Data: The Current State of ETL into and on Hadoop

In my previous blog on this subject, I talked about the incredible innovations of Hadoop as a new analytics engine, and the innovations of Informatica in removing un-maintainable and complex hand-coding. In this blog I want to drill into the world of Informatica ETL and Hadoop in order to show why these two innovations are critical to augmenting traditional data processing approaches as companies begin to look at leveraging Big Data for new analytics. (more…)

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Big Data Innovation in Analytics (Hadoop) and Hand-coding (Informatica)

I recently had the pleasure of participating in a big data panel at the Pacific Crest investor’s conference (the replay available here.) I was joined on the panel by Hortonworks, MapR, Datastax and Microsoft. There is clearly a lot of interest in the world of big data and how the market is evolving. I came away from the panel with four fundamental thoughts: (more…)

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Dating With Data: Part 4 In Hadoop Series

eHarmony, an online dating service, uses Hadoop processing and the Hive data warehouse for analytics to match singles based on each individual’s “29 Dimensions® of Compatibility”, per a a June 2011 press release by eHarmony and one its suppliers, SeaMicro. According to eHarmony, an average of 542 eHarmony members marry daily in the United States. (more…)

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