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After having lived in China since May 2012, I’ve been fortunate to have met with the leaders of most multinational software companies, leaders of local firms as well as industry analysts. My inspiration for this blog is based on a conversation I had with a senior leader at a leading “cloud” provider. (more…)
Enterprises use Hadoop in data-science applications that improve operational efficiency, grow revenues or reduce risk. Many of these data-intensive applications use Hadoop for log analysis, data mining, machine learning or image processing.
Commercial, open source or internally developed data-science applications have to tackle a lot of semi-structured, unstructured or raw data. They benefit from Hadoop’s combination of storage and processing in each data node spread across a cluster of cost-effective commodity hardware. Hadoop’s lack of fixed-schema works particularly well for answering ad-hoc queries and exploratory “what if” scenarios.
So now you are interested in proposing Big Data projects, but are skeptical about getting business excited about yet another IT project? Somehow the business did not want to talk about data integration, data quality and master data management despite all the homework you did to propose a plan of action? Enter sentiment analysis. (more…)
Every day we posted a topic to which we solicited feedback from our followers and the results were amazing. We had a daily prize and then one grand prize at the end of seven days. We had approximately 100 responses from across the globe, as people participated in the discussions, mainly telling us what they wanted and expected from the Global Support team. Some of the topics we covered included suggestions and areas to improve around support, services and products. Here are the questions we asked: (more…)