Posts Tagged ‘ Hadoop ’

Will Scale-Out Architectures Kill Enterprise Storage?

March 12, 2014
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StorageNetworking

Google, VMware, Hadoop, and Nutanix have all voted at least in part for a scale-out architecture that does not rely on enterprise storage. VMware and Nutanix are important because they apply these concepts to traditional enterprise workloads. Hadoop represents the future of how data-intensive computing will be done.

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Microsoft Ends Preview Period for HDInsight

October 31, 2013
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CloudComputing

Microsoft is in the news in that they are finally ending their extended months-long preview period of HDInsight and rolling out the welcome mat for big data workloads in the Microsoft Windows Azure Cloud Computing Platform.

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Big Data Security

July 24, 2013
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CloudComputing

At the recent Misti Big Data Security conference many forms of securing big data were discussed from encrypting the entire big data pool to just encrypting the critical bits of data within the pool. On several of the talks there was general discussion on securing Hadoop as well as access to the pool of data.…

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Privacy in a Big Data World

July 1, 2013
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CloudComputing

As we look at privacy of big data within any cloud, on premise, or mixed, we need to realize that the amount of data could be so large that retroactively redacting data may be itself a big data problem and that redacting well defined PII is a possibility on ingest as well as using tools…

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Can you Pivot to Pivotal?

May 16, 2013
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Agile Cloud Development

At EMCworld 2013, one of the big stories was Pivotal and it's importance to the EMC2 family and the future of computing. Pivotal is geared to provide the next generation of computing. According to EMC2 have gone past the Client-Server style to a scale-out, scale-up, big data, fast data Internet of Things form of computing.…

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DataStax – Three Ways to access the same Big Data

April 24, 2013
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CloudComputing

We recently had a conversation with DataStax regarding their DataStax Enterprise product, which got us to thinking a little about the nature of Big Data and Cloud. DataStax is the company behind the Open Source Cassandra NoSQL database. It provides technical direction and the majority of committers to the Apache Cassandra project.

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