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Jim Harris illustrates how well constructed experiments can end "superstition" in operations. Further, he blogs that big data provides the science to disprove the superstition.
Derrick Harris reports that “Cloudera’s new search feature, based on the Apache Solr project, is the latest move by the company to expand the utility of its Hadoop distribution. It’s also far from th...
Brandon Butler writes, “The latest release of Apache Hadoop code includes a new workload management tool that backers of the project say will make it easier for developers to build applications for t...
Dion Hinchcliffe says, “… Instead of focusing on their differences and fighting for the same budgets, the CIO and CMO can come together at this critical juncture in the evolution of their business. T...
Paul Dunay writes, “The aggregation and use of big data are crucial to segmenting and targeting your individual customers with the appropriate experiences. It requires employing predictive behavioral...
This is a summary of interesting comments from Jeff Dean of Google on Deep Learning.
Yevgeniy Sverdlik writes an informative overview of Intel’s Hadoop distribution. Sverdlik writes, “The basic message is something like this: You can run it on any hardware, but it works best with Int...
Hadoop may be the ticket to the business advantages that big data offers, but you first have to get your data into it to get something out of it. Hadoop was created to store and process massive amoun...
The article points out that China’s government has signaled its intention to help domestic enterprises develop the infrastructure necessary to store and analyze big data, and leading Chinese firms, e...
This article outlines the benefits of big data and analytics technology to state and local governments. Eight benefits are discussed, including the elimination of waste, fraud and abuse.