The true value and innovation in big data analytics comes from the ability to extract value from non-traditional data that does not necessarily fit cleanly into a relational model. This gives rise to a new approach for acquisition of data into an analytic repository using “NoETL” techniques whereby structure is not added to the data at load time – but rather at query time using a late binding style of data access.
Produced by Global Big Data Conference, a series of Big Data bootcamp events is scheduled for locations around the country. Here is a complete list for the rest of 2013: Seattle(Oct 18-20) New York (Oct 25-27) Chicago (Nov 1-3) Dallas( Nov 8-10) Washington D.C (Nov 15-17) Santa Clara, CA (Oct 11-13) : With Promotional Code […]
Hold on to your hats, because one of the biggest and baddest Big Data events is coming to New York City on October 28 – 30, 2013 – the Strata Conference + Hadoop World! This is one of Big Data’s events of the year, where thousands of the best minds in data gather to learn, […]
BigDataCamp is touted as the “unconference” for users of Hadoop and related Big Data technologies to exchange ideas in a loosely distributed format. At BigDataCamp, attendees are encouraged to share thoughts in several open discussions to promote the advancement of Big Data. Data scientists, developers, IT professionals, users and vendors are all encouraged to participate. […]
EVENT ALERT! The Big Data Innovation Summit is happening Sept. 12 and 13, 2013 in Boston. With a tagline “Driving business success & customer insight through Big Data innovation,” the show is one of a growing number of big data conferences around the world. This one is courtesy of UK-based Innovation Enterprise, which hosts many […]
Flavio Villanustre writes that convergence of HPC and Big Data applications is being driven by machine learning.