Big Data for Finance – Security and Regulatory Compliance Considerations

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This article is the fifth and last in an editorial series that has the goal to provide direction for enterprise thought leaders on ways of leveraging big data technologies in support of analytics proficiencies designed to work more independently and effectively in today’s climate of working to increase the value of corporate data assets.

The Current State of Hadoop – An Infographic

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For those trying to sort out the big data technology stack, in particular Apache Hadoop, here is a compelling new infographic “The Current State of Hadoop: A look at the rise of Hadoop in big data enterprise applications for 2014,” courtesy of Solix.

Doug Cutting Interview

In the presentation below, Hadoop luminary Doug Cutting gives us some of his perspectives on the big data industry as well as a high-level overview of the Hadoop technology stack.

In-Memory Computing Performance Benchmark

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This article is the fourth in an editorial series that will provide direction for enterprise thought leaders on ways of leveraging in-memory computing to analyze data faster, improve the quality of business decisions, and use the insight to increase customer satisfaction and sales performance. In last week’s article, we set the stage for in-memory computing technology in terms of […]

The Analytics Frontier of the Hadoop Eco-System

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“The Hadoop MapReduce framework grew out of an effort to make it easy to express and parallelize simple computations that were routinely performed at Google. It wasn’t long before libraries, like Apache Mahout, were developed to enable matrix factorization, clustering, regression, and other more complex analyses on Hadoop. Now, many of these libraries and their workloads are migrating to Apache Spark because it supports a wider class of applications than MapReduce and is more appropriate for iterative algorithms, interactive processing, and streaming applications.”

Salesforce Delivers Wave, the Salesforce Analytics Cloud

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Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), a leading CRM vendor, has announced Wave, the Salesforce Analytics Cloud. Wave is the first cloud analytics platform designed for every business user, making it easier than ever for anyone to explore data, uncover new insights and take action instantly from any device.

Why The Strata + Hadoop World Conference Matters

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In this special guest feature, Sundeep Sanghavi, explains why attending the upcoming Strata + Hadoop World Conference is important – Oct. 15-17, 2014 in NYC. Sundeep Sanghavi is the CEO and Co-Founder of DataRPM.

Adopting Big Data for Finance

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This article is the fourth in an editorial series that has the goal to provide direction for enterprise thought leaders on ways of leveraging big data technologies in support of analytics proficiencies designed to work more independently and effectively in today’s climate of working to increase the value of corporate data assets.

European Commission to Invest €2.5 Billion in Big Data

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“In this talk we summarize the results of the BIG project including analysis of foundational Big Data research technologies, technology and strategy roadmaps to enable business to understand the potential of Big Data technologies across different sectors, together with the necessary collaboration and dissemination infrastructure to link technology suppliers, integrators and leading user organizations.”

Performance Optimization of Hadoop Using InfiniBand RDMA

DK Panda

“The Hadoop framework has become the most popular open-source solution for Big Data processing. Traditionally, Hadoop communication calls are implemented over sockets and do not deliver best performance on modern clusters with high-performance interconnects. This talk will examine opportunities and challenges in optimizing performance of Hadoop with Remote DMA (RDMA) support, as available with InfiniBand, RoCE (RDMA over Converged Enhanced Ethernet) and other modern interconnects.”