Big Data News
There is a lot of activity and analysis in the Big Data space. We’re pulling together the most interesting things we see and sharing them with you.
Traditional databases from the likes of IBM, Microsoft and Oracle could be replaced by cheaper, higher-performing and "scale-out" systems. That is according to Splice Machine CEO Monte Zweben, who claims the startup's transactional SQL relational database management system (RDBMS) will make it "very Read More
MapR Technologies is looking to give enterprises a powerful new way to jumpstart their big data projects with a rich collection of ready-to-use resources from the best-known names in Hadoop. Third-party contributors to the gallery include a wide range of big data providers. Read More
Market researcher Wikibon calculates that the worldwide big data market hit $18.6 billion in 2013, of which $4.1 billion, or 22 percent, was software. No wonder new big data products seem to be hitting the market every day. And many of them are very cool. Here's 10 that particularly caught our attention Read More
It began as a nagging technical problem that needed solving. Now, it’s driving a market that’s expected to be worth $50.2 billion by 2020. There are countless open source projects with crazy names in the software world today, but the vast majority of them never make it onto enterprises’ collective Read More
After my meeting with Cooke, I then attended HBASECON in San Francisco, at which I found four or five examples of how HBASE is being used in creative ways that break new ground in both scalability, data management, commercial SQL replacement, and new types of analytics. Read More