There seems to be some confusion about the juxtaposition of data warehouse and Hadoop. In order to clear up the confusion it is necessary to step back and take a close look at what is going on.
Some believe that Hadoop and the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) will continue to coexist, side-by-side, solving different use cases. The peanut butter is over here, and the chocolate is over there.
In the beginning (circa 1965) were applications. Then there were online applications (circa 1975). Then data was shared between applications through extract programs. And the large corporate organization woke up one day with too much data on its hands.
Like all lifelong students of technology, I’m always looking for the break in the pattern, the needle that pops conventional wisdom, the surprise that opens new ways of thinking about the future.
Remember Richard Fuld?
Next month Fuld, a lightning rod for Wall Street criticism, will give his first major public speech since Lehman Brothers collapsed on his watch as CEO in September 2008. As we all remember, that event contributed to a surprise implosion in global markets, jobs and our 401K plans.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is made up of billions of devices that are collecting and transmitting data to support one of the fastest-growing areas in global business – Big Data. In fact, a recent IDC forecast shows that the Big Data technology and services market will grow to $41.5 billion through 2018 or about six times the growth rate of the overall information technology market.
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I’ve just returned from a short road trip to visit some of our European clients and I find myself reflecting on many of the IT-related business discussions I had. From banking to retail, they all had the same challenge - how can we make IT more effective?