In simple words, we tell what Big Data is, where it is used, who and how works with it
"The term Big Data is more than ten years old, but there is still a lot of confusion around it.
We are available to talk about what 'Big Data' is, where it comes from and where it is used, who the data analysts are and what they do..."
If you're involved with big data in 2020, then it will be hard to avoid the cloud, which has become the de-facto standard platform for storing and processing vast amounts of data
"The cloud will change quickly this year, as cloud giants battle for supremacy. Successfully navigating these dynamics in the cloud could mean the difference between celebrating a big data victory and cleaning up a digital mess.
The modern cloud stack relies on Kubernetes for container orchestration. Expect progress to be made in getting big data and AI workloads enabled on Kubernetes this year, or what Haoyuan 'HY' Li, founder and CTO of Alluxio, calls 'Kubernetifying' the analytics stack..."
In this special guest feature, Anexinet Director of Advanced Analytics, Brian Atkiss, discusses how Big Data projects can fail for many reasons
"Big Data projects can fail for many reasons, including the project's inability to integrate with existing business processes, data security and/or governance challenges. Often a Big Data project will fail because an organization is looking to solve too many problems by using a broad Big-Data solution rather than identifying a few core-business cases that will ultimately provide the most value for the business..."
At CES 2020, Sleep Number debuted its latest smart beds, which feature climate-controlled technology that gathers data while you snooze
"TechRepublic's Karen Roby talked to Stacy Stusynski, vice president of product at Sleep Number, at CES 2020 about the Climate 360 smart bed and how the Internet of Things (IoT) and analytics can help you get a better night's sleep. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation..."
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