Tag Archives: NoSQL

From SQL to NoSQL to NewSQL

History of RDBMS Every time new technology emerged it’s evolution ended up in realisation as relational system (RDBMS). In other words, the business before adopting the stuff always demanded atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability (ACID). Advertisements

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Hadoop Data Processing: Battle For Speed

The idea behind Hadoop шs brilliant and revolutionary: invented an algorithm – MapReduce – allowing decomposition on it of all major data processing tasks (grouping, statistical, graph, etc). However it’s use of input files and lack of schema support prevented the performance improvements … Continue reading

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Data Lake Store vs Blob Storage

Why might company consider using Azure Data Lake Store over Azure Blob Storage? There are several options for data storage in Azure, each with a specific goal. In particular Data Lake Store is design specifically for Azure Data Lake Analytics. While Blob Storage can … Continue reading

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NoSQL and Data Diversity

Gartner states for 2016 as it stated for 2015: “Addressing the state of data quality and its business impact must remain a key priority for chief data officers and data and analytics leaders.” The question here is about cost of … Continue reading

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SHARK on SPARK – business capability increment or just another ICT extension?

The media provides generous buzz in regards to every particular emerging technology. No surprise the promising technology Spark contributes a lot to this stream. However it’s not always easy to separate out technical features descriptions and get pure understanding of how the technology can contribute … Continue reading

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