CIA Demolish Cloud Security Concerns: All Systems Go - CloudTweaks CIA Demolish Cloud Security Concerns: All Systems Go It’s been one of the last mountains to climb for cloud computing. With the technology’s steady implementation over the last few years, as it has exponentially grown in size and popularity, it seems that one by one each drawback or wide commercial concern has been unceremoniously knocked down.
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bigdata: All content tagged as bigdata in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence :: myNoSQL Ben Werther announcing the general availability of the Platfora BI: At Platfora, we made a bet that Hadoop’s destiny wasn’t simply to be a cheaper, slower cousin of the relational data warehouse. […] Hadoop is superb at two things — it provides a near-infinite data reservoir where data of all kinds can be landed without needing to figure out how it will be used ahead of time, and it is a slow lumbering freight-train of an engine for crunching and aggregating batches of millions or billions of rows. They are neither the first, nor the last to understand and bet on Hadoop.
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