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Stan Mason's Blog – December 2011 Archive (4)

Big Data Retention for Structured and Unstructured Data

Caringo announced a partnership to provide a solution for retaining and accessing structured data in Caringo object storage software powered by CAStor. The combination allows users to store increasing volumes of structured and semi-structured data from databases, logs and other machine-generated data sources along with unstructured content such as audio, documents, e-mails, images, and videos in CAStor.

The combined solution provides a horizontal platform that enterprises…

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Added by Stan Mason on December 19, 2011 at 8:17am — No Comments

Big Data might just mean Big Traffic

Big Data, housed in new and disruptive technologies, is expected to account for more than 50 percent of the world’s data in the next five years, according to a a new study. While it offers huge and untapped value, the inevitable result is stress and strain on the world’s Interent infrastructure as companies seek to manage this explosion of information.

The new study, released jointly by Internet Research Group and Infineta Systems a provider of WAN optimization systems, examines how…

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Added by Stan Mason on December 14, 2011 at 7:35am — No Comments

Big Data Analytics - Visualization Tools

Jaspersoft announced a second-generation native connector to MongoDB, an open source database. 10gen, the company behind MongoDB, and Jaspersoft have teamed together to deliver an enhanced tool for companies to provide easier reporting, analytics, and visualization of Big Data. Jaspersoft is a sponsor of the upcoming MongoSV, to be held in Santa Clara CA today, December 9, 2011 and will be showcasing the combined solution there.

Building on the popularity of the first generation…

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Added by Stan Mason on December 9, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

Hadoop and Productivity Boosting

Zettaset today announced the release of Version 4 of its big data management solution, which offers several new service management features, including the industry's first NameNode Failover, as well as JobTracker Failover, Oozie Failover and a unique visual user interface (UI). Built on Hadoop and other high-volume, open-source technologies, Version 4 offers greater stability within Hadoop while providing a solution to manage big data that is more accessible to IT pros, yielding…

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Added by Stan Mason on December 6, 2011 at 10:41am — No Comments

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