The new analytic stack is all about management, transparency and users
As 2013 gains steam, the big data and analytics world is radically changing. Just these past few weeks, I’ve spent time with industry thought leaders including Mayank Bawa, Mike Olson and Scott Yara, talking about the emergence of a new analytics stack that displaces the current BI-ETL-EDW paradigm. This new stack fundamentally rethinks the data management, analytic transparency and user consumption elements into a more-cohesive platform that removes the enormous latencies and waste in how analytic software is designed and deployed today.
Hadoop has become the foundational underpinning of managing big data for organizations large and small. The amazing pace of innovation has only been accelerated with recent announcements concerning Greenplum Pivotal HD, Hortonworks Stinger and Cloudera Impala. The trajectory of these projects is crystal clear: the major Hadoop distribution providers are introducing real-time, interactive queries on top of Hadoop HDFS. This…
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