Jun
2

Getting the Most from Your Data Lake

Posted on June 2, 2015 by Ron Bodkin

Enterprises are approaching big data with a heady mixture of anxiety and anticipation. On one hand, these initiatives promise to deliver new levels of flexibility and productivity to competitive business models, but on the other there is widespread concern over acquiring the appropriate skills to secure, govern, and manage big data systems on a daily…

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May
27

The HGST Approach to Big Data

Posted on May 27, 2015 by Paul Barsch

CIO Steve Phillpott lays out his company’s approach to big data analytics and the need to weave it into existing corporate culture At a recent conference entitled “Designing and Deploying Data and Analytics-Enabled Business Capabilities” held at Stanford University, HGST CIO Steve Phillpott outlined his recent experiences in building out a big data environment. And…

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May
14

Don’t Become a Data Lake Failure Statistic!

Posted on May 14, 2015 by Paul Barsch and Rick Stellwagen

Companies are adopting Apache™ Hadoop® and other open source big data technologies to build data lakes as they strive to take advantage of big and diverse data to enable smarter business decisions.   However, the simple installation of a Hadoop cluster does not constitute a data lake. In fact, without adopting practices of thinking big but…

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