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Perspectives on Hadoop Part Two: Pausing Plans

by Merv Adrian  |  June 4, 2015

By Merv Adrian and Nick Heudecker In the first post in this series , I looked at the size of revenue streams for RDBMS software and maintenance/support and noted that they...

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Perspectives on Hadoop: Procurement, Plans, and Positioning

by Merv Adrian  |  June 1, 2015

I have the privilege of working for the world's leading information technology research and advisory company, covering information management with a strong focus for the past few years on an emerging...

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AAA is Not Enough Security in the Big Data Era

by Merv Adrian  |  January 13, 2014

Talk to security folks, especially network ones, and AAA will likely come up. It stands for authentication, authorization and accounting (sometimes audit). There are even protocols such as Radius (Remote...

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Data Not Included – The Era of the Data Collector

by John Rizzuto  |  March 27, 2013

It’s all because of connectivity, don’t ya know?  The “Internet of Things” is a simple concept - anything can be connected to the Internet.  Anything.  An embedded electronic gizmo, smaller...

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Hadoop and DI - A Platform Is Not A Solution

by Merv Adrian  |  February 10, 2013

"Hadoop people" and "RDBMS people" - including some DBAs who have contacted me recently -  clearly have different ideas about what Data Integration is. And both may  differ from what...

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2013 Data Resolution: Avoid Architectural Cul-de-Sacs

by Merv Adrian  |  December 27, 2012

I had an inquiry today from a client using packaged software for a business system that is built on a proprietary, non-relational datastore (in this case an object-oriented DBMS.) They have...

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Setting the Record Straight

by Andreas Bitterer  |  December 28, 2008

Caution: Long post, but lots to say... Not often, a vendor reacts with a blog posting to the publication of a Gartner document. Press releases, yes, and a lot, kinda...

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