Video: Big Data Trends – Bill Inmon & Intellego

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Big Data Trends: Big Data is a technology that has helped manage the huge volume of information which are currently flooding enterprises. Sort the data adequately allows full potential and create value to that information.

The Appliances are a good choice for organizing huge amounts of information.
Meanwhile, Textual ETL is the best way to manage and exploit the textual information that is not structured.

Among the major benefits offered by Data Warehouse 2.0, specifically Data View 2.0 is the ability ...

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Evolution Of Business Intelligence

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There are three constants in life – death, taxes, and change. Change occurs in the form of evolution. Some evolutions occur at glacial speeds. The formation of the continents – the grating of tectonic plates that cause earthquakes and volcanic eruptions – are recognizable today, although at very slow speeds. Other evolutions occur much more quickly. The evolution of the automobile began at the turn of the 20th century and continues today. From the black, boxy model T to ...
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Textual Disambiguation

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Textual disambiguation is the process of taking raw text and determining the meaning of raw text by the context in which the raw text is written or otherwise exists.

There are two forms of textual disambiguation. In one form, raw text is examined a single word or phrase at a time. This type of single word or phrase textual disambiguation is common for Google and other dictionary based products.

The other form of textual disambiguation is the form of textual disambiguation ...

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Big Data or Data Warehouse? Turbocharge Your Porsche – Buy An Elephant

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Rarely do I discuss specific vendors. But in this case I make an exception because the cause of the article is so egregious.

I saw an ad (for which someone actually paid money). The ad said –

“CLOUDERA-BIG DATA

Turbocharge your data warehouse”

It’s a free world, and anyone can say anything they want, especially when they are paying for it. But the truth is – data warehouse is an architecture and Big Data is a technology. They are not the same thing ...

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Structured Data In Big Data

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Does Big Data contain structured data? You would think that this question is simple and straightforward. But it turns out this question is anything but straightforward.

Everyone knows that Big Data contains unstructured data. That is an essential part of the architecture of Big Data. But what happens to Big Data when you put structured data into Big Data? For example, suppose I put click stream data – tens of thousands of repetitive records of click stream data – into ...

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Managing Unstructured Data Class

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On May 20-22, 2013 the inaugural certification class for Managing Unstructured Data was held in Denver, Colorado. In addition to addressing how analytics can be done against the unstructured data found in Big Data, there were many highlights of the class. One highlight was that attendees could bring unstructured data from their own organization and process that data in front of the class, using tools and techniques found in the class. In using their own unstructured data, attendees turned ...
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Video: Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing

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Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing: In the past, organizations could not make good decisions because the information was not sorted. Data Warehouse allows companies to make the right decisions based on comprehensive and organized information.

Data Warehouse is the basis for the coupling of information. Later this information is used by Business Intelligence for analytical processes and display this information.

By implementing Data Warehouse companies get their Corporate Data, ie relevant cost information, customers or product lines. No Corporate Data managers ...

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