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25 Jun 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [64362]
Vol 232 Issues 1, 2; Vol 231 Issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 ; Vol 230 Issues 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Four Must-Have Skill Sets For SDDC Architecture
  • 12 'Best Practices' IT Should Avoid At All Costs
  • Six Steps To Achieve The Joys Of Serverless Architectures
  • The 13 Most Valuable IT Certifications Today
  • 3 Killer Cloud Skills That Will Get You Hired Today
  • Graphene Transistor Could Mean Computers That Are 1,000 Times Faster
  • Gartner Identifies The Top Technologies For Security In 2017
  • 9 Shell Tips Every Developer Should Know
  • Data Centre Industry Outlook - Key Trends For 2017
  • The Top 7 Linux IoT Projects

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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25 Jun 2017 Is Disaster Recovery A Good Data Lake Use Case? [64389]
Search Disaster Recovery, June 15th 2017

"Before wading into a data lake to help with protection, it's important to analyze what you're doing with your data and its backup and disaster recovery," notes Jim O'Reilly in Search Disaster Recovery.

"Data lake technology typically involves a single namespace with petabytes of storage. It may seem tempting to split off a section of the primary space and use it as backup storage and DR archiving, since this can be done without copying any data, which is always attractive, even more so with unstructured big data..."
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25 Jun 2017 Data Lake Vs Data Warehouse [64394]
Datamation, June 16th 2017

Andy Patrizio writes in Datamation, "The term 'Data Lake' has been growing in popularity as one of the big new buzzwords surrounding Big Data, and for those of you who have invested decades into building one or more data warehouses, you may be wondering if this means starting all over from scratch.

Well, nothing could be further from the truth. Data Lakes and Data Warehouses are two very different concepts that are quite capable of co-existing and working together quite effectively. Both are capable of providing business insight and information to run your business. You just need to learn the key differences and how their synergy works.

The only commonality between the two is that they are both data storage repositories. That's it..."
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23 Jun 2017 Not Doing Big Data In The Cloud? Better Get There [64410]
Information Week, June 23rd 2017

"Forrester Research says competitive advantage will follow big data analytics' move to the cloud; join in, or get left behind.

Failure to move your big data into the cloud may prove to be "an extinction level event" for companies that are on the verge of becoming digital dinosaurs, says Brian Hopkins, analyst with Forrester Research.

His June 15 report, 'Move Your Big Data Into The Public Cloud: You Won't Be Able To Keep Up With Customers If You Don't,' concludes that companies that wish to be competitive in 2020 need to make use of their big data analytics in the public cloud. He was assisted by Srividya Sridharan, John Rymer, Boris Evelson, Dave Bartoletti and Christian Austin. The report is not publicly available. The Forrester summary of it is here..."
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22 Jun 2017 Driving Innovation and Profitability with Modern Cloud Infrastructure in the New Digital Economy [64502]
By Claude Robinson

Claude blogs, "Companies are recognizing that getting real-time insights from their own data is key to building and maintaining their competitive advantage. Those insights enable companies to make better business decisions, and to quickly develop products and services that meet the changing needs of customers. In his recent blog post on 'Spreading the Wealth of Data Capitalism,' Paul Sonderegger, Oracle Big Data Strategist, noted that, 'getting the data you want into the shape you need for the task at hand, is an imperative for any company creating new digital products and services'..."
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