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The New Data Architect Part 2

Hemant Patil, Chief Data Architect with Enterprise Blueprints shares his thoughts on how the role of the data architect is rapidly changing. Find out more at enterpriseblueprints.com

The New Data Architect Part 1

Hemant Patil, Chief Data Architect with Enterprise Blueprints shares his thoughts on how the role of the data architect is rapidly changing. Find out more at enterpriseblueprints.com

Architecting the ecosystem of Big Data to Actionable Insight

I have been asked to share my thoughts on Big Data and Information Architecture in an internal group of Chief Architects by Iasa Global.  As I gear up to deliver this session, I think about the critical need for an effective ecosystem where Big Data can enjoy a healthy existence - and the vital role

Fast Data – The Opportunity Created by Connecting Everything

By Peter Vescuso The world is becoming more connected and more interactive, driven by two mega trends: people increasingly connected via mobile devices and the physical world connected via the Internet of Things. Seventy percent of the global population have a mobile subscription (4.9 billion people, according to Ericsson(link is external)) – making connection to the

In-memory Database Sizing – Throw Out Conventional Wisdom

By John Piekos, VoltDB, Vice President, Engineering Sizing an in-memory database does not follow conventional database sizing rules. For traditional databases, you buy a decent server machine, likely one with many CPU cores and reasonable memory, and then focus on application IOPS (I/O Operations per Second). If you are really going to stress the database, you