Originally posted on Red Hat Storage:
Sometimes it pays to go back to the basics and ask the fundamental questions, such as, what, exactly, is Big Data?
In this latest Storage Tutorial, Brian Chang, Red Hat and Syed Rasheed, JBoss Middleware Solutions Marketing Manager, look at these basic questions. Some of which are easy to answer, such as our approach to Big Data, namely that databases, warehouses, as well as data from social media and mobile devices are a source for ongoing discovery and insight. And some of which are much trickier to answer, such as when did Small Data become Big Data?
Come listen to this friendly chat and get an easy introduction to Big Data and its invaluable place – and use – in any organization.
Amazon Web Services’ growth unrelenting | Netcraft – Mozilla Firefox http://ow.ly/lxPjL nice to see the growth, but the focus on the different services offered is a pretty good roundup as well.
In anticipation of worldwide Open Access Week, the Harvard Open Access Project is pleased to release version 1.0 of a guide to good practices for university open-access policies.
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http://ow.ly/7ndem Jared Smith’s address to the Pune FudCon 2011. Jared is a great community leader.
@johndtaylor glad you are busy up there. Stay dry.
FYI, if you groupinstall “Fedora eclipse” for the eclipse environment for working with python (and unit testing), you will have to uninstall eclipse-pydev and install eclipse-pydev.x86_64 #python #fedora 15