Noodling on NoSQL: Thoughts on Multi-Structured Data Management
JAN 9, 2013 5:53pm ET

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Ahhhh, it is January and everyone has his or her list of predictions for the upcoming year. Since when one is in Rome … You should do as the Romans do … 

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Comments (2)
John, are you sure you went to college in the 80s and not the 60s? Say, in Berkley? Or maybe you spend a little time in Eugene, Oregon. A little anarchy in your heart maybe? Your penchant for no rules (prior blog) reveals your bent! :-)

Lorin

Posted by Lorin Y | Friday, January 11 2013 at 3:57PM ET
All so the business can scream out..."I Want to Rock [With Data]!"

Great points, and ultimately to create a flexible data platform.

Your point on data governance is spot on and I'd even extend it to change the capabilities we think about the govern our data (MDM, data quality, metadata management, etc) and leverage them as nimble, creating contextual services rather than creating business rule and definition repositories. With the unstructurization of data, not only do you have to consider creating a physical structured world, but one that is in context of use and value.

Michele

Posted by Michele G | Friday, January 11 2013 at 8:35PM ET
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