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A Spark for Analytics

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A couple of months ago, one of my partners sent me a link to an interesting blog post by Cloudera Board Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, Mike Olson. Olson's article had to do with the emergence of Apache Spark as the preferred analytics development platform for Hadoop.

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Comments (1)
Any steps taken to improve the speed of accurately turning data into insights should be a welcomed addition to this evolving landscape. According to a recent IDG SAS survey, only ten percent of respondents rate their organizations as highly capable of interpreting data into meaningful insights. The biggest takeaway is that the data field is still growing, maturing and evolving. People need to continue investing resources into its development. After all the potential is amazing.

Peter Fretty

Posted by Peter F | Wednesday, September 03 2014 at 3:28PM ET
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