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November 1, 2012 – Enterprise leaders in big data programs are beginning to differentiate themselves from competitors and slow adopters by matching advanced analytic plans with a blend of specialists and business demands, according to a presentation Thursday led by research firm Aberdeen Group.

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Comments (1)
Good article Justin. I think it is worth mentioning the HPCC Systems platform from Lexis Nexis, the open sourced offering that is a complete enterprise-ready solution. Designed by data scientists, it provides for a single architecture, a consistent data-centric programming language (ECL), and two data processing clusters. Their built-in analytics libraries for Machine Learning and BI integration provide a complete integrated solution from data ingestion and data processing to data delivery. This all in one platform means only one thing to support and from a significant lower number of resources. In contrast, the complexity of the Hadoop ecosystem requires a huge investment in technology and resources up front and throughout. More at http://hpccsystems.com
Posted by HAANA M | Friday, November 02 2012 at 3:43PM ET
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