Category: Big Data

Business Analytics and Data Science – launch and decide career in data platform

TweetThe multitude of Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing is mature enough with necessary tools & technologies, based on this business users are well versed with requirements. However, the new age of data analysis turned into expansion of Analytics which has…

Hadoop – facts and myths

TweetWhen it comes to Big Data, Hadoop comes into picture – having an unique position within data platform in processing/managing multi-structured data for analytics and visualisations. Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing are key strategies to manage data platform, so as…

PaaS – get to know SQL data warehouse loading patterns and strategies

TweetPaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) is best chosen when majority of your business needs relies upon web, not having necessity of storing data on-premise. A popular choice within cloud computing services.Combing with Infrastructure as a Services that provides virtual machines and/or storage from…

What is Big Data – brief notes and technology players?

TweetData, data and data everywhere. Relational and Analytical data forms have been here for a very long time, now the new form of data has evolved which is Big Data. A natural evolution of data, more efficient ways to process…

DocumentDB – have a look at new possibilities from NoSQL JSON database

TweetWhen you are dealing with applications with query and transactions over schema-free database then you are not new about NoSQL way of dealing such development. Rather call it as non-relational way of dealing the database, Azure DocumentDB is a NoSQL…

Meet and greet your data with Power BI empowerment

TweetIn the current times data is most important arsenal for any company to analyse, mine and visualise required information without having a dependancy on external sources. Being a Data Analyst right software is always helpful to create visualisations and get…

U-SQL for your Big Data processing

TweetAs a Microsoft technology user you might have come across about TSQL, iSQL, OSQL and ANSI-SQL. Here is the new kid on the ranch, U-SQL. A new language with a power of SQL expressive(ness) and produce scalable distributed query capability to analyze…