Tag Archives: data lake

7 Questions About Data Lakes and Hadoop, Answered by Dan Graham

August 30, 2016

We had a Q&A session with Dan about Data Lakes and Hadoop, to get the scoop on what he’ll present at Teradata PARTNERS Conference, and here’s what we discovered – 1. What is the biggest opportunity right now with a Data Lake and Hadoop? Answer: Data lakes are best at gathering data from dozens of… Read More »

Aster on Hadoop is Hadoop for Everyone!

October 19, 2015

One of the biggest announcements at Teradata Partners 2015 is that Aster will run on Hadoop. Many of our customers have already invested in a Hadoop data lake and want to do more than just store data. Storing data is helpful but not all that interesting. What if you could easily do advanced analytics without… Read More »

Hadoop Summit June 2015: 4 Takeaways

June 18, 2015

For those in data—the developers, architects, administrators and analysts who capture, distill and integrate complex information for their organizations—the Hadoop Summit is one of the most important events of the year. We get to talk, share and learn from each other about how we can make Hadoop key to the enterprise data architecture. The 2015… Read More »

Regulating Data Lake Temperature

June 15, 2015

By Mark Cusack, Chief Architect, Teradata RainStor One of the entertaining aspects of applying physical analogies to data technology is seeing how far you can push the analogy before it falls over or people get annoyed.  In terms of analogical liberties, I’d suggest that the data lake occupies the number one spot right now.  It’s… Read More »

Your Big Data Initiative may not Require Logical Modeling

May 12, 2015

By: Don Tonner Logical Modeling may not be required on your next big data initiative.  From experience, I know when building things from scratch that a model reduces development costs, improves quality, and gets me to market quicker.  So why would I say you may not require logical modeling? Most data modelers are employed in… Read More »