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Java EE threads v/s Node.js – which is better for concurrent data processing operations

Posted by on Jun 9, 2013 in Big Data, Hadoop, Map Reduce, MongoDB, Solr | 0 comments

Java EE threads v/s Node.js – which is better for concurrent data processing operations

We have started using NodeJS a lot these days typically to handle data processing applications that involve a large number of concurrent requests, each of which involve one or more I/O operations. Why Nodejs? Why not Java? Java obviously has a much wider acceptance in the enterprise software community, while NodeJS is still to catch up. In fact this post was triggered by exactly such questions posed by the customer who belongs squarely to the enterprise software community. But before we can answer this question, we must understand what the...

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Evolution of big data at CERN – a short overview by Dr. Tim Smith

Posted by on May 4, 2013 in Affordable Technology, Big Data, Business Analytics & Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Hadoop, Information & knowledge management, Map Reduce, MongoDB, Solr | 0 comments

There is a mind-boggling amount of data floating around our society. Physicists at CERN have been pondering how to store and share their ever more massive data for decades – stimulating globalization of the internet along the way, whilst ‘solving’ their big data problem. Tim Smith plots CERN’s involvement with big data from fifty years ago to today. Dr. Tim Smith works in the CERN IT Department leading a group that provides services for the 10,000 strong CERN user community covering the domains of Audio Visual,...

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SMEs adopting SaaS apps on the Cloud powered by Big Data technologies

Posted by on Apr 25, 2013 in Affordable Technology, Big Data, Evolving Enterprises, Information & knowledge management | 0 comments

SMEs adopting SaaS apps on the Cloud powered by Big Data technologies

Rarely has a new generation of technologies started a sweep to replace the legacy technology as is happening in the software industry today. For nearly all types of enterprise software applications are now made available in the form of Software as a Service (SaaS) for a small ongoing fee and without any major upfront costs of infrastructure or licenses. Plus most of these applications are hosted on the cloud, and can be used from any location with just an Internet connection. Another major advance in technology is big data technologies. These...

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Radio Interview at Pittsburgh Technology Council

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Big Data, Business Analytics & Intelligence, Hadoop, Map Reduce, MongoDB | 0 comments

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Big data bringing Asimov’s Psychohistory from fiction to reality

Posted by on Mar 13, 2013 in Affordable Technology, Big Data, Business Analytics & Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Content Marketing, Conversation Management, Engagement Tracking, Hadoop, Information & knowledge management, Map Reduce, MongoDB, Solr, Web Content Strategy | 0 comments

Isaac Asimov, a science fiction writer and thinker introduced a concept called Psychohistory in his famous “Foundation” novel series. Psychohistory is the science of predicting the behavior of large groups of people using a statistical model of the psychology of groups using historical data. And for events in the future are primarily the outcome of the what people do, by predicting the behavior of people one can effectively predict the future! There are some logical requirements or assumptions that are the basis of Psychohistory:...

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Big Data application in the Dairy Industry

Posted by on May 5, 2012 in Big Data, Business Analytics & Intelligence | 0 comments

Data-driven predictions are responsible for a massive transformation of America’s dairy cows. While other industries are just catching on to this whole “big data” thing, the animal sciences — and dairy breeding in particular — have been using large amounts of data since long before VanRaden was calculating the outsized genetic impact of the most sought-after bulls with a pencil and paper in the 1980s.

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NimbleTV makes TV Everywhere a Reality – Economic Times

Posted by on Apr 24, 2012 in Big Data, Cloud Computing, Solr | 0 comments

Read the full article here on Economic Times Click to receive a case study of Nimble TV’s technology...

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NimbleTV Beta Released – a revolution in Television!

Posted by on Apr 23, 2012 in Agile Development, Big Data, Cloud Computing, Featured Slider, Solr | 0 comments

NimbleTV Beta Released – a revolution in Television!

Reach1to1 is very excited to participate in the development of a truly revolutionary product in online television. Nimble TV combines a whole host of technologies and smart UI design to bring a great user experience along with great performance!

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MongoDB Hadoop Connector

Posted by on Apr 22, 2012 in Big Data, Hadoop, Map Reduce, MongoDB | 0 comments

MongoDB Hadoop Connector

The recently announced MongoDB-Hadoop connector has a promising feature to be able to write MapReduce scripts in Python for MongoDB

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Big Data is Revolutionary!

Posted by on Apr 11, 2012 in Big Data, Business Analytics & Intelligence | 0 comments

Andrew Brust writes in the ZDnet Big Data Blog why he thinks Big Data technology is not “evolutionary” but “revolutionary”. Here is a quick excerpt of the key points: Big Data’s manifesto: don’t be afraid For the first time in the technology world, we’re thinking about how to collect more data and analyze it, instead of how to reduce data and archive what’s left A Big Data Definition Big Data is the area of tech concerned with procurement and analysis of very granular, event-driven data 2012 – Year of Big Data?...

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