The Internet of Things or IoT is basically a complex network that seamlessly connects people and things together through the Internet. Theoretically, anything that can be connected (smart watches, cars, homes, thermostats, vending machines, servers…) will be connected in the near future using sensors and RFID tags. This allows connected objects to continuously send data … Continue reading Big Data as Part of Internet of Things Solutions
Databases come in a variety of tastes, such as relational (e.g. Postgres, Oracle and MySQL), document-oriented (eg. MongoDB, CouchDB and SimpleDB), columnar (e.g. BigTable and HBase), key-value (e.g. MemcacheDB, Redis and Riak) XML (e.g. MarkLogic, BaseX and eXist) and graph (e.g. Neo4J, GraphDB and Giraph). All data stores support writing and retrieving data but with … Continue reading The Future is for NoSQL Data Storage model!
Hadoop is currently the most common single Big Data platform. However, still other techniques play a role in the scene. While there are proprietary distributions for Hadoop which are developed by giant Big Data companies, such commercial products rely heavily on open source projects. Hadoop ecosystem includes a set of tools that function near MapReduce … Continue reading Hadoop Ecosystem: an Integrated Environment for Big Data
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