Choosing a NoSQl Database – technology comparison matrix

This technology comparison matrix helps select the right NoSql database based on the data model and nature of queries required by your application Continue reading Choosing a NoSQl Database – technology comparison matrix

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World of Mathematics – interactive ebook – a piece of art!

The World of Mathematics is an interactive eBook available online and on mobile devices. Created by Philipp Legner, it is nothing short of a piece of art! A must-see for anyone interested in Mathematics – and more so for those who hate Mathematics

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A framework for categorizing and comparing cloud platforms – OpenStack, AWS, Heroku, CloudFoundry!

A framework that describes the various layers of cloud platform services starting from virtualized hardware up to end-user software applications

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

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

Evolution of big data at CERN – a short overview by Dr. Tim Smith Big data has been around for very long, but why do we suddenly keep hearing about it now? Tim Smith explains by plotting CERN’s big data evolution over 50 years Continue reading Evolution of big data at CERN – a short overview by Dr. Tim Smith

External link to My Radio Interview at Pittsburgh Technology Council

My Radio Interview at Pittsburgh Technology Council

My Radio Interview at Pittsburgh Technology Council During my visit to Pittsburgh at the Accion Labs head office, I was interviewed at Pittsburgh Technology Council by hostJonathan Kersting. Continue reading My Radio Interview at Pittsburgh Technology Council

Big Data application in the Dairy Industry

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. Continue reading Big Data application in the Dairy Industry