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Partnership with Hortonworks!

We are quite excited to announce that we have been chosen as the System integration / Consultant partner by Hortonworks and can’t wait to help customers with Hortonworks & Hadoop. Apache

Big Data Alternatives – MPP

With Big Data all the rage in the industry, people tend to naturally assume Hadoop as the only way to tackle the exploding data challenge. Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) databases

Many ways to Hadoop!

Companies setting off on their Big Data journey have a few alternatives to consider. This post explores the alternatives and what they offer to the users. This article discusses different alternatives

Cloud & Consumerization of Apps

Consumerization is one of the big words in IT these days. Technology trends have historically started first with businesses, only later expanding into the general consumer market. This was true

Cloud in transforming the business culture and strategy

With the convergence of mobile, social and analytic technologies, organizations simultaneously face their greatest challenge, and their greatest opportunities. And among the crowd of technologies, cloud computing is fundamentally changing the landscape

Partnership with Hortonworks!

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We are quite excited to announce that we have been chosen as the System integration / Consultant partner by Hortonworks and can’t wait to help customers with Hortonworks & Hadoop. Apache Hadoop has been a key enabling technology for Big Data implementations and Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) is a leader in this space. Read more

Big Data Alternatives – MPP

With Big Data all the rage in the industry, people tend to naturally assume Hadoop as the only way to tackle the exploding data challenge. Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) databases are a viable alternative that you may want to consider. Read more

Many ways to Hadoop!

Companies setting off on their Big Data journey have a few alternatives to consider. This post explores the alternatives and what they offer to the users. This article discusses different alternatives and recommends when to use which one.

There are three alternatives for how to use hadoop:

  • Core Hadoop Framework
  • Hadoop Distribution
  • Big-Data Suite

Let’s have a closer look at the alternatives and what they offer. Read more

Cloud & Consumerization of Apps

Consumerization is one of the big words in IT these days. Technology trends have historically started first with businesses, only later expanding into the general consumer market. This was true for everything from calculators and mobile phones all the way through personal computers, for mostly one reason: cost. The high cost of development of new technologies led to high price tags for them, which meant that only businesses could afford them at first. As the technology evolved and the prices dropped, it could then be delivered to consumers at a reasonable price. Read more

Cloud in transforming the business culture and strategy

With the convergence of mobile, social and analytic technologies, organizations simultaneously face their greatest challenge, and their greatest opportunities. And among the crowd of technologies, cloud computing is fundamentally changing the landscape of business and IT, and represents a transformation as profound as that created by our smart phones over the last handful of years. Read more

SaaS, PaaS or IaaS

When your business has made the decision to consider cloud services for your application or infrastructure deployment, it’s important that you grasp the fundamental differences between the core categories of cloud services available.

The cloud is a very broad concept, and it covers just about every possible sort of online service, but when businesses refer to cloud procurement, there are usually three models of cloud service under consideration, Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Each has its own intricacies and hybrid cloud models, but today we’re going to help you develop an understanding of the high-level differences between SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS. Read more