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New to Mobile Development and iOS Technology ?…Read on

This is a guest post by Venugopal Kotha, Mobile Architect. Tizen and Ubuntu are going to make their entry as mobile operating systems soon – maybe as soon as the end of this year. Android already is the numero uno mobile OS in terms of adoption and Windows 8 mobile is hot on its heels. Apple’s iOS looks like it has plenty to worry about when it comes to handling competition. Known for its innovation until a...

Need for Big Data

This is an article contributed by guest author, Sridhar Venkat, Data Architect For sure, Big Data will be buzzword in the area of data architecture and data management for the next decade. Need for the Big Data has risen because of the following: The traditional OLTP databases are losing steam with the increasing demand in capturing and using the huge volume of data. The delay in processing time to load the huge...

Applying Right Data Model Pattern

This is an article contributed by guest author, Suresh Yaram, Data Architect   All of us agree that structured data modeling approach will help in design, development and maintenance of database schemas effectively. However, it is important to apply a right data model pattern depending on the scenario and the nature of application for which the model is being developed. We have a few industry standard data...

Delivering Value – Essential skills of an Architect

This is an article contributed by guest author, Anirban Banerjee, Enterprise Data Architect (16+ years of IT experience), TOGAF 9 Certified Introduction Enterprise Architecture is a widely discussed topic in all kinds of organizations providing services and products to their customers. The goal of Enterprise Architecture is to identify commonality in processes, information, standards and infrastructure and then...

Big Data – How do we leverage it?

Traditionally, the OLTP systems processed transaction data in relational databases and OLAP systems provided analytics on data in multi-dimensional data stores. This is all fine when the amount (volume) of data is in the range of Terabytes, when the rate (velocity) at which data grows is linear and when the types of data (variety) to be dealt with is limited and structured.  By the way, Volume, Velocity and Variety...

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