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Top Trends in Technology Architecture – 2013

Technology and change are almost synonymous. Even more so now, when the speed of change is significantly rapid in the past. No wonder, there are tectonic shifts happening in technology architecture itself. Here is my take on what are the most important trends in technology architecture. Data, Data, Big Data: The abundance of data, importantly enormous amounts of data will make handling, analysis and interpretation...

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...

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...

Technology Trends 2013 – Cloud, Mobile & Big Data

This article is a contribution by our guest author,  Srinivas Konduru, Enterprise Architect These days where ever I go, whether it is attending an Architecture conference or reading an online article, the discussion is about trends in Technologies that are important to focus for next couple of years.  I have seen most people talking at conceptual level and very few talked about the actual technologies (or software...

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