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April 18, 2012

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Gunjan Kalra

Amazing deep dive into an understanding of Big Data of today and binding it by what it's not - Thanks - was very helpful in my understanding. Looking forward to more writeups on PbD - sounds very interseting - because current social media site are not - but honestly i too dont give a hoot but PbD might save me from something that i shud.

Doug Laney

Great interview with one of the industry's real luminaries. And good to see IBM and the rest of the industry finally adopting the "3V"s of big data over 11 years after Gartner first published them. For future reference, and a copy of the original article from 2001, see: http://blogs.gartner.com/doug-laney/deja-vvvue-others-claiming-gartners-volume-velocity-variety-construct-for-big-data/. --Doug Laney, VP Research, Gartner, @doug_laney

jayron

That engine is quite useful in this day. There's a lot of information to be optimized. Congratulations Mr. Jonas

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