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Big Data Debate: End Near For Data Warehousing?
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BrynnOfCourse
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BrynnOfCourse,
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1/23/2016 | 10:37:43 AM
Polyglot Persistence
Their will always be a need for both. SQL will be better at some things and NoSQL better at others. Use them both, just pick the correct one for the correct job. Thinking the data is going to change all of the time with little thought is a silly argument. With professional agile teams making development decisions, there is a good deal of planning and thought that goes into system changes whether the database requires it or not. I have created structured data in NoSQL and virtually non-structured data in relational databases (simply tagging back to the id). They both worked great. We will continue to see large advancements in both technologies as SQL works to scale horizontally better and NoSQL continues to develop better querying technologies. I predict that SQL and NoSQL will merge in the middle as these two technologies continue to work toward each other.
Mahender
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Mahender,
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4/12/2014 | 9:52:03 AM
Interesting debate
Interesting debate. Of course most discussed topic at C level...   It is true that big data has created a question on data warehouse solutions though it is for time being and  picture will clear soon.  The term "big data" will evolve slowly and from my perspective it will be categorized in two ways- In house big data and data available to all (example Social media). Not all the organization will be able to leverage big data as it is being projected now that it can transform business strategy making. CIOs will prefer to have their data warehouse separate till technology implementation challenges gets to some clarity. Enterprises will slowly commence big data technology in place and start leveraging it by use cases more relevant to them. 4-5 years down the line when their system will stabilize they will think that Hadoop can process data warehouse data also for their reporting needs or not. My personal opinion .. lets wait to see how it goes  .... <a href="http://etllabs.com/"> mahender   </a>


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