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Big Data Benchmark Showdown: Talend Vs. Informatica

Talend has acknowledged Informatica's objections to a recent big data integration benchmark test. The company has issued an invitation to Informatica to participate in creating a new benchmark test. Will Informatica agree to the challenge?

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CostinM
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1/30/2016 | 12:20:53 PM
Blaze vs Spark
Based on Informatica's statements, Blaze is three times faster than Spark. The benchmark was based on a process generated in C++ (Blaze is based on C++) vs an in-house hand code developed by a Scala programmer.

Their conclusion was that Blaze is faster than Spark because C++ is faster than Java.

Personally, I wouldn't dare to share this benchmark to my customers.
JimC
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2/27/2016 | 3:17:54 PM
Benchmark Testing
Sherman, set the WABAC machine to 1980 so we can witness the battles among IBM's DFSORT, Computer Associates' CA-SORT and Whitlow Computer Systems' SyncSort. 
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