Big Data: Store first, ask questions later

Last month, German service provider Deutsche Telekom embraced Big Data wholeheartedly, forging a collaboration with Apache Hadoop specialist integrator Cloudera, in order to deliver cloud-based, big data analytics as a service.

Hadoop, an Apache-developed open source software framework, is causing a stir by making compute and analytics processes on very large amounts of data, possible and even relatively simple.


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