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Cloudera CEO Mike Olson on Hadoop's architecture and its data applications.
Hadoop gets a lot of buzz in database circles, but some folks are still hazy about what it is and how it works. In this interview, Cloudera CEO and Strata speaker Mike Olson discusses Hadoop's background and its current utility.
A look at what works in a census visualization.
In this first post in a new series on data visualization, Sébastien Pierre takes a close look at the New York Times' "Mapping America" interactive census map.
The founder of Drawn to Scale explains how his database platform does simple things quickly.
Bradford Stephens, founder of of Drawn to Scale, discusses big data systems that work in "user time."
Get your submission in for the Strata Conference Science Fair by January 14.
Strata's science fair will showcase the creative edges of big data. If you have an interesting tool or technology to show — the more beta, the better — let us know.
Data markets, real-time technology, and the race for developers
To conclude our Strata Gems series, we take a look at the important drivers for the data world in 2011: data markets, real-time data processing, and developers.
Get a feel for MapReduce without installing any software
The JSCouch project is a partial implementation of CouchDB in the browser, letting you experience CouchDB's storage and MapReduce queries without installing any software.
Get control over cloud resources
The cloud makes clusters easy, but for rapid prototyping purposes, bringing up clusters still involves quite a bit of effort. The Whirr project makes cloud control simple.
A simple app turns Android phones into intelligent agents.
Tomorrow's augmented reality is being built today on mobile devices. The Tasker app for Android puts the power of the phone's sensors and network into the hands of non-programmers.