Strata 2015 Post Mortem: Sparking expectations for Smart, Fast Applications

Tony BaerThis guest post comes courtesy of Tony Baer’s OnStrategies blog. Baer is a principal analyst covering Big Data at Ovum. A year ago, Turing award winner Dr. Michael Stonebraker made the point that, when you try managing more than a handful of data sets, manual approaches run out of gas and the machine must come in to help. He was referring to the task of cataloging data sets in the context of capabilities performed by his latest startup, Tamr. If your typical data warehouse or data mart involves three or four data sources, it’s possible for you to get your head around figuring the idiosyncrasies of each data set and how to integrate them for analytics. But push that number to dozens, if not hundreds or thousands of data…


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