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Mythbuster: Hadoop Not Just Cheap Storage

Posted by Ashley Huang on Jun 17, 2016

In its early days, Hadoop was chosen because it was much cheaper to store large amount of data, compared to Enterprise Data Warehouse . However, Hadoop required users to have strong technical background to be able to query or do anything on Hadoop. Therefore, the assumption was that Hadoop was only good for data storage.

 Today, Hadoop is still the best option for inexpensive data storage. And the reality is as more technologies developed, Hadoop has become more and more user friendly too. In fact, the latest Big Data Maturity surveys indicate that in addition to the traditional data storage warehouse capability, a significant number of companies are using Hadoop for BI.

Companies like Yellow Pages are seeing sub-second BI query response time on Hadoop and have been able to drive increased Hadoop adoption across their organization. If driving Hadoop adoption has been a concern for you in the past, maybe you should reevaluate Hadoop for BI now. 

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Topics: Hadoop, Business Intelligence, Big Data, molap, olap, rolap

OLAP, MOLAP, ROLAP? Why Should BI Care? Which Should You Choose?

Posted by Ashley Huang on Jun 10, 2016

Since the 1980s, the world has been using OLAP technology to provide a business interface to analyze data stored in traditional ERP and CRM systems. As the demand for insights increased, MOLAP and ROLAP became key technologies.

With all of the different OLAP options out there, you may wonder which one can actually help you achieve your big data strategy. Which strategy is most suitable for your Hadoop environment?

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Topics: Hadoop, Business Intelligence, Big Data, molap, olap, rolap

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