Pierre DeBois

Scaling Up for Speedier Analytic Diagnostics

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Pierre DeBois   12/16/2012 12:39:04 AM
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Seth, these are great examples. Intel has had a particular interest in retail applications of its chips, where fast access to data is super critical.  I remember their support of HP for a display at a retail expo. The digital displays were meant to show effective usage of displays with Intel-powered chips.

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SethBreedlove   12/13/2012 11:10:49 PM
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I'm not sure either, but Intel and Redhat seem to think that their will be a growing market as they are making large cash investments in mongoDB. Cash Injections for MongoDB   Also mongoDB has now made itself available as an on demand subscription service. MongoDB Available via Cloud Subscription  Thus making itself available to more companies. 

 

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Pierre DeBois   12/13/2012 6:02:15 PM
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I haven't a huge clue, but I suspect we'll hear more examples similar to what Yottaa and Pingdom have experienced.  Foursquare has been one of the most well known mongoDB users, but I have not heard of any analytic development from them that relates to their database usage.  But the change will come as companies become more successful with analytics linked to an open source database.  The delay may be due to the strategic nature of usage and determining the usefuless of the results.

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BethSchultz   12/13/2012 12:36:29 PM
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Pierre, can you think of any examples of other web entities, like online retailers, are taking advantage of scalable data platforms to boost optimization and other site metrics? 

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