- by SethBreedlove, Data Doctor
- 10/7/2015 10:31:58 PM
If you like to look at the analytics on Indeed.com, Hadoop is one of the most the needed job skill here in the U.S. So I'm not surprised by its importance.
I'm just waiting for Star Trek type technology where you tell the computer what you need and it just knows what you want. That's when we have made it.
- by T Sweeney, Blogger
- 10/7/2015 12:18:14 PM
What comes up in a lot of Hadoop coverage is the persistent tension between a best-of-breed tool (often open source; usually not integrated or integrate-able into larger suites or management) versus a tool that does most (or some) of what the best-of-breed tool does and comes from a name vendor. Seems like users are still trying to get over that best-of-breed hump with Hadoop.
- by tomsg, Data Doctor
- 10/5/2015 5:40:58 PM
It is always a tough road to introduce a new technology to the enterprise. Things are conservative because of the high effort levels and the consequences of errors. I was surpirsed to see how low Hadoop adoption was, but the trend is really in the right direction. I guess I am impatient.