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If ETL Is Integration Hell, How Do I Avoid It And Go To Heaven?
  • August 22, 2019

If ETL Is Integration Hell, How Do I Avoid It and Go to Heaven?

Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) is the process that has been used to share data between applications, transactional systems, and data warehouses for decades.  It essentially works like this; you define an integration, pull the data out of the source system, use some mapping and aggregation rules to transform the data into the format…

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Should You Have Separate Document, Time-Series, NoSQL And SQL Databases Or Can A Single Database Support All Of These Data Types And Requirements?
  • July 31, 2019

Should You Have Separate Document, Time-Series, NoSQL and SQL Databases or Can a Single Database Support All of These Data Types and Requirements?

Managing and analyzing heterogeneous data is a challenge for most companies, which the oncoming wave of Edge Computing-generated datasets has only exacerbated. This challenge stems from a rather large “data-type mismatch” as well as how and where data has been incorporated into applications and business process. How did we arrive here? At one time,…

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Will Data Management In Operational Technology Finally Be Standardized?
  • July 11, 2019

Will Data Management in Operational Technology Finally Be Standardized?

The proliferation of Operational Technology (OT) within companies is increasing, which has led many to ask whether this will lead to standardization of how operational technology generated data is managed? The answer is “it’s complicated.” There is unlikely to be standardization of the data individual operational technology devices generate, but there will be new…

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Are You Collecting The Right Data Sources?
  • July 8, 2019

Are You Collecting the Right Data Sources?

Quantity as well as quality are so important to your data, but there is a third dimension to your data puzzle that is even more important – content. As your company evaluates new data sources and improvements to your existing data, ask yourself, “Are we collecting the right data?” Here are three tips to…

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Is Your Data Making A Difference?
  • May 21, 2019

Is Your Data Making a Difference?

For many years, companies have been accumulating large amounts of data with an intuitive feeling that it has value and would be put to good use to make more informed business decisions. As we transition into a new era where machine learning and artificial intelligence are enabling more robust analysis of a company’s data…

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Worried About SQLite Security Vulnerabilities?  Keep Calm And Stay Safe.
  • December 19, 2018

Worried about SQLite security vulnerabilities? Keep calm and stay safe.

Face the inevitable: Local persistent data at the Edge will happen It’s indisputable that Edge Intelligence will grow, whether that’s mobile applications running on Smartphones, IoT applications running in Smart Cars (or the underlying sensors), in the entertainment center, navigation systems, etc.  There will be countless mobile and IoT – taken as a whole,…

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  • October 18, 2018

Airplane Mode aka The Cloud Digital Divide

I recently took a last-minute trip from San Francisco to India.  The best fare in economy I could find was on a sixteen-hour Air India flight, direct to New Delhi.  I figured I’d get a lot of work done on the flight and, if not, at least I could catch-up on movie watching.  Turns…

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