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Sportingbet Decides Against Hadoop to Analyse 60Tb of Data

Andrew Coates (enterprise integration architect at Sportingbet) for ComputerWorld about the solution used, Logscape, for analysing server logs:

“The way it works is that you have a Logscape server running on dedicated hardware. Then you have a little agent running on every single machine you want to monitor, which means when you run a query, it runs the query on every single machine that you have told it to run it on,” he said.

Possible more accurate titles: “Sportingbet decides it doesn’t need all Hadoop features for log processing” or “Using Logscape at Sportingbet for in-place log processing”.

Original title and link: Sportingbet Decides Against Hadoop to Analyse 60Tb of Data (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)