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The Real-Time Cure: Slow and Steady

The Big Data space is flooded with buzzwords, and “real-time” has become a staple adjective when touting the advantages of Big Data technologies. However, very few companies have successfully articulated the true economic value of ad-hoc data analysis. While the prospect of speed-of-thought analytics appears attractive, there are actually many indicators that speed sacrifices quality.

It can no longer be ignored: slow is the new fast.

A trend a missed, but it totally makes sense. At least today.

Original title and link: The Real-Time Cure: Slow and Steady (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)