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Hadoop, Moh's Law and Corollaries

Robert Novak’s proposes Moh’s law and Rob’s corollaries to Hadoop and Big Data:

  1. Hadoop is hard.
  2. Make sure your’re measuring what you think you’re measuring.
  3. Make sure you’re measuring what you need to be measuring.

For the first, I’m somehow confident that Cloudera and Hortonworks and others will finally solve it over time. But for the latter you are the only responsible. Not even a SaaS can save you.

Original title and link: Hadoop, Moh’s Law and Corollaries (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: https://rsts11.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/mohs-law-and-big-data-rsts11/