Too many solutions for BigData? Charlie Quinn doesn’t think so. He actually talks about too many homegrown solutions. That means a highly fragmented market which poses many problems—ranging from acquiring experienced people and up to reusing proven solutions—for the future of companies and organizations betting on BigData:
A lot of it’s been homegrown so far, which is a bit of an issue as you start to integrate with other organizations because everybody seems to have their own homegrown system. There’s an open source group in Seattle called Lab Key, which a lot of people have started to use. We’re taking another look at them to see if we might be able to use some of their technology to help us move forward in organizing the backend. A lot of this is so new. It’s hard to keep up with where we’re at and quite often, we’re outpacing it. It’s a question of homegrown and integrating with other applications as we can.
Original title and link: What Are the Tools You’re Using to Organize and Make Sense of All That Data? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)