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Picking the Right Platform: Big Data or Traditional Warehouse?

Stephen Swoyer (tdwi) is summarizing Richard Winter’s research into the topic of cost-based efficiency of Hadoop vs data warehouses:

“Under what circumstances, in fact, does Hadoop save you a lot of money, and under what circumstances does a data warehouse save you a lot of money?”

The conversation happened at a Teradata event, so you might already guess some of the findings. Anyways without seeing the data it’s difficult to agree or disagree:

In fact, he argued that misusing Hadoop for some types of decision support workloads could cost up to 2.8x more than a data warehouse.

Original title and link: Picking the Right Platform: Big Data or Traditional Warehouse? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://tdwi.org/Articles/2013/12/17/Picking-Right-DW-Platform.aspx?Page=1&p=1