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A retrospective of two years of Big Data with Andrew Brust

Andrew Brust on his way out from ZDNet to GigaOm Research:

As much as I chide the Hadoop world for having started out artificially siloed and aloof, it did the industry a great service: it took the mostly- ossified world of databases, data warehouses and BI and made it dynamic again.

Suddenly, the incumbent players had to respond, add value to their products, and innovate rapidly. It’s hard to imagine that having happened without Hadoop.

Original title and link: A retrospective of two years of Big Data with Andrew Brust (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.zdnet.com/big-data-in-conclusion-7000028550/#ftag=RSS33dcbf4