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Big Data 2014: Powering Up the Curve

Quentin Gallivan1:

  1. The big data ‘power curve’ in 2014 will be shaped by business users’ demand for data blending
  2. Big data needs to play well with others!
  3. You will see even more rapid innovation from the big data open source community
  4. You can’t prepare for tomorrow with yesterday’s tools

Just 4 truisms. Also data blending? Really?


  1. Quentin Gallivan: CEO Pentaho 

Original title and link: Big Data 2014: Powering Up the Curve (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.pentaho.com/2013/12/05/quentin-2014-big-data-predictions/


Big Data Top Ten predictions for 2014 by Jim Kaskade

I couldn’t start the new year without a final round of predictions. Not mines though.

Jim Kaskade:

  1. Consolidation of NoSQLs begins
  2. The Hadoop Clone wars end
  3. Open source business model is acknowledged by Wall Street
  4. Big Data and Cloud really means private cloud
  5. 2014 starts the era of analytic applications
  6. Search-based business intelligence tools will become the norm with Big Data
  7. Real-time in-memory analytics, complex event processing, and ETL combine
  8. Prescriptive analytics become more mainstream
  9. MDM will provide the dimensions for big data facts
  10. Security in Big Data won’t be a big issue

4.5 out of 10.

Original title and link: Big Data Top Ten predictions for 2014 by Jim Kaskade (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://bigdata.sys-con.com/node/2907127


14 predictions about analytics in 2014

Today’s dose of predictions for 2014 is coming from a panel with people from Alteryx, Cloudera, Tableau Software and Revolution Analytics:

  1. Analysts will matter more than data scientists
  2. R will replace legacy SAS solutions and go mainstream
  3. Big Data will bring its “A game” in sports marketing
  4. Hadoop moves from curiosity to critical
  5. Gartner’s prediction that the line-of-business will drive analytics spend will happen
  6. Visual analytics continues to grow but users need more
  7. Analysts lives get more complex, but also easier
  8. Predictive analytics will no longer be a specialist subject
  9. Customer analytics is the next big marketing role
  10. A new analytics stack will emerge
  11. Location meets big data analytics
  12. NoSQL meets analytics

Original title and link: 14 predictions about analytics in 2014 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)