Create a cloud-based trusted computing platform on Intel® processors for multi-tenancy and personal device use with software and hardware security.
Create a cloud-based trusted computing platform on Intel® processors for multi-tenancy and personal device use that meets regulatory compliance with end-to-end hardware and software security technologies.Full View >
Intel strategist Linda Feldt highlights five key findings from a 2013 peer research report on big data analytics.
Scalable Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family-based servers provide the performance needed to analyze massive amounts of data for real-time insight.
Alan Gates describes how the Apache Pig* programming language and execution framework makes it easy to create Apache MapReduce* applications.
Alan Gates describes how the Apache Pig* high-level data flow programming language and execution framework makes it easy to create Apache MapReduce applications. Part of the Intel® IT Center’s Apache Hadoop* Community Spotlight series.Full View >
SAP HANA* big data solutions with Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software help stadiums identify and solve customer complaints in real-time.
Discusses how the Powered by Intel® Cloud Technology program works to improve public cloud usage and trust by showing what is in cloud servers.
Explains the architecture evolution to scale-out storage for greater manageability, performance, and utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.
Explains the data center storage architecture evolution to scale-out storage, delivering manageability, more performance, and greater storage utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.Full View >
Big Data holds potential benefits for almost every business as structured data sets bring efficiencies through analysis
Big Data and Databases is discussed as structured and unstructured data sets. Big Data examples are given by two leading professionals with analytics and on how they are finding efficiencies for their own business and how it can apply to othersFull View >
Big Data is about applying proper business analytics, business tools and then business intelligence against the analytics
Analytics based upon data types, data volume and processing. Structured data and a sequel database versus unstructured data and a no sequel data base
There is a move away from a general purpose sequel data base to a much more specialized approach based upon data types, data volume and processing needs. Structured data and the sequel database versus unstructured data and the no sequel data baseFull View >