The Future of Enterprise Analytics

Over the last couple weeks since the 2016 Hadoop Summit in San Jose, eSage Group has been discussing the future of big data and enterprise analytics.  Quick note – Data is data and data is produced by everything, thus big data is really no longer an important term. eSage Group is specifically focused on the... Continue Reading →

Saffron is more than just a spice!

Last night was the 8th eSage Group co-sponsored Seattle Scalability MeetUp hosted at WhitePages.com. There were about 130 people in attendance to hear about HBase and Saffron. Very cool stuff!! Here is the SlideShare. Summary: Nick Dimiduk from Hortonworks, the father of HBase, gave us a sneak peek at what's in store for the developer using... Continue Reading →

Tech Talk Thursday: Weighted Averaging with Apache Hive and SQL Server 2008 R2

By J’son Cannelos Partner/Principal Architect To Be Is To Do        -Shakespeare To Do Is To Be        - Voltaire DoBeDoBeDo           - Sinatra I recently had an interesting challenge with a client who wanted to see how long a particular group of users would watch an online video. Through a partnership with Video Content leader, Freewheel (http://www.freewheel.tv/),... Continue Reading →

Starting With Hive

By Raul Overa, Software Engineer So you have Big Data stored in Hadoop and want to make it accessible to Non-Java programmers?  Hives lets you access your data without the need to create Map Reduce jobs .  They let you access your data with SQL-like language and takes cares of translating it into Map Reduce... Continue Reading →

So, what is the deal with Hortonworks?

Last week, we posted an article on Microsoft integrating Hadoop tools into its products.  The partner they worked with is called HortonWorks.  So, what is the company named after an elephant in a Dr. Seuss book and why are they important to multi-channel integration?  Well, marketing channels produce ALOT of data BIG DATA as is... Continue Reading →

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