Complex Event Processing and Carrier Hotel New York City – What do they have in common?

Complex Event Processing and Carrier Hotel New York City – What do they have in common?

This is the place of Carrier Hotel in Manhattan. This is the place where the internet fiber channel cables come out. And then the web is distributed to the other buildings. As you might imagine seconds count when it comes to high frequency trading. The question is “what if I was a few milliseconds infront of my competitor?” Could speed of data matter in such cases. Could a distance of few blocks create a significant…

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Transforming BI for Extreme DATA–Why is it relevant for Today? Why Today? IDC Business Intelligence Roadshow 2011

Transforming BI for Extreme DATA–Why is it relevant for Today? Why Today? IDC Business Intelligence Roadshow 2011

IDC Business Intelligence Roadshow 2011 View more presentations from ugur candan. In this presentation I tried to explain why big data or extreme data problems are so trendy. There is a specific reason for this. For those who attended the event I hope it is clear. For those who have not attended you need to walk over the presentation to have an idea.

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Scalability architecture: SMP and MPP

Scalability architecture: SMP and MPP

SMP stands for symmetric multi-processing, distribution of computingworkload across a cluster of linked computers. Each node may havemultiple, multi-core processors to further parallelize processing on thatnode. Nodes may have local disk storage and also share disk storage withother nodes. A database system that runs across nodes of an SMP clusteris termed “shared disk.” It uses locks to regulate concurrent access to thedatabase, although locking is typically not a bottle-neck for read-intensivedata-analysis applications.MPP stands for massively…

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