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How to Do a Big Data Project




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This how-to guide leverages Infochimps’ repeated success standing up Big Data platforms in enterprises and complex technical environments through 4 key steps. This part how-to/part working doc will walk you through the process, and empower your organization to achieve your defined business objectives with your Big Data project.

Sponsor: Infochimps

Choosing the Right Charting Component for Your Enterprise Product




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Today, your end users need real-time access to relevant information pertaining to their business, even when they are on the move. Your products need to process and visualize heaps of data in the form of charts, reports, and dashboards. What you need need is a charting component that not only provides the correct visualization for the data, but also builds an immersive experience for your end-user.

Sponsor: FusionCharts

HTML5 for Mobile Devices The Better Choice




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Exploring the different possibilities of developing mobile applications, why you should use HTML5, and how a LEADTOOLS SDK is the perfect solution for your multi-platform, zero footprint mobile application.

Sponsor: LeadTools

Why NoSQL




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Application needs have been changing dramatically, due in large part to three trends: growing numbers of users that applications must support (along with growing user expectations for how applications perform); growth in the volume and variety of data that developers must work with; and the rise of cloud computing, which relies on a distributed three-tier Internet architecture. NoSQL technology is rising rapidly among Internet companies and the enterprise because it offers data management capabilities that meet the needs of modern application.

Sponsor: Couchbase

Making the shift to NoSQL




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While the hype surrounding “NoSQL” (non-relational) database technology has become deafening, there is real substance beneath the often exaggerated claims. But like most things in life, the benefits come at a cost. Developers accustomed to data modeling and application development against relational database technology will need to approach things differently. This white paper highlights the differences between a relational database and a distributed document-oriented database, the implications for application development, and guidance that can ease the transition from relational to NoSQL database technology.

Sponsor: Couchbase


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