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Opinionated Infrastructure Series: How Not to Define Big Data w/host James Governor

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Published on Sep 27, 2012

Opinionated Infrastructure Series: Episode Two - How Not to Define Big Data. Watch Industry Analyst & Host, James Governor (@monkchips) of Redmonk. In this episode James ponders questions like 'What do we do with all the data? How do we define Big Data? How does infrastructure need to evolve?'.

The views expressed by those in this video are their own opinions; they are not speaking on behalf of their companies of employment.

For more information, visit the following web sites:
http://ibm.com/puresystems
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    What is the role of standards in the cloud?

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    Should Hadoop developers have an engineering playground? (Anjul Bhambhri, IBM)

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    Should companies go back to a query language to drive value through hadoop?

  7. 7

    How do we extend Hadoop and what is the big data burger?

  8. 8

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  9. 9

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  10. 10

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  12. 12

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  13. 13

    Does Betfred understand when and why people will make online bets?

  14. 14

    What would be a interesting location based mobile app in five years?

  15. 15

    How do you think the world of analytics is going to change and how do you respond to that?

  16. 16

    Can we get PureSystems as a service? What are client's options?

  17. 17

    From an Expert Integrated Systems perspective do you support the landscape as it is?

  18. 18

    How is Big Data effecting the world of online gaming? And what is your architectural approach?

  19. 19

    Is Hadoop the answer to everyone's problem in handling data?

  20. 20

    Do you see over time growing a broader range of partners that you can narrow stacks across?

  21. 21

    Who is nailing the software from the appliance perspective?

  22. 22

    What is your approach to taking your technology to market? And what do your customer like to see?

  23. 23

    What does IBM think is different about Big Data and how is their approach to the market different?

  24. 24

    Why does Aginity care about Cloud and Big Data?

  25. 25

    What is Riak and what does it have to do with Big Data?

  26. 26

    What is Betfred and can you further explain your architecture?

  27. 27

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    #IBMPureChat Video Chat: Big Data, Analytics and Expert Integrated Systems

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    Opinionated Infrastructure Series: Anti Social "Appy" New Years

  30. 30

    Opinionated Infrastructure Series: New Year's Resolutions

  31. 31

    Opinionated Infrastructure Series: Google+ Hangout w/host James Governor of Redmonk

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    Opinionated Infrastructure: How to Scale Out: Learn from twitter w/James Governor

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    July 10 Opinionated Infrastructure Hangout: DevOps and Continuous Delivery leveraging Cloud

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    What organizations can we learn from in relation to DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and Cloud?

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    How do you work with customers? Do you use Chef and Puppet? (Robbie Minshall, IBM)

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    Will automation and DevOps come together in the future?

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    Is DevOps a tool and how will it change in the future? (Adam Jacob, Opscode)

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    How critical is integration and adoption within the IBM Portfolio? (Dan Berg, IBM)

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    Can you do DevOps without standards?

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    Where does ALM/Automation meet DevOps in the future?

  52. 52

    Continuous deployment for infrastructure the same for consumer services? (Adrian Cockcroft, Netflix)

  53. 53

    How do you help your customers make the change? (Dan Berg, IBM)

  54. 54

    What is the Opsode approach/do you do legacy? (Adam Jacob, Opscode)

  55. 55

    Who are you and what do you do?

  56. 56

    Do we need to radically simplify operations in order to do goodness that is being talked about?

  57. 57

    Do some companies just want to get their applications up and running in mobile?

  58. 58

    Do we have to continue to deliver consumer experiences, or just focus on the backend?

  59. 59

    Do we need to make responsive design based on analytics to the way consumers are using mobile?

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    How do you bring design into the mobile experience?

  61. 61

    Is there a direct way to make money via mobile and how can data be used?

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    What are the performance implications of the service structures we need in terms of scalability?

  64. 64

    What is MobileFirst?

  65. 65

    What is the five-year future of mobile?

  66. 66

    What is the opinion on a reactive and responsive environment?

  67. 67

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    IBMPureChat: What is the Balance between DevOps and PaaS?

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    IBMPureChat: How is DevOps evolving?

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