Derived data

The management of data that is derived, augmented, enhanced, adjusted, or cooked — as opposed to just the raw stuff.

November 29, 2010

Data that is derived, augmented, enhanced, adjusted, or cooked

On this food-oriented weekend, I could easily go on long metaphorical flights about the distinction between “raw” and “cooked” data. I’ll spare you that part — reluctantly, given my fondness for fresh fruit, sushi, and steak tartare — but there’s no escaping the importance of derived/augmented/enhanced/cooked/adjusted data for analytic data processing. The five areas I have in mind are, loosely speaking:

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October 6, 2010

eBay followup — Greenplum out, Teradata > 10 petabytes, Hadoop has some value, and more

I chatted with Oliver Ratzesberger of eBay around a Stanford picnic table yesterday (the XLDB 4 conference is being held at Jacek Becla’s home base of SLAC, which used to stand for “Stanford Linear Accelerator Center”). Todd Walter of Teradata also sat in on the latter part of the conversation. Things I learned included:  Read more

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