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Understanding Big Data by Chris Eaton, et al.

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Understanding Big Data
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN/ASIN: 0071790535
ISBN-13: 9780071790536
Number of pages: 166

Description:
Big Data represents a new era in data exploration and utilization, and IBM is uniquely positioned to help clients navigate this transformation. This book reveals how IBM is leveraging open source Big Data technology, infused with IBM technologies, to deliver a robust, secure, highly available, enterprise-class Big Data platform.

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