March 27 at 12:00 noon ET
Panelists James Kobielus, analysts from Wikibon and SiliconANGLE, and IBM Champions Alex Philp, Cristian Molaro, Craig Mullins, Cuneyt Goksu and others will be tweeting about this topic. Join us to listen or contribute!
You don't need to be on twitter to "listen", but you do to contribute to the conversation. Here's what you do:
Go to tweetchat.com
Sign in with your twitter handle
Search on #bigdatamgmt
A new window will open that makes it easy for you to follow & contribute.
And you'll see the comments come flying. It is very fast paced. Here are a few questions that might give you an idea of what will be discussed in the tweetchat conversation:
Q1 What are the killer apps of in-memory technology?
Q2 What are the principal roles for in-memory technology in big-data infrastructures?
Q3 How does in-memory enable real-time speed-of-thought analytics?
Q4 How does in-memory support greater data-scientist productivity?
Q5 What are in-memory's applications in transactional computing?
Q6 How does in-memory support or supplement data warehousing?
Q7 What is the role of in-memory platforms in stream computing?
Q8 What are best practices for combining in-memory with SSD and rotating media?
Suggested reading list:
- In-Memory: The Lightning in the Big Data Bottle
- Is Your Database Ready for Big Data?
- Supercharging the data warehouse while keeping costs down IBM Informix Warehouse Accelerator (IWA) delivers superior performance for in-memory analytics processing
Also check out this Technology Preview.
See the results of our March 13 Tweetchat about Mobile Data:
and the February 27 Tweetchat about Big Data & Governance:
Upcoming events to mark on your calendar:
Before March 25 - Tell us your most important big data issues in a fun with with IBM’s Smart Sixteen - Big Data Style! See Big Data Bracketology for a description of the “Smart Sixteen” teams in the big data dance by the four regions.
April 30 - Big Data at the Speed of Business - Find out more about managing big data, join IBM for a free event.