Posts tagged ‘mongodb’

The Big Data Scientist Hunt

According to a survey of senior executives by Big Data consultancy NewVantage, Big Data is “top of mind for leading industry executives,” but these same executives struggle to find the right people to analyse their data. In fact, while 70% of those organisations surveyed plan to hire data scientists, 100 per cent of them said they find it at least “somewhat challenging” to hire competent data scientists (see image). Given the difficulty in finding qualified people to analyse data, it’s perhaps not surprising that only 0.5 per cent of enterprise data gets analysed, according to IDC. Ironically, more data might get analysed if enterprises would stop searching outside their organisations for talent. That’s right: most organisations already have people that […] Continue Reading

The Differences Between SQL And NoSQL Training

Why Switch? Making the decision to switch from traditional relational databases to NoSQL will depend on a few factors. The rise of Big Data will certainly play a role for many businesses, but there are many other reasons as well. There are certain scenarios where NoSQL provides advantages that would be hard to get from RDBMS. Some NoSQL deployment examples include building applications for content management and managing user data, to name a few. Companies looking for a scalable and affordable method of managing databases have begun to realize that non-relational NoSQL databases are the way to go. This isn’t necessarily to say that RDBMS are completely dead, because many companies still use them and may refuse to ever switch. […] Continue Reading

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