Monthly Archives: February 2017

DISCOVER, MIGRATE & DEPLOY PRE-CONFIGURED BIG DATA BI & ADVANCED ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS IN MINUTES – AND PAY ONLY FOR WHAT YOU USE BY THE HOUR (Chapter 3.7 in “All AWS Data Analytics Services”)

3.7  DISCOVER, MIGRATE & DEPLOY PRE-CONFIGURED BIG DATA BI & ADVANCED ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS IN MINUTES – AND PAY ONLY FOR WHAT YOU USE BY THE HOUR Talking about AWS Marketplace is a passion of mine. I view it as AWS’ … Continue reading

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TRADITIONAL RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (Chapter 3.6 in “All AWS Data Analytics Services”)

3.6  TRADITIONAL RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS A relational database management system (RDBMS) is a database management system (DBMS) that is based on the relational model. In 1970, Edgar F. Codd, a British computer scientist with IBM, published “A Relational Model … Continue reading

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TRADITIONAL DATA WAREHOUSES (Chapter 3.5 in “All AWS Data Analytics Services”)

3.5  TRADITIONAL DATA WAREHOUSES A traditional data warehouse (DW or DWH), also known as an enterprise data warehouse (EDW), is a system used for reporting and data analysis, and is considered a core component of business intelligence. Online analytical processing … Continue reading

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CLOUD & DATA SECURITY (Chapter 3.4 of “All AWS Data Analytics Services”)

3.4  AWS CLOUD & DATA SECURITY AWS provides capabilities across all of your locations, your networks, software and business processes meeting the strictest security requirements that are continually audited for the broadest range of security certifications. Security at AWS is … Continue reading

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PROCESSING POWER (Chapter 3.3 of “All AWS Data Analytics”)

3.3  PROCESSING POWER When “big data” became “the norm”, it was so large it became difficult to process using traditional database & software techniques. It normally exceeds processing capabilities available on-premises. AWS has computational power that’s second to none. Amazon … Continue reading

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SCALING WORKLOADS (Chapter 3.2 of “All AWS Data Analytics Services”)

3.2  SCALING WORKLOADS Scalability is the capability of a system, network or process to handle a growing amount of work or application traffic. The goal of being scalable is to be able to be available to your customers as demand for … Continue reading

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OVERCOMING KEY CHALLENGES IN DATA ANALYTICS (Chapter 3.1 of “All AWS Data Analytics Services”)

3.1  CAPACITY GUESSING In the pre-cloud days, many different types of servers were located on-premises or in a data center. The servers were expensive, each software package that needed to run on each server needed very expensive licenses which had to be … Continue reading

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