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Webinar - Big Data Analytics Architecture for Businesses

last modified Jan 16, 2018 09:50 AM
15 January 2018 - Big Data Analytics Architecture for Businesses - Open Source Perspective - Kerem Kayabay, Mert Golkalp, Mohamed Zaki

Kerem Kayabay presents the October Paper on 'Big Data Analytics Architecture for Businesses'. Organisations suffer from a comprehensive architecture to manage and monitor the development of existing and new open-source big-data tools that are constantly growing. To determine the shortcomings and strengths of developing a big-data architecture with open-source tools from technical and managerial perspectives, this study (1) investigates the available open-source big-data technologies to present a comprehensive picture (2) presents a systematic method to review available open-source big-data tools (3) proposes an open-source reference architecture for big-data analytics (4) using the proposed architecture, analyses 15 firms to give directions to businesses for defining a big-data analytics architecture with the open-source big-data tools.

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