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Don’t Let Data Die in The Dark

Click to learn more about author Todd Forsythe. Who doesn’t have a drawer full of items they might need at some point, but haven’t used in months or even years? We’re all familiar with unintentional hoarding of things that may have been useful at one point but end up collecting dust and taking up unnecessary […]

Creating a Competitive Advantage Through Data Privacy

Click to learn more about author Chris Mullaney. The importance of data privacy and securing personally identifiable information (PII) is at an all-time high. Cyber threats are evolving, data breaches are growing, and privacy regulations and certifications are consistently being rolled out. Having a strong security and data privacy infrastructure is no important to just […]

Rockset Releases Query Lambdas for Developers Building Real-Time Data Applications

A new press release states, “Rockset, the real-time database in the cloud, today announced the release of Query Lambdas, an industry-first capability that runs developers’ queries in response to events, enabling developers to build data applications faster than ever before. Modern real-time data applications — such as customer 360, inventory management, fraud detection and personalization […]

A Brief History of Data Quality

The term “Data Quality” focuses primarily on the level of accuracy possessed by the data, but also includes other qualities such as accessibility and usefulness. Some data isn’t accurate at all, which, in turn, promotes bad decision-making. Some organizations promote fact checking and Data Governance, and, as a consequence, make decisions that give them an […]

Hybrid Cloud vs. Multi-Cloud Architectures

The workloads (applications) running on an enterprise hybrid or multi-cloud network determine the architectural requirements. All cloud architectures share some common patterns, while the specifics of running workloads necessitate custom architectures. The architecture patterns are broadly of two types: “distributed-deployment” pattern and “redundant-deployment” pattern. In the former, an application runs in an environment best suited […]

The Psychology of Data Modeling

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. Data Modeling – For Whom? I am much concerned with the communicative aspects of a data model. Because data models are really vehicles of communication, we need to understand who our “readers” are. In the case of graph data models, developers are just a minority. Many more […]

Case Study: JTC Grows its Cloud Services Core through Trust and Teamwork

Trust, teamwork, and technology form the core of Jewell Technical Consulting, Inc. (JTC) and its partnership with Leaseweb USA, a leading hosting and cloud services company whose offerings include Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions. JTC, a company providing private cloud services to North Virginia and D.C. metro businesses, was originally utilizing another hosting facility 20 miles way […]

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