To work in the software industry world it is often necessary to think radically, or “out of the box” in order to innovate, solve problems, or stay ahead of the competition. Today we start a series of interviews with some of the thinkers who are reshaping the software industry.
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basics of informatica
say: go back to basics, examine the use of the data, and try to find out WHY it's being stored, and IF it's being accessed/used—and if not, then again: dump it, clean it out... It's like getting rid of junk that has sat in the attic of your house for years... You have it, you have to manage it, it collects dust, but you never use it... so why is it there? Managing big data is all about due diligence, governance, and asking the question: how much money is it costing me to keep this around, and is that