Atom smasher claims Hadoop cloud migration victory • The Register

SeaMicro has come up with a scenario it can win. But it’s very specific, esoteric and niche to be a winning advertising campaign. Suffice it to say, if you need SeaMicro you probably already know it and have bought one by now. If you don’t, well most likely you are doing fine with what you already have. Intel Xeon versus Atom x64 you be the judge


From Big Data to NoSQL: The ReadWriteWeb Guide to Data Terminology (Part 1)

I don’t know if you have ever heard of Relational Databases or Structured Query Language. They became di rigeur after 1977 in most corporate data centers pushing more power into the hands of users instead of programmers. But that type of structured data can only carry you so far until you bump against its limits. In this age of Social Networking and data gathering on users, we are severely testing the limits of the last big thing in databases.