Re: Too traditional? (from Shane O'Neill)
Thanks for the post. It's not a matter of Hadoop not being useful or traditiona tools being the only thing needed. Clearly some use cases require new approaches and technologies. Many successes have been seen and MANY more will come. Rather, the issue is that companies can benefit and are benefiting from thinking about data management more broadly than just what the definition of big data would have them do. I'm excited to see what organizations will do with structured, unstructured, new and traditional technologies as new data driven mindsets becomes the norm. Moreover, that mindset is important because it's less about the technology than the foundational approaches in companies that start at and are supported from the top.