Data Digest: Keeping Your Data Lake Clean, Hit the Ground Running with IoT, and New IoT Standards
How to clean your data lake for the best analytics, understanding what you're getting into with IoT, and old rivals unite to set new IoT standards.
- By Quint Turner
- March 1, 2016
The data lake, like many things in life, puts out only what you put in. If you do not set a high level of standards for what goes in to your data lake or fail to prepare your data well, you will not be getting much out of a data lake. This article goes in-depth on "cleaning" your data lake for the best analytics results.
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The IoT is getting plenty of hype, and rightly so. Many enterprises see investment in the field as their next step, but how many of them know what they are getting into? This article covers how to make sure your enterprise will hit the ground running when it picks up the IoT.
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The IoT is still extremely young. Some standardization is necessary for it so everything can talk to each other. That is why two former-rival IoT standard-setters have come together to form the OCF (Open Connectivity Foundation) in the pursuit of making IoT standards consistent across the board.
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Quint Turner is an editorial intern at TDWI and an undergraduate English student at Skidmore College. Follow his blog at pungry.com.