Inside IT: Implementing Apache Hadoop Software at Intel

April 1st, 2014 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 72 – Intel recognizes the value a big data platform can bring to Business Intelligence. Organizations like Intel are rich in data, but that value can’t be realized until there’s a way to collect, sort, and analyze that data to extract meaningful business intelligence from it. And no one knows more about turning data into actionable intelligence than Chandu Yalla, BI and Big Data Engineering Manager at Intel. In this podcast, Yalla talks about how and when Intel IT decided to move forward with Hadoop, how it fits into the company’s overall BI strategy, and what use cases Hadoop is being put to work on.

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