DeveloperWorks big data and analytics editor, Barb Wetmore, brings you a summary of the latest how-to technical content for developers. This month includes enabling Watson to use sensor data, using the BLU Acceleration service in the Codename: BlueMix cloud platform, detecting and tracking the
IBM’s recent addition of big data and analytic services into Bluemix will empower today’s application developer with an unmatched pool of resources. It will drastically reduce the time and cost for developers to get an analytical application off the ground and open new doors for immediate trial.
Do you know how many olives it takes to make that tablespoon of olive oil you just doused on your lunch salad? It takes a big pile of olives. More than 50.
Now, guess how much data it takes to grasp an accurate picture of market trends, emerging markets or potential security breaches; how much do
Quick. Name one difference between data and big data. It’s bigger, of course, and it comes in faster, in more shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s hard to sort the trustworthy from the noise. For a big data developer, the trick is to find tools and technologies that can be applied to traditional
It takes a big village to keep up with big data. At IBM developerWorks, we are fortunate to have a growing team of experts and thought leaders who contribute content on the latest technology, the current thinking, and the reasoned perspective of those working in the field. We’ve selected 10 “Can’t
We’ve got a new zone on developerWorks, dedicated to big data and to architects and developers looking to build analytics applications to derive insight from that data. It turns out developerWorks was already covering big data to some extent, just not in a classic developerWorks “zone” format. And