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Srinivasan Sundara Rajan

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Master Data Management (MDM) is a very important data governance aspect in enterprises whereby MDM enables the development of a "Single Version of Truth." MDM establishes Single Version of Truth by providing common descriptions for enterprise-wide entities. Need for MDM in Big Data Processing Before Big Data, enterprises generally managed their transaction data in traditional relational databases. One of the biggest strengths of relational databases is their ability to enforce constraints like check constraints, primary key, foreign key, etc., which ensure that the data captured is of the highest quality. In spite of such support for data integrity, enterprises had duplicates in their master data that resulted in inaccurate results in analytics on that data. For example, an enterprise may target an expensive advertisement campaign for a new product to its existing c... (more)

Cloud Native Applications | @CloudExpo #BigData #DataLake #Microservices

Cloud Native Applications As the cloud becomes more of the norm as part of enterprise computing, enterprises now have to deal with the issue of how to ensure that applications effectively use the attributes of cloud. There are monolithic applications from the previous era that are continuing to be migrated to the cloud using a lift and shift approach. With minimal changes, they do benefit from certain attributes of cloud like availability and management, but there is also a new set of application architecture emerging, namely the ‘cloud native applications.' A cloud native appli... (more)

Top Five Cloud Databases

Cloud Storage is an important aspect  of a successful Cloud Migration.  Hence any migration of enterprise applications to Cloud  either Private or Public,  would require a stronger database platform in support. Again the database needs will differ according to the  Cloud  Service Model. SaaS In this service model Cloud Consumer may not worry about the underlying database as its implementation is  hidden, however the Cloud Provider needs to worry about the appropriate choice of Cloud Database to meet the agreed QoS  of the Software Service. Probably as a consumer of Google Gmail  ... (more)

Solr vs Azure Search

Microsoft Azure, a cloud platform, is rapidly expanding its scope to include newer enterprise class services. Some of the significant new additions are: Azure Search: Azure Search Service is a fully managed, cloud-based service that allows developers to build rich search applications using REST APIs. It includes full-text search scoped over your content, plus advanced search behaviors similar to those found in commercial web search engines, such as type-ahead, suggested queries based on near matches, and faceted navigation. Azure Machine Learning: Azure Machine Learning makes it p... (more)

Cloud Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF

Cloud Enablement: Bottom Up vs Top Down Like several other architectural enablements such as SOA,  cloud enablement also has multiple approaches. Bottoms Up Approach In this case you have your existing applications moved to a private or public cloud. As most applications would have been designed a while back, the application is not a truly cloud-enabled application. However, this approach will greatly benefit from Storage, Processor Virtualization and on-demand computing. This approach will be the starting point for most enterprises. Moving an application to the cloud and utilizin... (more)