Monthly Archives: September 2016

Quick Split to Fix data silliness

We have a vendor sending us daily updates on shipping info. We have a well known and defined structure for each type of data and those types map neatly to tables in our database. We have about 9 tables that … Continue reading

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MapR is a better base?

I’ve heard about MapR for a long time and haven’t given it much consideration vs. OSS stacks. I reconsidering my position and conduction some evaluations. Why? MaprFS is a real POSIX File system that runs on Raw devices, not atop … Continue reading

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Ubuntu sucks and so does Debian

Full disclosure, I cut my teeth on Slackware and Redhat in the mid 90’s.  I even tried Yggdrasil once.  That being said… I fully fail to understand the allure of Ubuntu or it’s Mommy distro, Debian.  Yes I know Ubuntu … Continue reading

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