Consistent databases and performant data warehouses are essential when working with big data. Data warehouse concurrency refers to a setup where many users can work simultaneously so that business intelligence can be performed in real-time and on a large scale. It's the cornerstone for good data quality, solid evaluation, and creating a user-friendly data platform. Concurrency … [Read more...] about Best Tools and Practices for Data Warehouse Concurrency
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Why Deep Learning is Useful in Medical Imaging?
One of the distinguishing characteristics of modern healthcare is the massive volumes of data generated by a range of interwoven operations. Medical images create the most data of all the several types of healthcare. And it's growing at an exponential rate as the instruments get better at acquiring data. Deep inside the data are significant insights on the patient's state, the … [Read more...] about Why Deep Learning is Useful in Medical Imaging?
How Big Data Is Impacting Big Enterprise
The universe of technologies and processes that most of us know as big data has transformed the enterprise since its advent earlier this century. Organizations large and small now rely on huge volumes of data to drive all manner of business decisions and support a diverse array of internal processes. They utilize increasingly intelligent analytics tools to make sense of this … [Read more...] about How Big Data Is Impacting Big Enterprise
Recover RAID Volumes in Windows Storage Spaces
Recover RAID Volumes in Windows Storage Spaces: Parity, Striping, Mirror, Composite What if your hardware RAID 5 is down (and it was built in Windows Storage Spaces on Windows Server 2019)? Have you reinstalled the operating system, and now one or several disks don't work, or the whole disk array is inaccessible? In today's article, we'll tell you how to get it back to normal … [Read more...] about Recover RAID Volumes in Windows Storage Spaces
Data Quality You’re Measuring It Wrong
This article was first posted on Towards Data Science. One of our customers recently posed this question: I would like to set up an OKR for ourselves [the data team] around data availability. I'd like to establish a single KPI that would summarize availability, freshness, quality. What's the best way to do this? I can't tell you how much joy this request brought me. As … [Read more...] about Data Quality You’re Measuring It Wrong