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Caserta CEO Joe Caserta talks about the role of the Data Scientist, the Data Lake, Spark, Graph Analysis and more. Watch Joe’s interview, conducted by James Korbelius, IBM big data evangelist and Senior Program Director, at IBM’s recent Apache Spark Maker event in SF. Access the video on YouTube. For more information, please contact us.
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“Data lake governance may not be a sexy undertaking, but it’s become a critical component in modern data architecture, according to experts,” reports Nicole Laskowski, Senior News Writer at TeachTarget/Search CIO.  Read what Joe Caserta, CEO of Caserta Concepts, has to say about the role of the data lake and managing the ever-increasing influx of...
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“I think in 2016 we are going to see a big growth spurt for the big data paradigm…because we are starting to figure out a few things” says Caserta Concepts CEO Joe Caserta. Joe’s in-depth interview with DBT&A/Big Data Quarterly editor Joyce Wells ranges from thoughts on big data technology adoption to the cloud and important technologies...
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For Hadoop architecture, ‘a lot of maturity’ still needed Interview with Jack Vaughn at SearchDataManagement At the recent Strata+Hadoop World that took place at the Javits Convention Center in NYC, SearchDataManagment writer Jack Vaughan sought out Caserta Concepts president Joe Caserta for his experienced, expert analysis of the current state of Hadoop in the enterprise....
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Julie Langenkamp, Editorial Director of Information-Management.com, interviewed Caserta Concepts President, Joe Caserta about overcoming the initial challenges of big data. Joe Caserta is the founder of big data consulting company Caserta Concepts, which has worked with Liberty Mutual, Swiss Re and other large corporations. He believes that many organizations underestimate the complexities of moving from...
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Read the recent interview with Joe Caserta, CEO of Caserta Concepts and Justin Kern, Senior Editor at Information Management: The Enterprise Data Warehouse at a Crossroads. After a slow but substantial wave of adoption and maturity over the last two decades, data warehousing is facing a backlash from stunted initiatives and the outright call of its...
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