Oops! The input is malformed!
Originally published January 7, 2010
MapReduce and its companion technologies are not a replacement for an interactive analytical database system, but there are specific business processes/applications that benefit from using both in a collaborative manner, particularly where the results of a MapReduce application feed the types of comprehensive analysis and reporting provided by analytical database systems. Written by David Loshin, this paper is intended to consider both approaches, explore their similarities and differences, and demonstrate that a certain synergy can be achieved through a collaborative use of the two approaches.
You must be a member to view this content. Membership is free and gives you full access to all content across the Network. Login or sign up today.