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Tuesday - 12/4/2012, 10:28pm EST
Ganatra and Lee have worked with federal agencies in bringing together varying large data sets with different types of information.
Listen to the interview to see how they differentiate complex content from "big data."
Tons of federal IT professionals are looking at big data.
The traditional way to look at databases is to view them from a historical perspective - IBM originally came out with a hierarchical database.
Oracle improved this concept with a relational database with nicely defined schemas for structured data.
Well, what happens when the data is unstructured?
Rather than just associating unstructured data with big data, today's guests will take a look managing a wide range of content types.