Live demo event: Parallelize your R analysis big data and use FREE open source NOSQL as a potential market database cluster

(Last Updated On: September 17, 2012)
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Live demo event: Parallelize your R analysis big data and use FREE open source NOSQL as a  potential market database cluster

People have asked for things including how to create a ticker factory, store market data, and how to quickly parallelize the data for analytical processing.  I will show a complete open source NOSQL database that can be used for panellizing processes and a data repository. This includes failover, clustering, and redundancy as well. This is based on a master and multi slave relationship which will be demoed. This is a very easily implemented solution to use as well as little moving parts to enable simple maintenance compared to other  popular big data NOSQL solutions. The client will be demoed within a R script.  This NOSQL solution is so impressive even Microsoft has an implementation of it in its new Open Tech community.

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