See our pick of the week’s findings below.
TOP DATACONOMY ARTICLES
In this edition, we’ll be closely examining infrastructural approaches- what they are, how they work and what each approach is best used for. In previous editions we covered the 7 V’s of Big Data, and the Big Data Ecosystem.
With the recent furore among cab drivers about the growing prominence of Uber in London, Paris, Milan, Madrid and Berlin, we thought it would be interesting to see how the mobile-app, car-for-hire company uses big data to better its services.
TOP DATACONOMY NEWS
Germany’s manager Oliver Bierhoff announced that the National Team has been collaborating with SAP and the German Football Association to apply big data, through SAP’s Match Insights software, to assess the performance and training of the team in preparation for the world cup.
In a recent blog post, Netflix highlight the ways in which the company is using big data behind the scenes to enrich its service. They’re putting the data to work largely to improve Quality of Experience (QoE) – the experience the user has after they hit play.
The Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention will be working with online search giant Baidu to use its large user database to help forecast flu outbreaks.
TOP DATACONOMY JOBS
Third Eye is looking for a “Hadoop Developer” to join our client’s Big Data practice which deals with application development involving large volumes of data using Big Data technologies. This is a full time contract position with Third Eye’s client where the compensation is hourly (C2C) based.
The Researcher will work with the Bloomberg Government Data Team to identify, process, validate, enhance and maintain relevant federal government programs to be integrated within the Bloomberg Government application.