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Oracle unveils big data infrastructure with DIY options

Oracle has unveiled big data infrastructure with options to assist people in building their own big data capabilities from scratch through Do-It-Yourself (DIY), reports ITRealms.
Big Data Solutions Lead at Oracle Australia, Mr. Vicky Falconer, said they see this introduction as a way to tailor the technology to specific business needs and to give IT department complete oversight and control of the processes and capabilities.
He promised they would explore the challenges of taking the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) route with big data and how buying the capabilities packaged together on a pre-built system could overcome them.
He pointed out that for many businesses, the ‘buy’ approach will be the better option. By investing in a suite of big data technologies packaged together, either deployed on-premise or via the cloud, companies could address all of the time to value challenges.
The technology, he said, is already tested, integrated and optimised for the task, with the vendor providing the expertise and support that may be lacking in the IT department, and which will evolve with the technology.

And while even well thought-out DIY implementations take months to make production-ready, in theory, Oracle’s Big Data Appliance could be up and running on-premise in a matter of hours.
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