By Jose Hernandez
In my previous post I introduced columnar databases. I never did say why columnar databases were created. Primarily, they were developed to deal with performance, or lack of performance, when trying to query aggregated values from large databases. The culprit of performance issues has typically been disk I/O. That’s right, the last mechanical part of our computers, the...
Have an idea for your next great application development or analytics project? Let us know so we can make it happen!