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Bots that make QA nimble and ready for the world of DevOps and Agile

Posted by: Bharath Hemachandran | November 09, 2016

Imagine an app that fails. Chances are you are going to get your test engineer to spend hours trying to document the environment in which the app failed and figure out what went wrong before identifying a fix.

Have you joined the Big Data Wellness Club?

Posted by: Bharath Hemachandran | December 21, 2015

Financial institutions and retailers are adopting Big Data analytics to generate greater business intelligence and gain competitive advantage. The objective is to provide real-time experience to customers. However, except Google and Amazon, most companies are yet to see the daylight of Big Data analytics success.

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The Burgeoning Need for Big Data Assurance

Posted by: Bharath Hemachandran | August 06, 2015

In my earlier post, I covered the basics of ensuring a successful big data project. Many firms have already invested a lot of money and effort into getting their big data projects up and running. Although some are successful, most of the current implementations are facing numerous issues around data and project related issues.

How Big Data came to be? (Part II)

Posted by: Bharath Hemachandran | July 03, 2015

In this post I would like to round up the history of data series with a quick look at how big data came to be. My previous post discussed the transition from physical data stored

How did big data come to be?

Posted by: Bharath Hemachandran | June 22, 2015

In my previous post, I discussed what big data means and how it should be implemented within an enterprise. This week, I would like to take a step back and go back to the basics and talk a little about data in itself.

Have you started your Big Data journey in the right direction?

Posted by: Bharath Hemachandran | June 09, 2015

The term 'Big Data' is one of the most misunderstood terms in the IT world today. As the popular saying goes – everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, and so everyone claims that they are doing it.