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It's great to have an abundance of data at your hands. But once you have all this big data available, the next step is getting all of it to the analytical engine. And in order to do this, designers must be prepared to rethink existing architectures. This application development handbook will help you learn how to start getting big data where it's needed. Read on and discover more about the changing role of the enterprise architect, new designs for big data and CEP, in-memory data grids, and more.  Access >>>

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  • Enterprise architect's role is changing as big data flourishes
  • Data on the move: New designs for big data and CEP
  • In-memory data grids and the quest for big data analysis

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