Smarter Computing debate replay & wrap up: Big data experts cover all the bases



 
 

The Smarter Computing: What’s next for IT? video debate on big data and analytics infrastructure was packed full of insights. Thank you to all of those who participated and viewed the debate, live on the Smarter Computing Blog. For those who would like to see the debate again or couldn’t make it to the live session, watch the full replay and highlights by clicking the button below:

Watch the replay of the debate

Thanks again to our insightful moderator and panel:

David LinthicumDavid Linthicum: SVP, Cloud Technology Partners, InfoWorld Blogger, and GigaOM Pro Analyst – Moderator

Adrian BowlesAdrian Bowles: Founder and CEO at STORM insights, Inc. – Panelist

John EastonJohn Easton: IBM STG, Advanced Analytics Infrastructures, Chief Technical Officer, Distinguished Engineer – Panelist

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