Using Amazon Elastic MapReduce with the AWS.NET API Part 1: introduction


Big Data is everywhere nowadays. It’s one of the most (over)used keywords in IT nowadays. Organisations have to process large amounts of information in form of messages in real time in order to make decisions about the future of the company. Companies can also use these messages as data points of something they monitor constantly: sales, response times, stock prices, etc. Their goal is presumably to process the data and extract information from it that they themselves or their customers find useful and are willing to pay for.

Amazon Web Services have a solution for pretty much anything in IT so it’s no surprise that there are at least two solutions for data mining and analysis scenarios:

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