Choosing Between ElasticSearch, MongoDB & Hadoop

By: Phil Rhodes, Senior Consultant at Open Software Integrators

Event: 2 Day Intro to Hadoop Training in Durham, NC


Open Software Integrators presents:

2 Day Comprehensive Introduction to Hadoop 


Monday, April 21, 2014 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM &

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 9:00 AM -  5:00 PM


The American Underground @ATC
318 Blackwell St
Durham, NC 27701

InfoWorld: Code in JavaScript the smart, modular way

Are you a JavaScript hack or a real developer? Use this quick start guide to learn to write modularized JavaScript code

Some people still seem surprised that JavaScript is regarded as a respectable, grown-up programming language for serious applications. In fact,JavaScript development has been maturing nicely for years, with the best practices for modular development as a prime example.

Event: Chicago Intro to Neo4j Training



Introduction to Neo4j Training at OSI Chicago


Testing A Backbone App with Karma

Vote for Freeman & Bioinformatics at Hadoop North America!

The Leading Hadoop Community Event

Interested in what ear wax, Hadoop and Neo4j have in common? Vote for Jonathan Freeman's Bioinformatics talk at Hadoop North America!
Hadoop and Graph Databases (Neo4j): Winning Combination for Bioinformatics

Event: OSI presents at Great Wide Open Conference!

InfoWorld: Apple and security, 5 deadly development sins

Planet Ending

If Apple carries on with its many programming misdeeds, it will soon see a breakdown in its shiny, new security

Recently, Apple decided to replace open source OpenSSL with its own libsecurity_ssl. In doing so, Apple went from a large community to a small community with poor development practices.

Trust me, Big data is a huge security risk


Fear the Hadoop! It'll expose your company data to unwashed hacker hordes! Luckily, this new big data security product fixes everything

When Hadoop started, it had a security problem. The spin from the various Hadoop vendors and proponents tended to be something like, "We see security as a front-end application issue." This is what you say when you don't have a good answer.

InfoWorld: How I learned to stop worrying and love my creepy smartphone

As our contextual information reaches the cloud, smartphones will get more personal and anticipate everything we want