By David Gruzman, on November 9th, 2014
Cloud sounds like a perfect platform for the big data processing – you get as much processing power when you need it and release when you don’t. But why does a lot of big data processing happen outside of cloud? Lets try to find out:
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By Camuel Gilyadov, on October 13th, 2010
1. SSD is NOT synonymous for flash memory.
First of all let’s settle on terms. SSD is best described as a concept of using semiconductor memory as disk. There is two common cases: DRAM-as-disk and flash-as-disk. And flash-memory is a semiconductor technology pretty similar to DRAM, just with slightly different set of trade-offs made.
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