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Future database plans will include NoSQL, but there are elements to consider before making the leap, according to Mike Bowers, set to discuss this at Enterprise Data World 2016.
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The Vertica Analytics Platform from Hewlett Packard Enterprise is designed to be used for data warehouses and other complex, query-intensive applications.