Analog Data Issues There are two generic issues with the data in the analog data pond. The first is the sheer volume of data. It is normal for there to be a massive amount of data that is generated by analog processing. A machine just sits there and takes a snapshot every millisecond. It is also normal for 99.9% of the data to be normal and of little business value. The same (or nearly same) value is repeated over and over. In a sense, the interesting data “hides” behind the tremendous volume of information generated. A second issue is that much of the important data associated with the generation of the analog data is lost. Analog analysts have the habit of collecting only the analog data and not the descriptor data that is associ...
- Chapter 6 Analog Data Pond
- from Data Lake Architecture: Designing the Data Lake and Avoiding the Garbage Dump
- Publisher: Technics Publications
- Released: April 2016
Analog data issues
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