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CA CTO: Big Data Could Be Cloud’s Killer App

4 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

In the closing panel of today's Structure: Big Data conference, CA Technologies EVP and CTO Donald Ferguson suggested that big data might actually be a driving force behind the adoption of cloud computing because variable workloads are ideal for utility billing models.
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