All about me and watching out for Seattle

Macro Seattle is all about large scale data and software and that ever evolving space. I am a small time developr with a big time passion for large scale data and big data as its known.

I have started this website as a personal endevour to share thoughts and desire within the big data space and hopefully pass a little knowledge onto someone about how big data is changign. How MySQL and other software such as Apache Hadoop are affecting the space currently. The focus will be around my software likes and dislikes and how the space is currently in flux.

The Seattle part is in homepage to my home town and love, the great Seattle in Washington (whose website still doesn’t have SSL!).

What is the Future of ERP?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is software that has become quite popular among business owners. There are several things that are essential in the successful running of a business. Some examples include: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), accounting, human resource, and order and inventory management among others. ERP is software that works to integrate all these essential items into a single system. 

This helps business owners to have streamlined information and processes in their organization. This software is therefore a very important tool for every business owner who wants to grow and attain success in their everyday business activities. ERP is continuously growing and there are numerous changes that are expected to take place in this software in the future to make it even better for business owners.

Internet of Things is one of the things that are expected to take place in the future of ERP. Internet of Things is basically a concept that is applied to enable objects to have the ability to transfer data through networks without requiring a human to execute the action. When it comes to ERP, a device will be placed on different appliances which will then be able to feed data to the different apps that are located in the cloud. This will enable the business owners and employees to know when maintenance is needed and some of their unused assets among other things.

Another thing that is expected in the future of ERP is wearable technology. This prediction was based on the numerous wearable technologies like fitness trackers. It is expected that in the future blue collar workers will be able to wear work technology as well. For instance, special glasses will be used to perform hands free work. 

The technology that will be present will also be used to safeguard all employees’ health. This is because it is expected that there will be special devices that can detect UV and heat exposure. Such devices will be very important in ensuring the employees have a safe environment.

The age of context is another thing that is expected in the future of ERP. It is expected that in the future, the mobile apps will have developed and will be able to detect what a user needs and how exactly they need data to be represented in different situations. For instance, if an engineer has a repair problem, it is expected that they will be able to get all the instructions, tools and information on how to go about the repair long before they arrive at the repair site.

In conclusion, great things are expected to happen in the future of ERP. Businesses that will be using this software will be able to take part in the joy of growing their business with advanced technology. Its therefore important to get on board with this software so that you can ensure you are not left behind when other businesses are thriving with the advancements expected to be in ERP in the coming years. 

Users are advised to keep track of new technologies since there is a chance most of them will be incorporated in the software. Being informed ensures you are not left out when amazing changes take place.

MySQL and Big Data

MySQL is a web database for very large and reputable websites. As a result, big data is compiled from such websites that are generated from MySQL. The reasons that MySQL can handle big data is because they are highly sophisticated systems that utilize operating systems such as Linux to manipulate their equations. 

No matter how complicated the website; it could have massive amounts of information within the big data it has compiled. It does not matter because MySQL can handle it. The forces at play that is, the information that is collected, gathered, and stored is easily managed by this platform. It can effectively optimize queries in a organized way.

In addition, it can effectively monitor and replicate where needed. A great deal has changed in the years of utilizing MySQL since 2010. This is because there are very strong beliefs that it needs to sustain properly in order to function efficiently as it does. If any changes occur, they are always debated of course, consistently on both sides before a final arrangement occurs for MySQL. 

However, the end result is always the same. The big data collected is easily stored by MySQL. Limitations are minimal at best in terms of what MySQL is capable of accomplishing. This is why big industries rely on MySQL. It is a standard that is promising more efficiency and as a result is way more productive than any other possibilities out there to date. 

Through the test of time it has proven its efforts to be the only solution to big business ventures on the internet. This is why big name collaborations use it. Because these organizations know it is effective. As the years pass it is likely to improve as the needs for MySQL to evolve even more. This is why MySQL can handle big data.