Structure Show: East Coast vs. West Coast in big data and the Hadoopalypse!

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It’s always fun to check in with Chris Lynch, the Atlas Venture partner who made his bones at Digital Equipment Corp. (RIP) and as CEO of Vertica Systems, helped engineer its sale to HP. He talks with us this week about the big data disruption that’s got Oracle and other legacy players (but probably not IBM)  shaking in their boots, and expounds on the on the east/west divide in big data.

Atlas Venture partner Chris Lynch

Atlas Venture partner Chris Lynch

Also, Derrick Harris and yours truly on the continuing Hadoopalypse and why this was a very bad week in software security,

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