Would the Safe Network improve the Big Data space? Contrary to many of the unstructured data proponents structured data has still maintained its place at the top when considering Big Data Analytics. The reason for this is simple, SQL is still the best and easiest way to interact with data for analytics requests and SQL by design requires data to be stored in a somewhat normal form structure to be useable.
The basics with efficient data storage for query consumption is to choose partitions and sorts so as to allow multiple nodes/amps/servers to distribute work in parallel as evenly and efficiently as possible.
Couldn’t the Safe Network revolutionize the storing and pulling of information in this way? In theory if the data is disseminated intelligently then running SQL queries against the Safe Network could blow away services like Oracle, Google Big Query or Amazon Redshift.
The logical evolution here would be that companies would consider developing on the Safe Network first given their data would be fastest (and in theory cheapest) on the Safe Network. It could very well be the spark for mass adoption.
Is there any type of structured data storage feature on the roadmap?