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Damian Black, CEO of SQLstream, talks about why data flow computing is experiencing a rebirth and what it could mean for scaling in the cloud.

Data-flow computing was developed about 30 years ago as a way of solving the parallel processing problem and then faded away over time. But, Damian Black, CEO of SQLstream, said Wednesday at GigaOM’s Structure: Europe conference that the decades-old technology is making a comeback. On stage with GigaOM senior writer Derrick Harris, Black talked why data flow computing is experiencing a rebirth and what it could mean for scaling in the cloud.

Check out the rest of our Structure Europe 2012 live coverage here, and a video recording of the session follows below.

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