Apache Hadoop has been the driving force behind the growth of the big data industry.You will hear it mentioned often, along with associated technologies such as Hive and Pig. But what does it do, and why do you need all its strangely-named friends, such as Oozie, Zookeeper and Flume?
Hadoop brings the ability to cheaply process large amounts of data,regardless of its structure.By large,we mean from 10-100 gigabytes and above. How is this different from what went before?
Existing enterprise data warehouses and relational databases excel at processing structured data and can store massive amounts of data, though at a cost: This requirement for structure restricts the kinds of data that can be processed, and it imposes an inertia that makes data warehouses unsuited for agile exploration of massive heterogenous data. The amount of effort required to warehouse data often means that valuable data sources in organizations are never mined. This is where Hadoop can make a big difference.Our Expertise
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