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Hadoop Is Dead. Long Live Hadoop

Matthew Aslett published a follow up to the Hadoop’s time: present and future discussion:

Hadoop’s days are not numbered. Just Hadoop as we know it.

Here’s what I think: Hadoop will evolve, independently and as part of a larger platform, to serve better the scenarios that it’s currently serving. And for those scenarios that are not covered, there will be other solutions. They’ll exist either independently or as part of that larger Big Data platform.

Original title and link: Hadoop Is Dead. Long Live Hadoop (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)