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Hadoop Won't Displace Data Management Systems

Apache Hadoop is good at many things, but one thing it won’t do is conquer the entire data management market. Rather, the big data platform will complement existing enterprise infrastructures and eventually integrate with legacy systems, said Cloudera CEO and founder Mike Olson.

Everyone with market knowledge—except maybe some journalists and very aggressive sales departments—knows that a story of enhancing and complementing existing stacks delivers much better adoption results than replace/solves-all-problems/silver bullet stories.

Original title and link: Hadoop Won’t Displace Data Management Systems (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)