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Will Hadoop Become Dominant Platform? Short Answer Is Yes

EMC’s David Menninger and IBM’s James Kobielus argument pro and con the future of Hadoop. As you’d expect the company behind each of them has a lot to say about the topic. But if you get rid of the chaff, you’ll notice that the two pretty much agree: SQL married with Hadoop is the way of the future. One thing to keep in mind though: SQL and Hadoop does not mean getting rid of the different approaches of accessing Hadoop stored data (like Pig or pure MapReduce).

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