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Where Hadoop is today

Stefan Groschupf, CEO of Datameer, in the post announcing Datameer 3.0:

And here we are with Hadoop. We’re at the stage in its technology adoption cycle where people are so hungry to get the benefits of Hadoop, that they’re searching high and low and paying out the nose for the few and the proud who can hand-build them a way to make use of Hadoop. The problem is, that it won’t be long before they find themselves up a creek when their talent get recruited away for a higher paycheck and they’re left with spaghetti code they can’t make heads or tails of.

When speaking about new technologies, the early days put talent and tools in a virtuous circle. Later on, tools start to compete against talent. And the winning tools are those enabling new talents.

Original title and link: Where Hadoop is today (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.datameer.com/blog/announcements/introducing-datameer-3-0.html