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Big Data 2.0: the next generation of Big Data

Gagan Mehra1 from VentureBeat:

The big data ecosystem has now reached a tipping point where the basic infrastructural capabilities for supporting big data challenges and opportunities are easily available. Now we are entering what I would call the next generation of big data — big data 2.0 — where the focus is on three key areas: Speed, Data Quality, Applications.

While I’m not convinced we can call the first cycle complete, if this is Big Data 2.0 can we skip at 3.0 already2?

  1. Gagan Mehra: Chief evangelist for Software AG 

  2. Not that these are boring, but they sound like pre Big Data problems. 

Original title and link: Big Data 2.0: the next generation of Big Data (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)