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Investments in the Hadoop market in 2013

A post looking at the investments made in the Hadoop market in 2013:

In 2013, the zeitgeist around big data hit a fever pitch, and with that surge came venture capital love for the Hadoop ecosystem – to the tune of $270 million. On a year-over-year basis, Hadoop VC funding grew 50% while deal activity rose 30%.

To see investment relationships you could use the beautiful Big Data investment map 2014 — I wish it was easier to navigate though.

Back to the original post, there were two aspects that caught my attention:

  1. The majority of funding growth in 2013 came from Series A. This could mean two things: 1) investors consider the market still open; or 2) there are many investors that realized quite late the potential of this market that are trying to make up for they late reaction. I’d go with the first option though.
  2. There seems quite a bit of variability (or inconsistency) in the investments made in the big data market since 2012. This chart shows exactly what I mean:

    hadoop investments

Original title and link: Investments in the Hadoop market in 2013 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)