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Thoughts on The Future of Hadoop in Enterprise Environments

In case you are looking for some sort of reassurance that big companies are into Hadoop, check SAP’s Innovation Evangelist, Timo Elliott’s perspective on the Hadoop market. It should be no surprise what he sees as the main trend:

Companies want to take advantage of the cost advantages of Hadoop systems, but they realize that Hadoop doesn’t yet do everything they need (for example, Gartner surveys show a steady decline in the proportion of CIOs that believe that NoSQL will replace existing data warehousing rather than augmenting it – now just 3%). And companies see the performance advantages of in-memory processing, but aren’t sure how it can make a difference to their business.

Original title and link: Thoughts on The Future of Hadoop in Enterprise Environments (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://timoelliott.com/blog/2014/03/thoughts-on-the-future-of-hadoop-in-enterprise-environments.html