Since the launch of Hadoop, it has become a favorite tool of transferring large data. In a recent Hadoop World conference, held in New York, various professionals illustrated as to how Hadoop has helped them in their business.
It is believed by the experts that the Hadoop has all the advanced techniques which will be needed in the future. While pinpointing the usefulness of Hadoop, Mike Olson, CEO of Cloudera said, “Big data is more than size; it is complexity….Hadoop is at the core of a data analytics platform, but you need more”.
The conference was attended by 1,400 people representing about 580 companies. As compared to last year, there has been an increase of 3.4% in the number of Hadoop users. It has been reported among the companies who attended the conference, 44% were using Hadoop clusters with between 10 and 100 nodes, while 52% were using Hadoop clusters between 100 and 1,000 nodes.
The Hadoop is provided by the Cloudera Company, which is a software company. The conference was organized by Cloudera. Although the Hadoop has been devised to transfer and store large data, there are many firms which doesn’t know as to how to retain their data.
It has come to light that the barriers in the distribution of Hadoop have become hindrance for the entrepreneurs to make them a part of their business. Therefore, it has been advised that the manufacturers of Hadoop should take steps in improving the distribution of it.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that the Accel Partners, a venture capital firm, is due to launch a $100 million technique of storing large and transferring large data. With the pursuit of introducing its own data storage device, the firm will be holding a conference at Silicon Valley.
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