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2014 was the year that Big Data went mainstream from conversations asking “What is Big Data?” to “How do we harness the power of Big Data to solve real business problems”. It seemed like everyone jumped on the Big Data band wagon from new software start-ups offering the “next generation” predictive analytic applications to traditional database, data quality, business intelligence, and data integration vendors, all calling themselves Big Data providers. The truth is, they all play a role in this Big Data movement.
Earlier in 2014, Wikibon estimated the Big Data market is currently on pace to top $50 billion in 2017, which translates to a 38% compound annual growth rate over the six year period from 2011 (the first year Wikibon sized the Big Data market) to 2017. Most of the excitement around Big Data has been around Hadoop as early adopters who experimented with open source versions quickly grew to adopt enterprise-class solutions from companies like Cloudera™, HortonWorks™, MapR™, and Amazon’s RedShift™ to address real-world business problems including: (more…)