Published Date : Mar 28, 2016
Between a rather lukewarm debate on whether Hadoop is still relevant to big data or not, come the opinions of the current contenders in the global Hadoop market. While the market is still showing massive double digit growth rates, the older companies are making the most of their time in the spotlight, while the new kids on the block are planning their next move. Here are a few of the latest things you should know, that are happening in the global Hadoop market.
More and More Efficient
The key to the success of any IT concept is the rate at which it can develop over time. Hadoop has always shown itself to be one them. Managing development efforts through the presence of IT giants and consistent investments streams, this market has thrived in North America, while the future of the market could be housed in Asia Pacific. A growing number of clients are calling for faster, sharper, more organized, and secure ways of accessing, analyzing, and organizing their data. Hadoop service providers are jumping through hoops to gain clients, while the ever-increasing proliferation of consumer electronics and Internet platforms if creating this flurry of data streams for all. The big data situation only seems to be getting bigger, as more and more chunks of unorganized data are flying into the laps of IT as well as non-IT companies.
The Recent Changes in the Hadoop Game
Galactic Exchange has been one of the quietest players in the global Hadoop market, not showing too many signs of life. Recently, however, the company sprung into the limelight with a new product that they claim can compile a Spark or a Hadoop cluster in less than five minutes! If the product can actually do what they are saying it will do, companies can rejoice as one of the greatest challenges of big data management can then be solved. The global Hadoop market, since the foundation of Hadoop, has trickled into a lot of fields, including real estate. Case in point, the two major companies that run efficient real estate platforms – Trulia and Zillow. The latter took over the former, thus creating a massive network of Hadoop-enabled matchmaking between buyers, sellers, and homes.