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Big Data Management Market Expected To Grow 12.8%

Over the next five years, IT professionals keen on managing a fire hose of data should keep their eyes on these growth drivers for big data management.

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Zaza95
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Zaza95,
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10/3/2016 | 1:52:18 PM
Re: Would like to see that number grow
I agree with you, we should like to see that number grow
PeterF028
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8/25/2016 | 6:11:37 PM
Would like to see that number grow
So many businesses have invested in big data, but have yet to capitalize on its benefits. There is a dire need for more exploration and education. Peter Fretty, IDG blogger for SAS Big Data Forum
abchaudhri
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abchaudhri,
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8/25/2016 | 4:49:14 PM
NoSQL Considerations
I have been tracking NoSQL databases since early 2012, collecting publicly available data on skills and vendors. The NoSQL market is still tiny. Considerations and summary of data in Section 2 of this very large slide deck: speakerdeck.com/abchaudhri/considerations-for-using-nosql-technology-on-your-next-it-project-1 Slides regularly updated with new data as I find it. Data last updated in August 2016. Some of the past data came from InformationWeek when you used to publish annual assessment reports.
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