Big Data Insights Learning for Professionals and Young minds
The Hadoop/NoSQL software and services market reached $542 million in 2012 as measured by vendor revenue. This includes revenue by Hadoop and NoSQL pure-play vendors – companies such as Cloudera and MongoDB – as well as Hadoop and NoSQL revenue from larger vendors such as IBM, EMC (now Pivotal) and Amazon Web Services. Weforecast this market to grow to $3.48 billion in 2017, a 45% CAGR during this five year period.
We project the Big Data market to top $18 billion in 2013, a growth rate of 61%. Looking beyond 2013, we forecast the total Big Data market to approach $50 billion by 2017, which translates to a 31% compound annual growth rate over the five-year period 2012-2017. While the global economic outlook is for slow to stagnant growth over this period, We believe the Big Data market will not be severely impacted and may, in fact, benefit from enterprises needing “to do more with less,” which effective Big Data analytics facilitates.
The advent of the Web, mobile devices and other technologies has caused a fundamental change to the nature of data. Big Data has important, distiNct qualities that differentiate it from “traditional” corporate data. No longer centralized, highly structured and easily manageable, now more than ever data is highly distributed, loosely structured (if structured at all), and increasingly large in volume.
Big Data Training for 5 days at Bangalore on 14th - 18th December 2013.
Training will begin promptly at 10:00am and Conclude at 5:00pm
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