On October 23rd, 2014, we updated our
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HADOOP •– More than one-half (54%) of organizations surveyed are using or considering Hadoop for large-scale data processing needs– More than twice as many Hadoop users report being able to create new products and services and enjoy costs savings beyond those using other platforms; over 82% benefit from faster analyses and better utilization of computing resources– 87% of Hadoop users are performing or planning new types of analyses with large scale data– 94% of Hadoop users perform analytics on large volumes of data not possible before; 88% analyze data in greater detail; while 82% can now retain more of their data– Organizations use Hadoop in particular to work with unstructured data such as logs and event data (63%)– More than two-thirds of Hadoop users perform advanced analysis — data mining or algorithm development and testing
• “The bottom line is that Hadoop is the future of the cloud EDW, and its footprint in companies’ core EDW architectures is likely to keep growing throughout this decade. “ James Kobelius, Forrester Research• Companies will continue to use conventional BI for mainstream business users to do ad hoc queries and reports, but they will supplement that effort with a big- data analytics environment optimized to handle a torrent of unstructured data – which, of course, has been part of the goal of enterprise data warehousing for a long time.