About 20 years ago no one would have thought about the amount of data that will be generated will be so huge. Data was only being generated just by the businesses and governments. Fast forward few years and you have Google, facebook, twitter and others, all contributing to the sudden increase in the amount of data. With Google, facebook and other social networking sites, everyone started contributing to the overall data being generated. Fast forward a few more years and now we have IoT (Internet of Things), where “smart“ devices have started generating data without any human intervention, adding tremendously to already humongous data. Today, we create about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day; this is BIG by any standard.
With the rise in the amount of data, it became clear that the traditional tools to handle this amount of data were not sufficient and there was a need for more advanced methods and tools for managing, what we now call as, “Big Data”. Hadoop was one of the pioneers in advanced tools used for “Big Data” management and processing.
Today, Hadoop has become either a pre-fix or a suffix of Big Data. Big Data and Hadoop go hand in hand. Hadoop has really made the processing and storage of Big Data accessible to everyone. Businesses, around the world, had access to a lot of data but they had no idea about how to handle all that data until Hadoop came into existence. Today, Big Data Hadoop is playing a very crucial role in storage and processing of data. Every company, big or small, is looking to leverage Hadoop to manage their data, which has caused a sudden rise in the demand for Hadoop developers and Hadoop administrators around the world. There is a huge shortage of Hadoop professionals as it is a relatively new technology.
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