Big Data And Cloud Computing – Friends For Life

Big Data And Cloud Computing – Friends For Life

Our age has moved into a complex situation. On the one hand, we are experiencing an ever-increasing level of home clouds and, while on the other hand, commodity data services are hungrily intensifying. In the midst of this chaos, big data and cloud computing have secured their bond, and their friendship has come forward. This has prompted a sigh of relief from the user group.

Data is a common problem in organizations, and hence they want to figure out how to get their enterprise data assets under control. The friendship mantra of big data and the cloud can be verified by analyzing the emergence of cloud computing with the processing power to manage exabytes of information. Being able to handle large amounts of information is a priority for big enterprises in the industry because organizations are trying to get their data under control. Nevertheless, learning from the great success of big data in the cloud world, many governments have also become active players in the cloud domain.

Emerging big data trends show that organizations are getting to the analytical states of their processes, gaining the ability to determine value, and getting to know what their data is doing in a particular state of their business. This also requires the combination of huge amounts of data into common, accessible points that provide mission-critical business intelligence (BI). Data warehousing and the ability to look the value of information, either in an operation state or in a decision support state, are also factors of prime importance.

Nearly all the latest market trends point to the notion of being agile and being customer responsive. Interestingly, not all big data cloud servers are the same. The technology that Microsoft provides is completely different from the technology that Google provides. The time it takes to push a big data project to completion inevitably depends on the technology used by the server. This leads us to the question of which service provider to choose and which to ignore.

To support an adaptive organization, big data is one of the critical elements. The ability of cloud computing to provision computer resources, storage, network capacity and, above all, do all this magic at a moment’s notice makes big data and the cloud the dearest of friends. There is a long way to go, but for now they seem to be friends for life.

By Haris Smith

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