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Top 4 Best Big Data Jobs to Look For in 2017

Data is now produced at an incredible rate – right from online shopping to browsing through social media platforms to navigating through GPS-enabled smartphones, data is being accessed everywhere. Big Data professionals now fathom the enormous business opportunities by perusing petabytes of data, which was impossible to grasp previously. Organizations are taking the best advantage of this situation and rushing to make the best of these revelations about.


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Hadoop 2017: The Survivor and Not the Casualty

Hadoop 2017: The Survivor and Not the Casualty


Most people decipher – Hadoop and Big Data are the two sides of the same coin. Adding the fascinating word to your resume leads to better opportunities and higher pay structure. But what the future holds for Hadoop? Is it dismal or encouraging?

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Our Perception Must Include Data-Ception

Our Perception Must Include Data-Ception

Considering the complex competitive global environment, the world business today is witnessing a paradigm shift from mere data storage to data mining and other subsequent activities.

Thus, from a managerial perspective it is of prime importance to develop a psyche, which can interpret the collection of data. This psyche cannot be theoretically learnt from books, as it requires a knack to make data talk. Data is no more evaluated independently. Today, a cross-domain relationship between data exists, which on analysis depicts patterns, responsible enough to do wonders for the organization.

The question is how can we connect the dots? Following the recent trends, developers are grabbing every opportunity to break a huge chunk of data into meaningful relevant information. From the standpoint of technical professionals, along with an analytical mindset, they need to get hands on experience on the technological perspective to understand the real significance of data evaluation.

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The data not only aligns with the internal activity of the business but also is an integral part for consumer servicing. There is an intense need to study the needs of consumer and every decision he makes, which broadens the outlook of a business on how he/she is using their product. What are the expectations of the customer from an existing product? What more my customer needs? The answers to these questions cannot always be mapped quantitatively but a qualitative approach towards data is one of the key aspects of data analytics.

In this digital era, slightest technological ripples are going to reshuffle the whole industry scenario. And, that is why the omnipresence of data will aid businesses in setting new benchmarks in consumer and market findings. Growing pace of social media would open a Pandora’s Box for companies, who have their right audience in this particular domain.

The emergence of IOT, which primarily thrives on data, will cause disruption in the current business orientation. The data producing sensor architecture directly connected to the company can help the business to be fast and robust, which is the need of an hour. In addition, this analytics might influence mid-size distribution largely.

Simple example of this model: Sensors attached to tyres could sense data, and alert a tyre manufacturer about the usage of a consumer, which will help in servicing their customer at the right moment.

Thus, on an individualistic note there is need to develop a data analytical mindset and include data-ception in perception.

This blog has been contributed by Team Frontrunners, comprising members Ria Shah, Dishank Palan, Sanjay Sonwani from Welingkar College.


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What Does The Market Look Like for Hadoop in 2018 – 2022?

What Does The Market Look Like for Hadoop in 2018 – 2022?

It will be a simple understatement to say that Hadoop took the Big Data market up by storm this past years from 2012-2016. This time-period in the history of data witnessed a wave of mergers, acquisitions and high valuation rounds of finances. It will not be a simple exaggeration to state that today Hadoop is the only cost sensible and scalable open-source alternative option against the other commercially available Big Data Management tools and packages.

Recently it has not only emerged as the de-facto for all industry standard business intelligence (BI), and has become an integral part of almost all commercially available Big Data solutions.

Until 2015, it had become quite clear that Hadoop did fail to deliver in terms of revenues. From 2012 to 2015, the growth and development of Hadoop systems have been financed by venture capitalists mostly. It also made some funds through acquisition money and R&D project budgets.

But it is no doubt that Hadoop talent is sparse and also does not come in cheap. Hadoop smarts a steep learning curve that most cannot manage to climb. Yet, still more and more enterprises are finding themselves be attracted towards the gravitational pull of this massive open-source system, of Hadoop. It is mostly due to the functionality that it offers. Several interesting trends have emerged in the Hadoop market within the last 2 years like:

  • The transformation from batch processing to online processing
  • The emergence of MapReduce alternatives like Spark, DataTorrent and Storm
  • Increasing dissatisfaction among the people with the gap between SQL-on-Hadoop and the present provisions
  • Hadoop’s case will further see a spur with the emergence of IoT
  • In-house development and deployment of Hadoop
  • Niche enterprises are focussing on enhancing Hadoop features and its functionality like visualization features, governance, ease of use, and its way to ease up to the market.

While still having a few obvious setbacks, it is of no doubt that, Hadoop is here to stay for the long haul. Moreover, there is rapid growth to be expected in the near future.


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As per market, forecasts the Hadoop market is expected to grow at CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) of 58% thereby surpassing USD 16 billion by 2020.

The major players in the Hadoop industry are as follows: Teradata Corporation, Rainstor, Cloudera, Inc. and Hortonworks Inc., Fujitsu Ltd., Hitachi Data Systems, Datameer, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Zettaset, Inc., IBM, Dell, Inc., Amazon Web Services, Datastax, Inc., MapR Technologies, Inc., etc.

Several opportunities are emerging for Hadoop market with the changing global environment where Big Data is affecting the IT businesses in the following two ways:

  1. The need to accommodate this exponentially increasing amount of data (storage, analysis, processing)
  2. Increasingly cost-prohibitive models for pricing that are being imposed by the established IT vendors


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The forecast for Hadoop market for the years 2017-2022 can be summarised as follows:

  1. Hadoop market segment as per geographical factors: EMEA, America and Asia/Pacific
  2. As per software and hardware services: commercially supported software for Hadoop, Hadoop appliances and hardware, Hadoop services (integration, consulting, middleware, and support), outsourcing and training
  3. By verticals
  4. By tiers of data (quantity of data managed by organizations)
  5. As per application: advanced/predictive analysis, ETL/data integration, Data mining/visualization. Social media and click stream analysis. Data warehouse offloading; IoT (internet of things) and mobile devices. Active archives along with cyber security log analysis.


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This chain link graph shows that each component in an industry is closely linked to data analytics and management and plays an equally important role in generating business opportunities and better revenue streams.

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Infographic: How Big Data Analytics Can Help To Boost Company Sales?

Infographic: How Big Data Analytics Can Help To Boost Company Sales?

Following a massive explosion in the world of data has made the slow paced statisticians into the most in-demand people in the job market right now. But why are all companies whether big or small out for data analysts and scientists?

Companies are collecting data from all possible sources, through PCs, smart phones, RFID sensors, gaming devices and even automotive sensors. However, just the volume of data is not the main factor that needs to be tackled efficiently, because that is not the only factor that is changing the business environment, but there is the velocity as well as variety of data as well which is increasing at light speed and must be managed with efficacy.

Why data is the new frontier to boost your sales figures?

Earlier the sales personnel were the only people from whom the customers gathered data about the products but today there are various sources from where customers can gather data so people are no longer that heavily reliant on the availability of data.

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Using Hadoop Analyse Retail Wifi Log File

Since a long time we are providing Big Data Hadoop training in Gurgaon to aspirant seeking a career in this domain.So, here our Hadoop experts are going to share a big data Hadoop case study.Think of the wider perspective, as various sensors produce data. Considering a real store we listed out these sensors- free WiFi access points, customer frequency counters located at the doors, smells, the cashier system, temperature, background music and video capturing etc.


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While many of the sensors required hardware and software, a few sensor options are around for the same. Our experts found out that WiFi points provide the most amazing sensor data that do not need any additional software or hardware. Many visitors have Wi- Fi-enabled smart phones. With these Wifi log files, we can easily find out the following-

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5 Online Sources to Get Basic Hadoop Introduction

Basic Hadoop Courses

Big data Hadoop courses are hitting it big in the world of business whether it is healthcare, manufacturing, media or marketing. Data is generated everywhere, and Hadoop is a readily available open source Apache software program that can be utilized to crunch and store Big Data sets.

As per reports from the Transparency Market Research the forecast shows a promising growth opportunity from the existing USD 1.5 million back in 2012 to USD 20.8 million within 2018. These promising growth numbers suggest that there will be an increased need for human resources to manage, develop and oversee all the Hadoop implementations.

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Many experts believe that one can learn any new subject by simple self-study if only you invest enough time and sincere predisposition towards a topic. After all self-study is actually what a person does to acquire knowledge about any given topic. Be it how to fix a leaky faucet or learn a new language or learn strum a guitar. Studying is on one’s own in any case. But to be an expert in a given field, you have to study on your own while you also need to invest your energy in the right direction. And to know the right direction, you need a mentor or a guide to lead the way.

But if you want to test the waters, and tinker with Hadoop to understand its basics, you can go through the wide range of documents available at the Apache Hadoop website for your perusal. Also try downloading the Hadoop open source release to get the feel of the program while tinkering with different features.

Here are 5 online sources where you can seek some basic introduction to Hadoop for big data:

  1. IBM’s open sources, Hadoop Big Data for the Impatient is a good option to go through the basics of Hadoop. It also offers a free download of Hadoop image (you might need Cloudera) to help you work with examples of Hadoop-based problems. You will also be able to get an idea of Hive, Oozie, Pig and Sqoop. The course is available in Vietnamese, Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese.
  2. Cloudera offers a Cloudera essentials course for Apache Hadoop. Apache Hadoop chapter wise video tutorials are available with Cloudera essentials. But this course is mainly targeted at administrators and those who are well-acquainted with data science, to update their skills on the subject.
  3. YouTube also offers a long list of videos on Hadoop topics for beginners. Some are good while others may not be so helpful for the Hadoop virgins. Simply type Hadoop and you will find a never-ending list of videos related to Hadoop. Some are quite useful for clarifying simple doubts related to Hadoop.
  4. Udemy is another site where you can get some free videos as well as a few for a fee. Simply put Hadoop free on the search bar at their homepage and see what comes up.
  5. Udacity was developed by Silicon Valley giants like FaceBook, Cadence, Twitter and the likes. They offer a 14-day free trial with free course materials. But you will need to pay for the course if you do not finish the course within 14 days.


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