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The next stage of BigData

Right now, the terms BigData and Hadoop are used as one and the same - often like the buzzword of buzzwords. And they sound mostly as a last time call, often made by agencies to convince people to start the Hadoop journey before the train leaves the station. Don’t fall into that trap.

Hadoop was made by people who worked in the early internet industry, namely Yahoo. They crawled millions of millions web pages every day, but had no system to really get benefit from this information. Dug Cutting created Hadoop, a Map/Reduce framework written in Java and blueprinted by Google in 2004 (1). The main purpose was to work effectively with an ultra-large set of data and group them by topics (just to simplify).
Hadoop is now 10 years old. And in these 10 years the gravity of data management, wrangling and analyzing runs faster and faster. New approaches, tools and techniques emerging every day in the brain centered areas called Something-Valley. All of those targeting the way we work and think …