BMR’s Report Shows Brands Banking On Sensitive Data Monitoring Solutions

Enterprises shopping for Hadoop distribution, with the aim of obtaining accurate analysis through Big Data technologies now have a valuable resource added by Big Market Research (BMR). The company’s market research report titled “Global Hadoop Market 2015-2019has identified some of the strong performers in the industry and claims it’s neck and neck. Selecting distribution has been challenging for many application development and delivery professional who constantly eye the developments made the leaders. BMR thinks the major takeaways in the report would enable professionals make a wise choice when selecting among the prominent vendors. “It’s a close competition” say the research analysts.

Hadoop will take the Big Data market by storm between 2015 – 2019, says research analysts at BMR. They add that the period would be marked by wave of collaborations, acquisitions and mergers and financial round with greater valuations. Researchers say that it would not be overemphasizing to accept that Hadoop is the only affordable and scalable open source option commercially available. This Big Data management package has become a vital part of all commercially available solution. The technology also important for de -facto business standards for BI.

The release positions Amazon, Cisco and Cloudera at the top in the leader’s category, with a negligible differentiation among them. Furthermore, it places Altiscale, which year – on – year has aligned itself with its customers and the market driver Cask in the strong performer’s category. The study further gave Google, Infochimps and HP high marks for their current offerings. Cloudera, especially has outscored other participants in the data governance and security segment. In addition, MapR scores the highest when it comes to development and architecture. Both Motor Data and Pentaho scored good when they evaluated for their performance in the category like administration.

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