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Big data environments bring a mix of new technologies into organizations, including Hadoop, MapReduce, NoSQL databases and associated tools. And harnessing those technologies to create an effective big data management architecture can be a challenging proposition for IT teams. In this chapter of our e-book on managing and using pools of big data, readers will learn about the available technology options and get detailed advice on how to devise, implement and maintain a big data management strategy that enables a company to get the most out of its assembled information. Access >>>
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