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Technological buzz, like that surrounding Hadoop, can easily blur the lines between software benefits and drawbacks. Hadoop clusters make it easier for organizations to process and analyze streams of big data from both internal and external sources -- but there are other variables to consider. Specifically, what the software can and can't do with large amounts of structured and unstructured data. In the latest chapter in our e-book on big data, learn about developing, implementing and managing Hadoop clusters -- and get a leg up on the competition. Access >>>
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