2014 was a year for Big Data Hadoop spark but 2015 has been estimated as an year of evolution for Big Data Hadoop. The industry experts feel there is a long way to go. For the year 2015 Apache Spark holds extended capabilities for Big Data Hadoop. These capabilities include more time based analysis. In the coming year we can witness new transcend for Big Data Hadoop. The Spark services shall be introduced along with the Spark packages.
Comparing the Hadoop installations for different organisations can be fun. The investment of a company can be inferred from the size of the installation. This also shows that big data products are bought from these vendors. Facebook has the maximum number of nodes for the Hadoop cluster as per the research study conducted during 2013. Yahoo and LinkedIn also have a large number of nodes. Hadoop clusters are also run in cloud for certain small organisations. I this article sizes are compared by number of nodes for the Hadoop clusters. They act as a specific data points for the same reason. The sizes can be compared with the help of CPU scores and data volume sizes.
Let’s understand what is machine language and how is it used? Machine learning is the self-learning method which involves generic algorithm. As we can understand these are generic in nature and can be applied into various domains of applications. Data Mining involves applying the algorithms to find solutions for domain related problems. It involves combining data with algorithms in this process. Statistics is a analytic study of collection, organizing and analyzing from the data. It deduces information from the data. Hence to learn self-developing algorithms machine language uses statistics and to solve a problem Data Mining uses results from algorithms with the help of statistics. In business domains data mining is used to solve complex problems. Continue reading What are the Differences between Data Mining ,Artificial Intelligence, Statistics and Machine Learning?
BiG Data! A Worldwide Problem?
According to Wikipedia, “Big data is a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools or traditional data processing applications.” In simpler terms, Big Data is a term given to large volumes of data that organizations store and process. However, It is becoming very difficult for companies to store, retrieve and process the ever-increasing data. If any company gets hold on managing its data well, nothing can stop it from becoming the next BIG success!
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