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HADOOP is the New Black

HADOOP is the New Black
 05th Mar, 2018
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Hadoop has become the preeminent culmination as the storehouse of the unmanageable and flash flood data, in the databases. The introduction of Hadoop on the technology market has brought such prompt reversal in data only because data depot became very reasonable. Initially, the data stockpile used to be very lavish. Hadoop stores large sets of data as much as the user desires. With the inclusion of new servers to the Hadoop mega server, the storage capacity of Hadoop has started increasing even  more. Hence, saving company fund and company time leading to better business development.

Hadoop stores the data in the Hadoop distributed file system. The processing part called the MapReduce finally does the processing of the data stored in HDFS. It transfers the data that is near to it. Hence, it does not consume much time for it, giving fast refining results.

cost reduction

The data sets including emails, customer search data and all other social media data are increasing more than ever before. Companies are trying to get hold of these data, manage them and then store and process them in a flat outlay. The traditional database is of course very costly, which points the finger towards the new Hadoop Technology.

Initially, companies tried to reduce the cost of data storage by downplaying all the sets of data by cutting away a part of it. This resulted in the loss of important data which was assumed to be unimportant. The sampled data would not contain the pure information which the organic data would have contained.

With such high rate of data storage using the conventional database along with the cost of data results in the high disbursement of capital from the company’s treasury.

The high cost of data storage results in a high loss of endowment in the company which trims down the productivity of the company and hence affects the gross salary of their employees.

Hence, with the installation of Hadoop, companies are not only able to afford the storage of heavy data sets, but are also able to increase the assortment of data. On these grounds data management is no more any big issue in the corporate world.

Hadoop stores the entire big data without a single failure, allowing the organizations to enjoy the availability of their entire data all the time. All organic data can be made available to business in their own databases without cropping down into downsampled data. Hence, no such loss of organic data occurs and the company goes free from loss, hence increases their productivity without disturbing the payroll of their employees.

 low cost

Hadoop has proved itself as the ultimate money and time saver because we don’t have to waste time and money any more designing the old pattern databases. Catching and holding data by Hadoop with fault tolerance is such an added advantage that deserves  so much appreciation.

Hadoop Package consists of:

  • Storage part (Hadoop Distributed File System i.e. HDFS)
  • Processing part (MapReduce)
  • JAR i.e., Java Archive Files
  • Other scripts in Hadoop

Hadoop allows the storage of Big Data and moreover it is granting the search and retrieving of data accessibility.

The MapReduce of Hadoop named as the Job Tracker Master handles data and manages the failures. It sends the available data to the task tracker nearby and hence reduces the traffic to a certain extent.

Since the processor is placed in each cell of the Hadoop Yarn, so it hastens the system and makes the system redundant to the core.

Data in every big company is messy and over flooded which is still increasing day by day. It is unstoppable because data is the only thing on which you work upon or with which  your work depends.

Learning Hadoop and the ways of controlling it, has always been a high demand in the market. Training up yourself with this technology will always let you shine with an imperial complexion.

The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not reflect the view of the organization.

 

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