Four Reasons Data Lakes Are Moving to the Cloud

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An internet search on the future of Hadoop yields a handful of articles questioning whether Hadoop is “officially dead” or has become irrelevant. As recently as three years ago, Forrester predicted annual growth of nearly 33 percent for Hadoop. Less than a year later, their analysis concluded that Hadoop would “take its place alongside data warehouses and mainframes.”

Hadoop reset expectations for managing and analyzing extreme data volumes and varieties, but there’s no question that its place in the data ecosystem has shifted in the wake of competitive cloud offerings that deliver more flexibility, lower cost, and simpler development.

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