COMPARABLE SURVEY OF BIG DATA TECHNOLOGIES

Ashif Ali

Abstract


The term Big data is a great buzzword in IT industries these days. It refers to large volume having both structured and unstructured format. This huge volume of data is generated from multidirections through various channels and usually of great concern to us. So we can analyze the insights of this data and can use it for the betterment of decision making and for profitable business strategies. Volume of data coming through direction is so huge that it cannot be processed using traditional procedures and technologies. Managing such volume requires the standard framework like Hadoop. It is also an open source which is attracting the mass audience for its management and popularity. Along with Hadoop big technologies like Pig, Hive and lot of other products also came into picture. Upcoming technologies like Spark, NoSQL databases and Google's Map reduce are also hitting the tech giants to solve complex problems. There are lot of proprietary and open source technologies in market which could be used to manage the data handling problems in big data environment. In this paper we will discuss the few technologies and the level application in small scale, mid scale and big scale industries.

Keywords: Big data, Hive, Pig, Spark, Framework, Technologies

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