Cloud computing can solve your issues of handling Big Data in a limited budget, as it gives you the option of customizing it as per your need and then you only have to pay for what you are using.
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Big Data has become a universal term for all sort of data, structured or unstructured, existing
around us. All sorts of records from government’s paperwork to hospital records are being
archived in this Big Data. It is difficult to categorize this Big Data under any specific
explanation, but the thing which is clear is that this new IT development is helping businesses.
Before Big Data, another technology called cloud computing helped the business in a significant
way. It not only reduced costs but also made a variety of applications available for the smaller
businesses. As of now, the cloud is growing at a steady pace, majorly because of the explosion of
information on the web. This significant growth in the information is because of the growing
usage of social media, a platform where apart from common users, marketers are also generating
heaps of data on daily basis.
The last five years statistic on Big Data generation by businessintelligence.com shows that,
• 2.3 Trillion Gigabytes of data are being created on daily basis
• By 2020 this data will reach to 43 Trillion Gigabytes
• Most companies in the US already have at least 100 Terabytes of stored data
Now the question is How to manage these volumes of data?
The solution to this trouble is the effective amalgamation of cloud computing and big data, as
together they can provide the essential solution for big data and business analytics. The
combination of these two will not only make big data accommodating but also scalable. The
other advantages of this effective combination can be:
With the massive inflow of data, the traditional infrastructure has no chance to stand for very
long in storing and managing data. Cloud computing can be the solution for the better and
effective management of such volumes of data, all you have to do is to set a cloud database,
through which your company can have multiple of virtual servers.
Cloud computing can solve your issues of handling Big Data in a limited budget, as it gives you
the option of customizing it as per your need and then you only have to pay for what you are
using. Instead of setting costly IT departments and hardware upgradation, you can just host their
Big Data on off-site servers.
As the social media has picked up its momentum tremendously, it is also generating extremely
heavy volumes of data. The volume is not the problem here, the actual struggle processing it.
The data which is generated through social media is unstructured and chaotic; majorly in the
form of posts, tweets, images, videos, blogs, and more. This unstructured data cannot be
processed under a single category. Now with the use of Big Data Analytics platforms, this data
can be processed and cloud computing can help in making this process easier and more
importantly accessible to all kinds of enterprises.
Instead of installing more physical servers, could commuting can provide an effective solution of
unlimited resources for the processing and storage of the volumes of data.
In recent times, the big data has emerged as a new paradigm which is providing abundant data
and opportunities in various dimensions. At the same time the cloud computing in providing the
fundamental support which can address the challenges of computing, storage, networking and
analytical software. To sustain in the ever-evolving world of technology and fostering the
impressive Big Data advancements, it is essential to amalgamate these two in an effective