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The infrastructure you build for big data, whether you’re looking at software or hardware, will have a huge impact on the analysis and action your big data systems will support. Here are 7 factors that can make a big difference when building your big data architecture.
Big data is a big part of many enterprise IT operations today. According to an IDC forecast, it will be $187 billion big by 2019. It’s a critical part of the analysis that forms the basis of both machine and human business intelligence and decision-making. Since it’s obvious that you can’t have any sort of data — big, little, or exactly right — without some sort of infrastructure, it’s worth taking a look at some of the factors that go into building a successful big data architecture.
I decided to take a look at seven factors that can make a big difference in the effectiveness of your big data infrastructure. Some might seem obvious, while others are a bit more subtle. In practice, all will work together to have a huge impact on the analysis and action your big data systems will support.