90% of the data in the world has been produced in the last two years. An Internet minute produces countless Tweets, Blog posts, Google searches and other digital content. By the end of 2020, we will see a far greater explosion of the Data produced by the Internet of Things: Cisco expects more than 50 Billion things to be connected by 2020. Feel free to have a look at Cisco’s Live Connections Counter!
However Big Data is not only measured by great amounts of data. The four V model can help us in better understanding Big Data:
Other characteristics to also look at when dealing with Big Data are the variety of the data (structured or unstructured data), the speed with which the data can be analysed and finally the value derived from the data.
Lastly traditional Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing technologies are unfit to…
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