Incorporating new sources: Hadoop and big data
Hadoop provides a fault-tolerant distributed processing environment for managing and processing massive semi-structured and structured data, such as social data, web logs, sensor data, and images. Collectively, these forms of data and the volume and speed at which they are generated in today’s world has led to the coinage of the term big data. With the explosion in big data, Hadoop has become a critical, scalable platform for processing it. Furthermore, it is imperative for data warehouse environments ...

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