Pure Play/Managed HaaS would be the winner among other Haas segments

The report on hadoop as a service is an excellent piece of work for hadoop market participants to get a wider understanding on it. The report is titled “Global Hadoop-as-a-Service (HaaS) Market (Deployment Types, End User and Geography) - Size, Share, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast, 2013 – 2020.”

One segment that is forecast to be a winner is the Pure Play/Managed HaaS.

Managed HaaS manages the service solutions swiftly to implement the hadoop needs. One reason for its soaring popularity is that it can be used by any type of organization; especially those organization who don’t have technical domain and has continuous flow of data. Also, companies such as IBM provide complete hadoop services to rip off the burden and assist its clients to concentrate on their core work.

“There might be differences in the way services are provided to the customers. Some companies may require interference from the customers at times to scale and change the number of nodes operating based on workloads. On the other hand, Artiscale is a company that provides a complete solution for customers’ hadoop needs. It eliminates any need for interference even for managing the hadoop functioning. It offers specific tools to customers such as Hive, Pig and R.,” AMR analyst.

Analyst further added, “These tools are designed with the aim of making hadoop management an easy task for even non-techie people. These tools run on specific languages that are much easier than java code input method and therefore make the job submission task easier.”

Hence, the report estimated pure play Haas or managed Haas to be a prominent sector in the overall haas market. North America had the largest share in the year 2013 and would grow significantly by 2020.

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