Several HaaS companies are focusing removing complexities associated with using Hadoop and are adding features to take the company to the next level.
At present, the Hadoop-as-a-Service (or HaaS) Market spans several large and medium -sized enterprises. Big IT giants, enterprise software players and cloud computing vendor are favoring collaborations, mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures to improve their exiting global presence and widen their possibilities to research potential customers. Many smaller companies are seen acquired by major brands to grow both market share and consumer base. Research analysts, at Allied Market Research eyeing the major trends and size reveal that industry is observing the entry of several data analytics vendors who can compete with conventional and on-premise.
Obtaining Business Advantage with Hadoop-as-a-Service Market is Not a Myth
Many facets are seen shifting towards cloud. To fuel this trend Biginsights by IBM, that provides Haddop -as -a -service solutions is enabling major firm to deploy Hadoop in cloud. Undoubtedly, the Haddop market expanding at a rapid pace with technology transforming some important business strategies. Moreover, with SQL as the king, machine is busy learning to become highly popular as more and more millennials exploring the data sector.
Commenting on Biginsights capabilities, Tej Luthra, the global technical advisor at IBM said “Using BigInsights we are able to find out who are your super fans. Five percent of users on your email list account for 38% of your email opens, while 10% are responsible for 51% of your email opens.”
Hadoop-as-a-Service Market Focuses on Alleviating Complexities
To continue their effort to make the deployment for both Big Data application as well as infrastructure easy, companies are busy adding new features. Recently, BlueData was seen shipping update to its existing Elastic Private Instant Cluster platform. This Spring edition is aiming at adding several features to put an end to vexing challenges, that tend to complicate and often slows down the deployments of Big Data. Explaining the challenges addressed by the solution, Kumar Sreekanti, the chief executive officer at BlueData said “Complexity remains a major barrier to adoption for Big Data technologies like Hadoop and Spark.
Eyeing the major developments in the sector, Allied Market Research has published a report titled “World Hadoop-as-a-Service (HaaS) Market - Opportunities and Forecasts, 2013 – 2020.” Research analysts applying qualitative and quantitative research techniques weigh up on the critical business imperative including the growth rate, share and size and major trends. Stakeholders seeking data on the industry in terms of types, end -users and geography would find the study worth their time and investment. Some of the prominent regions covered in the report are North America, Europe, Asia – Pacific and LAMEA.