Hadoop has come a long way since its inception. From its early days as a platform, to an index for the Web, it has evolved to its current interactive, real-time and batch processing capabilities spanning gigabytes to petabytes of content. However, as enterprises move Hadoop from pilot to production environments, they are finding the "on-boarding" process slow and complicated.
Along with Hadoop, other Big Data technologies are complex and challenging to set up, sometimes generating large costs for support and maintenance. This is not a scalable model for customers who want to efficiently move Hadoop into production networks. That said, here's a breakdown of the five ways automation speeds up the Big Data on-boarding process from Big Data management and security vendor Zettaset.
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