Apache Hadoop Previous Solutions

ITexp677
IT Expert at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had a very old version of Hadoop which was already installed by another company and we upgraded it. We didn't really switch we just upgraded what was here. View full review »
Samuel Feinberg
Analytics Platform Manager at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
There are the older relational database technologies: Netezza, SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, Teradata. All have some advantages and some disadvantages. Most notably, they are all significantly more expensive in terms of the capital expense, rather than the operational expense. They are "walled-garden," so to speak, that are curated and have a distinct set of tools that work with them, and not the bleeding-edge ingenuity that comes with an open-source platform. Data warehousing is 30 years old, at least. Big data is, in its current form, has only been around for four or five years old. View full review »
reviewer860583
Data Scientist at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
We used the more traditional database solutions such as SAP IQ and Data Marks, but now it's changing more towards Data Science and Big Data. We are a smaller infrastructure, so that's how we are set up. View full review »
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YogeshThakkar
Technical Architect at RBSG Internet Operations
We didn't previously use a different solution. View full review »
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