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Big Data Market Expenditure to Reach USD 23.7 Bn by 2021, Forecasts Mind Commerce in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

06 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The Big Data universe is witnessing dramatic changes across the whole pack comprising security, infrastructure, application, and analytics. The data management industry is migrating from host-based architecture to cloud-based database-centric architecture and operational state model; thus, huge challenges are expected to face the infrastructure security in the offing.

This results in the creation of the evolving ecosystem for Big Data services and technology, infrastructure, security and software solutions, as well as support services. Open source software solutions like Apache Hadoop, Apache Cassandra, and MongoDB play a major part in the marketplace with respect to security properties. Nevertheless, complete infrastructure security includes incentives of a host of players comprising providers of general security solutions.

The total expenditure on Big Data infrastructure and security solutions is projected to reach USD 23.7 billion by 2021.

New research study “Securing Big Data Infrastructure: An Evolving Market Ecosystem” created by Mind Commerce draws up an elaborate picture of the marketplace on a global scale.

The report assesses the components of Big Data framework and security infrastructure in tandem with security challenges associated with Cassandra, Hadoop, and MongoDB. This study canvasses the Big Data infrastructure security market landscape; strategic framework for Big Data protection focusing on components, and describes the landscape of vendors and their solutions.

The publication offers detailed market forecast figures, by geographic area and industry verticals, for enterprise expenditure on Big Data services and technology comprising 3 verticals.

More insightful reports by our partner are available at its page.


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