Big Data and the Cloud: Are Your Pipes About to Burst?

 
 
 
By Michael Pastore  |  Posted 2014-06-30 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Big Data and the Cloud

Despite the exponential growth in data that's being created, transported, and stored, organizations are still planning to move Big Data applications like NoSQL and other large analytic workloads to the cloud.

In an era of tremendous data growth and a trend toward moving data and applications to the cloud, IT organizations need to develop a network strategy that keeps their data flowing and secure in order to deliver high-performance applications.

 Despite the exponential growth in data that's being created, transported, and stored, organizations are still planning to move Big Data applications like NoSQL and other large analytic workloads to the cloud. This combination of large data sets, demanding workloads, and the cloud will require businesses to create networks with enough bandwidth to handle the data and ensure applications perform to the levels their users expect.

Both IT managers and CIOs alike have a number of concerns about their networks, ranging from their cost of operation, to performance bottlenecks, and more. IT managers specifically cite security, cost, and scalability as three areas where their networks can improve.

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