BigDataFr recommends: Turning Big Data Disillusionment into an Opportunity with Data-as-a-Service Products
[…] Even though analysts publish optimistic forecasts, Big Data is in the trough of disillusionment
Big Data’s descent from the peak of inflated expectations into the trough of disillusionment made a splash when Gartner came out with its 2016 Hype Cycle for Business Intelligence and Analytics. This stage is decisive: Big Data either delivers, and so rises a bit further up the slope of enlightenment to the plateau of productivity, or it doesn’t, and so it slides further down the trough.
The total Data market is expected to nearly double in size, growing from $69.6B in revenue in 2015 to $132.3B in 2020, according to 451 Research. Through 2020, Spending on Cloud-Based Big Data and Analytics (BDA) Technology Will Grow 4.5x Faster Than Spending for On-Premises Solutions, according to IDC.
Business transformation remains an improvement opportunity […]