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on 29 October 2013

Big Data comes with big choices, in every way! From the tools you use to the investment you make in people and infrastructure. Although Hadoop is arguably the most popular Big Data platform, there are still many implementation and even more add-ons to choose from. To help you decide which one works best for your needs, we recently sponsored the Hadoop Buyer’s Guide, which contains a series of guidelines to guide you along the buying process.

We hope you enjoy reading it!

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