Improving The New Data Management Technologies And Leverage

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In the present juncture, data is the most significant entity for almost every type of organization. Be it software, hardware, healthcare, banking, government, scientific, etc., one of the most crucial part for the success of such organizations relies on how they manage their data and with the passage of time, amount of data is being increased radically which is making it quite difficult for the organizations to manage their data in an efficient manner.
Our project focuses on to provide optimal solutions for such organization which would enable them to overcome obstacles of dealing with such large data and yet have better performance than their existing systems. Moreover, the solution that we strive to provide would be cost effective as to
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We also studied and compared new emerging NoSQL databases like Cassandra, Accumulo, CouchDB, Hbase, MongoDB etc. to find the best solution for organizations in accordance with their requirements.
With the technologies being evolved frequently, organizations would have to continuously look for new database technologies that would help them to deliver on the current business demands and growing complexity of applications. Scarcity of knowledge for evolving technologies makes it significant for organizations to decide wisely. Usage of some particular databases might benefit few organizations but not the rest. So it’s important to first understand the need of the organizations and then find the best solution for their requirements.
As the time progresses, amount of data in various enterprises will keep on increasing and therefore, companies will need to continuously evaluate the latest tools and technologies to manage their data in best possible way such that they could respond to market demands quickly. This leads to continuous improvement of current technologies and also paves the way for the development of new technologies in the future.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. PROJECT OVERVIEW 5
1.1 STATE OF THE ART 6
1.2 WHY THIS TOPIC IS INTERESTING? 7
2. PROBLEM STATEMENT 8
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