This is the opinion of Joe McKendrick, an independent analyst who is affiliated with Unisphere Research/Information Today, who believes that companies will be looking for people with skills in these areas in the future as well.
"It's open source and therefore can be used free and clear in any and all situations without user licensing issues," he explained.
These two systems will work from the "back end of things", turning big data into a manageable file system that can then be used in most applications.
Mr McKendrick added that those working in commercial jobs at the "front end" will see a growing effort to promote data virtualisation, telling businesses to think of big data as an internal cloud within their organisation that any type of device can access and use to their advantage.
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Source: The Sales Engineer News