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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 10, October 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Era Of Big Data: A Thorough Inspection In The Building Blocks Of Future Generation Data Management

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AUTHOR(S)

Zeinab Lashkaripour

 

KEYWORDS

Big Data (BD), Big Data Analytic (BDA), Cloud Computing (CC), future generation, Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning (ML), storage infrastructure, technology.

 

ABSTRACT

Data as one of the main assets in any organization, is generated at a constantly increasing pace from various sources of network devices such as smart appliances and embedded sensors. This high pace in device expansion and data generation indicates the dawn of Big Data (BD) era. Thus, this paper is aimed at providing an extensive knowledge on this ever increasing pool of data. Accordingly, a variety of events leading to BD and definitions given for it through the years are demonstrated and analyzed based on different factors. Furthermore, the infrastructures and architectures for storing, processing, manipulating, and analyzing such large-scale scheme-free datasets are compared with respect to criteria such as usage, performance, flexibility, scalability, and complexity. Moreover, for better understanding of BD, the related technologies named Cloud Computing (CC) and Internet of Things (IoT) and the broad sources of data generation are also presented. Finally, the challenges that rise beside all the gains are discussed and to conclude, a novel summarize of the issues in CC, IoT, and BD is also given. This paper would be of great value to those who seek to study, research, and work in this scientific field and demand a full dimensional perspective.

 

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