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India requires a minimum of One Lakh data scientists in next couple of years, the USA alone would face a deficit of 1 lakh 92 thousand data scientists against its requirement of 4 lakh 90 thousand by 2018.

So, Huge job opportunities if you are with Big data Hadoop. Gartner survey said 64 % of Organizations Have Invested or Plan to Invest in Big Data in 2014.So, we believe it has tremendous potential and coming with the motive to support, flourish and nurture Hadoop talent.

Technology has progressed on an immense scale, and this creates the need for IT industries and employees of these industries to take equal steps with technical advancement. In this context, the name of Hadoop deserves mention. It is an open source software project that helps in the distribution processing of large data sets in different commodity servers. It can scale up from a single server to several machines, and it can tolerate a high degree of errors.

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