Hadoop Users Worldwide are Increasingly Shifting to the Cloud

As investments in big data continue to grow, organizations are seeking more efficient and agile solutions to meet their evolving data processing needs.
Rooted in outdated technologies, legacy Hadoop systems fall short of meeting modern benchmarks in scalability, flexibility, and integration with the latest technologies for fast data processing and advanced analytics.
Factors such as high infrastructure overheads, slow performance, and lack of real-time processing diminish the viability of on-premises Hadoop platforms in the current-day data context, driving the transition toward the cloud.
Statistics show that companies that move from legacy to modern cloud-based data solutions experience significant improvements in terms of ROI, cost savings, revenue, productivity, and innovation.
Business leaders and key decision-makers of organizations worldwide are planning a strategic migration of their on-premises Hadoop systems to the modern cloud to stay relevant in the evolving data landscape.
The adoption of cutting-edge cloud platforms such as Databricks, Snowflake, and Microsoft Azure prepares companies for future innovations and advancements in the contemporary cloud space. These data platforms bring advanced data analytics and AI capabilities to the forefront and offer several advantages over traditional Hadoop deployments.

A Strategic Transition to Cloud-native Data Infrastructure

If you are planning to migrate your legacy data environment to the cloud to tap into the true potential of your enterprise data, read the eBook: From Legacy On-Premises Hadoop to Cloud-Native Infrastructure: A Closer Look at Modern Data Solutions like Databricks, Snowflake, and Microsoft Azure.
You’ll learn about:
  • The challenges and the future of legacy Hadoop systems.
  • The growing popularity of modern data platforms like the Databricks Data Lakehouse, Snowflake Data Cloud, and the Microsoft Azure Ecosystem.
  • Real-world use cases and Hadoop migration scenarios.
  • Migration roadmap to achieve the projected business outcomes and ROI.
  • The importance of expert collaboration for business continuity, zero downtime, no data loss, and consistent data access.