Big Data is not just data that is big. Instead, it is the methodology that is dedicated to analysing, processing and storing larger data sets. This process is used to reveal the patterns, trends and interactions across a set of data, even if they are generally unrelated forms of data. These types of data solutions are typically used when traditional forms of data analysis do not suffice.
There are very distinctive elements that make up Big Data. These characteristics are known by the Five V’s, and act as a straightforward way to understand the make-up of Big Data.
A number of larger organisations and fields use Big Data as a form of gathering information. These include- Government bodies, sections of Healthcare, Education, Media, Information Technology including retail and real-estate, Science and Sports.
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