Why Organizations Need Big Data and Machine Learning

The gathering and storing an enormous collection of information for ages is Big Data. It is often described by Volume, Variety, Velocity, Variability, and Complexity (V4C): the extreme volume of data, the wide variety of data types, the velocity at which the data, the variability in data and the complexity of getting data must be processed. Although big data doesn’t equate to any specific volume of data, the term is often used to describe terabytes, petabytes, exabytes, zettabytes, and even yottabytes of data captured over time.

Data analyzation

The amount of data that is being created and stored on a global level is almost not capable of imagining, and it just keeps growing. That means there’s, even more, potential to obtain information from various sources insights from business information only a small percentage of data is analyzed.

How this data is sourced?

A large data can come from an extremely vast number of people and from various sources, such as business records, the collected results of scientific experiments or real-time sensors used in the internet of things. Data may be a source, automatic or preprocessed using separate software tools before analytics are applied.

BigData make it possible for Machine Language (ML) algorithms to expose more in involving great attention to deal with patterns and make more timely and exact forecast than ever before, on the other side of the coin, Big data gives major challenges to ML such as distributed computing and model scalability. Today most businesses use BigData to automate their processes and develop new tools that increases productivity and efficiency of their businesses. My company, Sunera Technologies Pvt. Ltd., uses the latest technologies along with BigData, integrated in the business processes. Contact Suneratech today to know more about our automated products and services. 
 
 More info about V4C of BigData

 Organizations collect data from a different source, including websites and applications that enable users to create and share content, business transactions, data from application-to-application and information from indicates or machine-to-machine data. Previously, storing huge data has been a problem — but modern technologies have reduced this burden enormously. Here are more details about V4C, i.e., Velocity, Variety, Variability and Complexity of BigData.
 
 Velocity
 it is measured as data streams (packets of data or data packets) at an unknown speed and must be distributed in a timely manner. Radio Frequency Identification Devices tags, sensors and smart metering are fulfilling the need to deal with a large amount of data in real time.
 
 Variety
 Here the data arrives in all types of formats — from different organizations in patterns, related data in traditional databases to different patterns (which are not in the same format) of text documents, financial transactions, email, video, message, SMS, audio and stock ticker data

Variability

In addition to high velocities and varieties of data, data flows can be fluctuating with appearing peaks. With change in participating in social networking Daily, seasonal and especially one of the important process peak data loads can be difficult and challenging to manage. It would be more challenging with an unstructured data.

Complexity

Getting data from multiple sources, includes major business transactions, which is difficult to link the data — make a proper match and load data by correcting, correlating, cleaning and transforming across the systems, data will get continuously out of control.

Conclusion:

Daily the data is growing very fast which we cannot imagine, ranging from simple to a high degree of complexity.

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