Unless you have been hiding in a cave for the past two years, you will certainly agree that the hype surrounding big data has been dramatically rising, probably faster than any technology hype to date. And if you believe Gartner, you won’t argue that big data is just about to reach the all-dangerous “peak of inflated expectations” before starting to slide into the infamous “trough of disillusionment” of the hype cycle. After all, this slide into the trough happens to all technologies as they mature, usually right after they “cross the chasm.” Some technologies make it across, some don’t. The ones that come out, do so stronger and deflated of their hype.
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