The world we live in today is caught in a frenzy over the term big data. The usage of these two words in any context draws attention from executives to data scientists and business users in organizations of any size.

While there are many definitions floating around for the term, here is a simple definition for this discussion: Big data can be defined as data that cannot be processed using traditional data processing techniques due to its characteristics and complexity. 

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