Gartner turned some heads yesterday with a new study that found fewer companies had plans to invest in big data projects over the next two years. But executives with Cloudera, Teradata, Databricks, and others say they’re seeing a continued expansion in advanced analytic projects, even if they’re not called “big data.”
In June, Gartner conducted an online survey of 199 research clients, who were asked about their big data plans. According to Gartner, the percentage of organizations planning to invest in big data within the next two years fell from 31% when Gartner asked the same question in 2015, to 25% this year.
Author: Alex Woodie