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8/18/2015 | 6:24:22 AM
Re: Google Cloud Dataflow and Google Cloud Pub/Sub
"Google has made some valuable additions to its cloud portfolio as they continue to emphasize performance and scale. Google Cloud Dataflow can possibly replace Hadoop, as it enables the fusion of disparate sources of data in a single processing pipeline. On the other hand, Google Cloud Pub/Sub helps in managing data streams in real time."

RishabhSoft, can you explain how Google Datatflow is superior to Hadoop? What are its major attraction and drawbacks.
RishabhSoft
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8/17/2015 | 3:55:21 AM
Google Cloud Dataflow and Google Cloud Pub/Sub

Google has made some valuable additions to its cloud portfolio as they continue to emphasize performance and scale. Google Cloud Dataflow can possibly replace Hadoop, as it enables the fusion of disparate sources of data in a single processing pipeline. On the other hand, Google Cloud Pub/Sub helps in managing data streams in real time.


The launch of both these services is going to strengthen Google's portfolio of cloud-based focused data analysis tools and complement Google BigQuery, the company's commercial service that processes large sets of unstructured data.


It would be interesting to see how Google leverages these new platforms going forward!

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8/13/2015 | 6:11:36 PM
Google Big Data lineage
Google was an innovator in Big Data before the term had come into being through its creation of BigTable in 2004. MapReduce was created in part to load and modify data in BigTable, and MapReduce of course lead eventually to Hadoop. A version of BigTable finally became public May 6, one sign of how slow Google has been to get some of its innovations into the public sphere and gain the credit and stature for having done so. BigTable underlles Google Datastore, announced as part of Google's Cloud Platorm at Google I/O in May 2013.


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