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DUBLIN, November 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets
( have announced the addition of the "Big Data Market By Types (Hardware; Software; Services; BDaaS - HaaS; Analytics; Visualization as Service); By Software (Hadoop, Big Data Analytics and Databases, System Software (IMDB, IMC): Worldwide Forecasts & Analysis (2013 - 2018)" report to their offering.

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Modern world today relies on precise and accurate data for effective decision making. Big Data has become one of the most crucial factors for the success of business in various verticals. Many developing countries are also focusing on adopting this technology. The major driving force for this technology would be the rising unstructured data from several sources and the constant need of enterprises to optimize large workloads of data to enhance the overall efficiency of system. However, there are few major inhibitors in the advancement of technology such as lack of skilled personnel and lack of security measures and solutions. But, with the establishment of advanced training & learning centers and by launching various certification courses the issue has been addressed.

The report is primarily focused on providing the complete rear view image of big data market in respect to its technology, solutions, hardware, software and services. The report also provides business case analysis of the concept. The business case analysis includes how it had generated real value and brought new innovation among the business models and technologies. The report would also provide the basic insight how uniquely this market will evolve over the next five years.

Besides, covering the basic technology and solutions in different sub segments, the report also focuses on different regional markets for each of the segments of verticals and services. The vertical market size is forecasted for different regions such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa and Latin America.

The report also focuses on the major driving forces, restraints, opportunities in big data market. It also provides basic insights in to the vendor ecosystem that is how it has evolved and created real value to the end users.

Key Topics Covered

1 Introduction
1.1 Research Overview
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Market Overview

2 Executive Summary
2.1 Abstract
2.2 Overall Market Size

3 Market Ecosystem & Dynamics
3.1 Market Ecosystem
3.2 Market Dynamics

4 Big Data: Market Size, Analysis & Forecast By Types
4.1 Overview & Introduction
4.2 Types Of Software
4.3 Types Of Hardware
4.4 Types Of Services

5 Big Data As A Service: Market Size, Analysis & Forecast
5.1 Overview

6 Big Data: Market Size & Forecast, By End Users
6.1 Market Analysis By Verticals

7 Big Data: Market Size & Forecast, By Regions

8 Big Data: Market Analysis, Trends & Insights
8.1 Business Case Analysis

9 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned

- Accenture
- Amazon Web Services
- Cisco
- Cloudera
- Dell
- Emc
- Gooddata Corporation
- Guavus
- Hitachi Data Systems
- HP
- Key Innovators
- Microsoft
- Mu Sigma
- Netapp
- Opera Solutions
- Oracle
- Platfora
- Qliktech
- Sap
- Sas
- Sisense
- Splunk
- Sqrrl
- Tableau Software
- Teradata
- Tidemark Systems

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