Cloud Computing Technology Algorithms Capabilities in Managing and Processing Big Data in Business Organizations: MapReduce, Hadoop, Parallel Programming

Document Type: Int. Conf. on Communication Management and Information Technology- ICCMIT'20

Authors

1 PhD Candidate, Department of Management Information System, Cyprus International University, Cyprus/Nicosia.

2 Assistant Professor, Department of Management Information System, Cyprus International University, Cyprus/Nicosia.

Abstract

The objective of this study is to verify the importance of the capabilities of cloud computing services in managing and analyzing big data in business organizations because the rapid development in the use of information technology in general and network technology in particular, has led to the trend of many organizations to make their applications available for use via electronic platforms hosted by various Companies on their servers or so-called cloud computing that have become an excellent opportunity to provide services efficiently and at low cost, but managing big data presents a definite challenge in the cloud space beginning with the processes of extracting, processing data, storing data and analyze it. Through this study, we dealt with the concept of cloud computing and its capabilities in business organizations. We also interpreted the notion of big data and its distinct characteristics and sources. Finally, the relationship between cloud computing with big data was also explained (extraction, storage, analysis).

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