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Tools from new vendors incorporating new big data technologies (such as Hadoop) for distributed and parallel computing and NoSQL data management are rapidly being evaluated and brought into organizations. At the same time, numerous vendors of traditional platforms are offering the same or similar new technologies that are more robust and have more enterprise-ready capabilities than the new technologies can provide. This Checklist Report offers several important items to consider for your data management infrastructure, whether your implementation is on-premises, in the cloud, or a hybrid.

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