Hyperscale

Hyperscale computing refers to the infrastructure and provisioning needed in distributed computing environments for effectively scaling from several servers to thousands of servers. Hyperscale computing is often employed in environments like cloud computing and big data and is commonly associated with platforms like Apache Hadoop.

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1. What is Apache Hadoop?
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4. What is Hadoop Distributed File System?
5. What is unstructured data?

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