Syncsort, which is in the Big Data business itself, said that 62 percent of its respondents will optimise their enterprise data warehouses by sending data and batch workloads to Hadoop.
And 69 percent of the people it polled said they expect to make their enterprise wide data available in Hadoop.
Meanwhile just over half of the respondents are likely to spend between five to 10 percent of their budgets on Big Data projects.
Over seventy percent of the respondents work for companies with turnovers of over $50 million plus.
It seems that the IT guys don’t have problems proving the benefits of Big Data to the senior suits that authorise the buys. It appears from the survey that less than 25 percent of those polled have problems allocating budgets to their Big Data plans.