Characterizing Big Data Management

Rogério Rossi, Kechi Hirama
Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  •  Volume 12  •  2015  •  pp. 165-180
Big data management is a reality for an increasing number of organizations in many areas and represents a set of challenges involving big data modeling, storage and retrieval, analysis and visualization. However, technological resources, people and processes are crucial to facilitate the management of big data in any kind of organization, allowing information and knowledge from a large volume of data to support decision-making. Big data management can be supported by these three dimensions: technology, people and processes. Hence, this article discusses these dimensions: the technological dimension that is related to storage, analytics and visualization of big data; the human aspects of big data; and, in addition, the process management dimension that involves in a technological and business approach the aspects of big data management.
Big Data, Big Data Management, Big Data Challenges, Big Data Analytics, Decision-Making
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