At this point, I suspect a lot of us have heard of the three, four, or even seven V’s of big data. The original three V’s – Volume, Velocity, and Variety – appeared in 2001 when Gartner analyst Doug Laney used it to help identify key dimensions of big data. IBM and others added Veracity. Then Viability, Value, Variability, and even Visualization got included. They definitely all matter, parti…
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