Here are the steps to migrate from Hadoop On-Premise to Google Cloud.
In the past few months, cloud computing platforms have seen skyrocketing growth in the wake of the pandemic. The cloud market is estimated to grow from $371.4 billion from 2020 to $832.1 billion in 2025, at a CAGR of 17.5%. Meanwhile, tech giants have been working to make cloud systems more affordable and accessible to startups, application developers and enterprises.
The number of job openings in the cloud sector, ranging from cloud network engineer to cloud developer to cloud architect, has increased exponentially compared to the last two years. Previously, we discussed the steps to migrate from Hadoop on-premise to Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Here, we will explain how to move the data from Hadoop on-premise to Microsoft Azure.
Before discussing the steps, let’s look at some of the benefits in migrating to Azure HDInsight.
Primarily, you have two key options to migrate data from Hadoop on-premises to Azure HDInsight:
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