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Oct 18 2018   4:49PM GMT

3Vs (volume, variety and velocity)

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3Vs (volume, variety and velocity) are three defining properties or dimensions of big data. Continued…

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“Industry experts typically classify big data using the 3Vs model: volume, variety and velocity. This categorization holds up whether your business handles enterprise applications with large data sets or whether it’s a consumer-facing startup with tens of thousands of users for your social app.” – Twain Taylor

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