Big Data Administration
Big Data Administrators are responsible for erecting, managing, and maintaining the infrastructure and ecosystem of a Big Data management set up.
They blend their knowledge, experience, and skills on server administration, security, network planning with their exposure to data management processes to also handle clustering, segregation, distribution, mobility, and transfer of inbound and throughput data to ensure data keeps reaching intended points without disruption, contamination, and risk.
Approximately 300k Big Data Administrators are required worldwide in 2017, if we are to leverage the Big Data promise to its fullest.
The other tracks are those of Data Management, Data Visualization, NoSQL management, and Data Warehousing management.