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Choose career with Hybris or Hadoop for java experienced professionals

 
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I have 4+ years experience in Java/J2EE, Spring, Hibernate technologies. Now I want to learn new technology which is related to my experience either Hybris or Hadoop. Any one suggest which one is better for career.
 
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I have never heard of Hybris. What is it? Googling it brings a Swiss company, an android library and an email worm.

I would say since I've never heard of Hybris, go for Hadoop
 
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Hybris is SAP framework which is related to E-Commerce. Spring knowledge is required to learn this.
 
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Hi Srinivas,
I am a Hybris developer and here are the points you might consider:
Pros.
Most options are out of box - you just need to setup the storefront and other stuff like cockpits are auto-created (customization is a pain, though)
Easy to setup and modify the e-commerce solution - with minimal DTO, facade and spring mvc/config changes.

Cons.
It is a closed source/proprietary technology - I've always missed the freedom of open sourced java frameworks here.
You can't get anything apart from their wiki and forums (and they keep on changing their forums a couple of years) on google or elsewhere.
Very restrictive if you are thinking of some customization (it is basically a spring based product instead of a framework that you can build any custom app upon).

I would not go into details for Hadoop (and its ecosystem) as it is already discussed to death in Internet.

The rest is for you to decide!
good luck.
 
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Regardless of which you choose, be aware that you are not going to make a "career" out of a single technology.
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