Due to the high-speed of information generation and the need for data-knowledge conversion, there is an increasing need for data mining algorithms. Clustering is one of the data mining techniques, and its development leads to further understanding of the surrounding environments. In this paper, a dynamic and scalable solution for clustering mixed big data with a lack of data is presented. In this solution, the integration of common distance metrics with the concept of the closest neighborhood, as well as a kind of geometric coding are used. There is also a way to recover missing data in the dataset. By utilizing parallelization and distribution techniques, multiple nodes can be scalable and accelerated. The evaluation of this solution is based on speed, precision, and memory usage criteria compared to other ones.