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The present and future of Hadoop from its creator Doug Cutting

At Starta + Hadoop world, Hadoop creator Dough Cutting explained Hadoop and talked more about its present and future. Doug talked about:

Big Data

Microsoft's Azure cloud launches a marketplace with a slew of new partners

SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft intends to go to market in the cloud business with pretty much everyone who’s everyone. Today at the Microsoft Cloud Briefing event, executives announced support for the hip CoreOS Linux operating system and Cloudera’s distribution of the Hadoop open-source software. 103 more words


Cloudera and Red Hat Forge Big Data Alliance

New Delhi, India, October 19, 2014: Cloudera, the leader in enterprise analytic data management powered by Apache Hadoop, and Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced an alliance to deliver joint enterprise software solutions including data integration and a…

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Cloudera now lets you manage cloud instances just like the real thing

Hadoop vendor Cloudera announced the latest version of its big data distribution on Tuesday, complete with a new visual tool for deploying and managing Hadoop clusters on the Amazon Web Services cloud. 251 more words

Oracle Big Data Lite VM 4.0

Following OpenWorld, Oracle released version 4.0 of their Big Data Appliance Lite Virtual Machine for VirtualBox.

It includes OEL 6.4, RDBMS database with Big Data SQL, Cloudera 5.1.2, NoSQL database 3.0.14 and GoldenGate 12c. 20 more words

Oracle Databases

Who Are the 7 Most Data Rich Companies in the World?

Some companies really get big data. Not only do they realize size matters – they understand you also have to know what to do with it. 64 more words

Business Intelligence

Teradata doubles down on Hadoop again, this time in the cloud and with Cloudera

Data warehouse specialist Teradata is ramping up its Hadoop business again, announcing the company’s Hadoop cloud service as well as a new, tight partnership with Cloudera on Thursday. 409 more words