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Cloudera bought DataPad because data scientists need tooling, too

Cloudera has acquired a data-visualization startup called DataPad in order to bring DataPad’s employees, rather than its technology, into its fold. News of the acquisition first hit on Monday when DataPad users, myself included, received an email noting an acquisition and the service’s impending shutdown. 439 more words

Cloudera acquires business-intelligence startup DataPad, plans to shutter service

Updated Tuesday at 10:18 p.m. Pacific with Cloudera’s confirmation of the deal.

Big-data company Cloudera has bought business-intelligence startup DataPad, VentureBeat has learned.

A hint of an acquisition came yesterday morning… 240 more words


Cloudera Administration Handbook

A complete, hands-on guide to building and maintaining large Apache Hadopp clusters using Cloudera Manager and CDH5


Big Data

Teradata acquires Think Big Analytics to accelerate growth of its Hadoop and Big Data consulting capability

SAN DIEGO, September 19, 2014: Teradata, the analytic data platforms, marketing applications, and services company, has announced that it acquired Think Big Analytics, Inc., the leading consulting and solutions company focused exclusively on Hadoop and big data solutions. Think Big’s proven Had…

Hadoop Offerings

The table below provides an overview of a selection of the players in the market.

Vendor Product/Offering Value-Add ontop of Hadoop Apache Hadoop (Core) Committers or PMC Uses Hadoop Internally? 581 more words


How do I begin with Hadoop?

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

                                                                                   -Benjamin Franklin

I’m a big fan of practical learning, “implement as you learn” 390 more words


Running MapReduce Design Patterns on Cloudera's CDH5

One of the better books I read so far about MapReduce is ‘MapReduce Design Patterns‘ as I mentioned in my previous post. In this post I describe the steps to get started with running the… 664 more words