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MapR And Cloudera Decline To Join Open Data Platform For Hadoop And Big Data

MapR has declined the invitation to participate in the Open Data Platform (ODP) after careful consideration, as noted in a recent blog post by John Schroeder, the company’s CEO and co-founder. 319 more words

Big Data

Big Analytics Roundup (April 20, 2015)

Top news this week: a couple of Spark maintenance releases, some interesting new Apache projects, an announcement from Hortonworks and some interesting content from Databricks and Teradata. 440 more words

Databricks

Hadoop - Whose to Choose (Part 4)

By David Teplow

Background  

Big Data is the new normal in data centers today – the inevitable result of the fact that so much of what we buy and what we do is now digitally recorded, and so many of the products we use are leaving their own “digital footprint” (known as the “Internet of Things / IoT”). 1,894 more words

Database

Hadoop - Whose to Choose (Part 3)

By David Teplow

Background

Big Data is the new normal in data centers today – the inevitable result of the fact that so much of what we buy and what we do is now digitally recorded, and so many of the products we use are leaving their own “digital footprint” (known as the “Internet of Things / IoT”). 1,053 more words

Database

Enabling Kerberos via Cloudera Manager API

The Python API for Cloudera Manager is very powerful, anything you can do via the UI you can do via the API. I use it a lot for automating cluster initialisation. 771 more words

Automation

The Harvard developer who Jeff Hammerbacher says was better than Mark Zuckerberg

One little nugget that almost got lost in our longer interview with Facebook’s former “data god” and Cloudera co-founder Jeff Hammerbacher was about his early days coding at Harvard with Mark Zuckerberg. 172 more words

Tech

Cloudera's Jeff Hammerbacher on the ugly underbelly of Silicon Valley's startup culture

Jeff Hammerbacher actually had to fly to San Francisco for his PandoMonthly last month. The former Facebook mafia “data god” and Cloudera co-founder made his name and fortune in the Valley, but he’s since moved to New York. 234 more words

Tech