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  • Maybe Hadoop Providers Can Protect Your Data After All

    There’s one thing no one in the Hadoop community will argue about — namely, that the big data crunching technology’s enterprise features are growing quickly. In fact, that may be one of the best things about the highly competitive market. Every vendor is continuously raising its game to win customers.

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  • Apache What a Zoo

    Apache: What a Zoo

    "Someone told me it’s all happening at the zoo ..." If you're old enough to remember Simon and Garfunkel, you may appreciate that 48 years ago this month, their song “At the Zoo” entered the Billboard Top 10.

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  • Cloudera Doesn't Spark Hadoop Wars, Really?

    Don’t tell Oracle’s head honcho Larry Ellison that some of his former employees have taken a page from his book, but darn if geeks at Cloudera aren’t saying inflammatory things about the competition. In this case, the competition is Pivotal Software and certain members of the Open Data Platform  (ODP)

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  • Oh Please Cloudera Its Not Game Over Yet

    Oh Please Cloudera: It's Not Game Over Yet

    You know the kid on the block who claims victory even though the game is still being played — and when you ask him why he thinks he’s won, his answer is “because I said so?" It seems that Tom Reilly, CEO of Hadoop distro provider Cloudera, might have borrowed

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  • Big Data Bits: Strata + Hadoop World Rewind

    Last week was huge in the booming world of big data with vendors simultaneously chasing market share and sharing innovations on the big stage at Strata + Hadoop World in San Jose, Calif.

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  • Are Hortonworks Numbers Better Than You Think

    Are Hortonworks Numbers Better Than You Think?

    When the analysts pore over Hortonworks financial results this morning, company President Herb Cunitz thinks he knows what they will say. Some will note that the Hadoop distro provider beat the street.

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  • Who Wants an Open Data Platform Anyways?

    It turns out that some people do, in fact, want an Open Data Platform. Despite all of the brouhaha that might have gone down last week, first around Pivotal Software’s Data Event and then at Strata and Hadoop World, some of the vendors and companies that have signed onto the 

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  • Does Hadoop Need Saving

    Does Hadoop Need Saving?

    It was a big week for big data in Silicon Valley where O’Reilly’s Strata & Hadoop World Conference is ending today.

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  • MapR Closes the Big DatatoAction Loop

    MapR Closes the Big Data-to-Action Loop

    Everyone knows the time from data-to-action can be critical to winning business, regardless of the variety, velocity, variability and volume of information involved in the process.

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  • Big Data for Geeks and Non-Geeks, Thanks Microsoft

    Microsoft aims to do one thing better than anyone else: bring the power of productivity tools, big data, machine learning and data driven insight to both every day Jacks and Jills and geeks, and makes it look simple.

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  • EMC/VMware Spinoff Pivotal Tests Big Data's Golden Rule

    What’s good for the community is good for business. This is the new golden rule. Or at least that seems to be the case in the world of big data, where most commercial solutions are open source at their core.

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  • What Big Secret Will Pivotal Unveil Next Week?

    While it’s no secret that Pivotal is making a big announcement on Feb.

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  • Big Data Gets Smarter Infographic

    Big Data Gets Smarter [Infographic]

    Data scientists may be scarce, but big data news certainly isn’t. Quite frankly it’s hard to keep up with it all. While in a world of unlimited space and time we’d be able to shed light on everything that’s notable, we can’t because our world is a bit more limited.

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  • Hortonworks Spreads its Open Source Wings to Bring Governance to Hadoop

    Hortonworks Spreads its Open Source Wings to Bring Governance to Hadoop

    We all know Hortonworks is committed to open source, insisting that it’s the way to innovate on Hadoop and deliver the best enterprise-grade technology to the marketplace. And though its main competitor, Cloudera (or at least a member of its management team) may have taunted that Hortonworks’ business model is

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