Monthly Archive: May 2016
Dinah Washington sang “what a difference a day makes” and having lived in London for a year this month, I’m feeling that multiplied by 365! And what a year it has been…. I joined Hortonworks back in 2012 when the company was barely 8 months old and moved to be part of the International team […]
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Part 1: A Little History In this series of blog posts, we will provide an in-depth look select features introduced with the release of Apache Storm (Storm) 1.0. To kick off the series, we’ll take a look how Storm has evolved over the years from its beginnings as an open source project, up to the […]
This blog focuses on moving streaming analytics outside the confines of the traditional data center. Moving streaming analytics closer to where data originates can be accomplished by leveraging an enterprise grade data movement application, married with an extremely lightweight streaming engine. This combination is being used by forward-looking organizations to solve usage cases in a […]
Apache Hadoop® exists within a broader ecosystem of enterprise analytical packages. This includes ETL tools, ERP and CRM systems, enterprise data warehouses, data marts and others. Modern workloads flow from these various traditional analytical sources into Hadoop and then often back out again. What dataset came from which system, when and how did it change over […]