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The Ecosystem Has No Center

A lively, diverse ecosystem of Apache products has developed in the big data space. This ecosystem is structured to evolve so that it may survive decades, potentially outlasting any individual component. Central coordination would limit this ecosystem.  Apache has no…
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Mobile World Congress, Big Data, and Telecoms in 2015

In 2015, consumers will continue to share more data about themselves in return for more personalized services. Yet those consumers will also become more concerned with protecting their privacy. Data is streaming from devices, networks, sensors, and machines at an…
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Cloudera to Release First Recursive Hadoop Stack

Cloudera to Release First Recursive Hadoop Stack Promises ease-of-use of MapReduce and speed of Hive! PALO ALTO, Calif., April 1, 2015: Cloudera, the leader in enterprise analytic data management powered by Apache Hadoop™, today announced the pending release of Spark-on-Hive-on-MapReduce-on-Spark-on-Oozie-on-HBase-on-Hive-on-Spark-on-Flume-on-HDFS-on-Impala-on-Spark-on-Hive-on-MapReduce-on-Spark-on-Oozie-on-HBase-on-Hive-on-Spark-on-Flume-on-HDFS-on-Impala-on-Spark-on-Hive-on-MapReduce-on-Spark-on-Oozie-on-HBase-on-Hive-on-Spark-on-Flume-on-HDFS-on-Impala-on-…, the…
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Why I Joined Cloudera: A Focus on Open Source

Why I joined Cloudera, in a nutshell:  Search is critical to extracting value from Big Data, Apache Hadoop is the foundation of Big Data, and Cloudera is the leader in Hadoop. Of course, there’s a little more to it.  As…
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A Look at Apache Solr as the Open Standard for Search

This blog was penned by the following Clouderans: Alex Gutow, Justin Kestelyn and Eva Andreasson. Building an open and integrated enterprise data hub goes beyond just utilizing arbitrary open source components. As described in, “Compatibility and Innovation: Where One Ends,…
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