As Cloudera snag an extra $65m in their latest funding round, investors seem confident in big datas economic potential.
We speak to the ex-Yahoo! and Facebook employees aiming to bring the power of Hadoop to the masses.
Social networks engineers open source scheduling framework designed to optimise job scheduling efficiency.
The first in a series of short vox-pop interviews with some of the speakers from this year’s JAX London conference. First up, Chris Mayer had the pleasure of talking to Hadoop creator Doug Cutting discussing the state of Big Data, the projects at Apache and what might be the Holy Grail in the next few years
Data Science-as-a-Service company offer their speedy custom database technology to the world.
The second keynote of Tuesday was given by the Hadoop creator himself Doug Cutting, providing an excellent overview into Big Data and the project he founded.
Creator of Clojure and Datomic, Rich Hickey delivers this excellent JAXconf keynote about how the definition of values has changed in light of the increasing complexity of information technology and the advent of Big Data. A talk relevant for anyone in the industry, that leaves no stone unturned. Filming Courtesy of Marakana Tech TV – marakana.com
Java-based graph database gets new grammar elements and zero-downtime updates in latest release.
Just you, a code editor, and our super simple REST API, is the promise of a new service designed to simplify storage and analysis of big data.
Having been in development for over a year, version 9.2 of the hipsters choice of database is now available to download.
JAX Conference Chair Sebastian Meyen offers his views on what changes Java needs to make to continue along the right path
The data revolution has started. Or has it?
New research from IDC suggest that the already thriving Hadoop/MapReduce ecosystem is set to grow bigger, estimated to be worth a cool $812.8m come 2016
VMware announce the availability of the entire Spring 3.1 Release Train plus announce some interesting stats too…