The latest version of Hortonworks main Hadoop data platform suggests company is on track for 100x faster SQL querying
Every Hadoop vendor wants to be different. MapR opt for NoSQL approach to their special Hadoop sauce
They might be late to the dance, but Platfora’s Hadoop-preaching BI solution looks to be worth the wait.
An extra $30m in the bank should help MapR to compete with the giants crashing the Hadoop distribution market
With their competition placing faith in new solutions, the Yahoo spinoff opt to renovate and improve Hadoop veteran Hive.
The latest Hortonworks Data Platform brings an important Hadoop management tool for novices. Could it give them the edge over other Hadoop vendors?
The year of Big Data may be over, but the rides only just begun. Heres why JAXenter is still excited by the buzzword in the coming year.
The Hadoop vendor are the first to really capitalise on real-time with this new open source querying project. Will it pave the way for the rest to follow?
With their competitors treading into the alpha waters of Hadoop 2.0, Hortonworks hold steady with their Data Platform adding in some nifty new features
Big data and analytics go hand-in-hand, yet the technology for processing isn’t at that level. Just yet. Apache Drill, based upon Google Dremel aims to change things. Is it a Hadoop killer? It doesn’t look like it…
With Google’s recent shapeshifting towards cloud, this was inevitable – putting it all under the Google Cloud Platform name and offering it up speciallists to play with
With partnerships and deals being struck up daily, we take stock of the Hadoop space and who has positioned themselves the best for the coming months. Some are suggesting it won’t matter though…
Yet more exciting Hadoop announcements this week, as MapR deploy Version 2.0 of its MapR Distribution and reveal a tie-in with Amazon Elastic MapReduce service
Once you’ve made one Hadoop announcement, they then come in droves. Welcome Project Serengeti to ease Hadoop transition and Spring for Apache Hadoop 1.0 M2, bringing in enterprise-looking features