Social networks engineers open source scheduling framework designed to optimise job scheduling efficiency.
Not a breakfast cereal, but yet another big data solving project straight out of the ASF.
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.
With JAX London, a few weeks away, we caught up with one of the keynoters – Doug Cutting the creator of Big Data sensation Hadoop
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 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
Now Hadoop 1.0 has settled into the fold, we get a glimpse at what the next version will look like, as the team release an alpha ‘preview release’ of Hadoop 2.0
The data revolution has started. Or has it?
A step-by-step guide on how to use Hadoop MapReduce to analyse the effectiveness of an advertising campaign, by Sujee Maniyam
The leading open source BI company is able to gauge demand for popular Big Data sources including Hadoop Hive, HBase, MongoDB, Cassandra and more
Pentaho wants to be part of the Big Data revolution and puts it chips down – what better way to start than opening up Kettle to the community to gain mass adoption
The Apache PMC votes for next major update