For the past couple of decades, Java programmers have been building vast numbers of web apps generating petabytes of log data.
Just before Hadoop 2.0 and YARN hit the shelves, Microsoft reveal their piece to the enterprise puzzle – the fault-tolerant REEF framework.
Theres a new project in the Apache Incubator, as LinkedIn pushes their stream processing framework to the open source foundation.
Andreas Neumann and Terence Yim of Continuuity present YARN, a new resource manager in Hadoop that improves availability, scalability, security and multi-tenancy, while decoupling cluster management from the MapReduce engine. The duo will also discuss Weave, an open source framework that greatly simplifies YARN usage. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Twitter and AirBnB are already using the distributed resource manager – are more set to follow suit?
After rigorous testing, the company spun out of VMware and EMC technologies have made their Hadoop stack available for download. But what makes it stand out?
The Palo Alto company look in rude health following Hadoop Summit, thanks to a welcome update for HDP 2.0
The components of Hadoop 2.0 are coming together nicely. Continuuity aim to make the learning curve easier for YARN with their newest tool.
The latest version of Hortonworks main Hadoop data platform suggests company is on track for 100x faster SQL querying
Already used by social networking giants Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, is Apache Giraph set to lead the charge for scalable social graphs?
With their competition placing faith in new solutions, the Yahoo spinoff opt to renovate and improve Hadoop veteran Hive.
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