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Hadoop Ecosystem – A Quick Glance

What do Pig, Kangaroo, Eagle, and Phoenix have in common? Hadoop! We got some interesting technologies with curious names in Hadoop ecosystem. Azkaban is bloody wicked. H20 and Sparkling Water compete in the same space. Rethink, Couch, Dynamo, and Gemfire … Continue reading

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Decision Matrix for Big Data Tools and Technologies

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Introducing Pivotal HD 2.0

Pivotal HD 2.0 is a commercial distribution of Apache Hadoop 2.2. Along with that it brings an in-memory, SQL database to Hadoop through seamless integration, Pivotal GemFire XD – a SQL compliant, in-memory database designed for real-time analytics for Big … Continue reading

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EMC Isilon and RainStor for Big Data Management

Big Data creates petabytes of data that organizations can readily mine to discover patterns and trends. Although Hadoop provides a comparatively inexpensive way to manage massive amounts of data, it is difficult to manage as the Hadoop cluster grows big. … Continue reading

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Enterprise Infrastructure for Hadoop

Hadoop sandboxes rely on commodity hardware with direct attached storage (DAS). These implementations make it difficult to scale out on storage separately as Hadoop requires three or more copies of data residing within the internal drive of a server unit. … Continue reading

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Hosting Big Data

Rackspace recently introduced its new Big Data hosting options – customize your configuration for managing big data platform, run Hadoop on the public cloud, or configure your own private cloud. Rackspace eliminates the complex process of building and maintaining a … Continue reading

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Difference between MapReduce 1.0 and MapReduce 2.0

Apache Hadoop, introduced in 2005 has a core MapReduce processing engine to support distributed processing of large-scale data workloads. Several years later, there are major changes to the core MapReduce so that Hadoop framework not just supports MapReduce but other … Continue reading

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