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It’s been an amazing year of expansion for the Hadoop ecosystem. If you’re looking to use Hadoop in your infrastructure, see how these hundreds of amazing partners can help. If you would like to become a partner, come talk to us – we’d love to have you on-board.

The Hortonworks partner program has had a terrific year across many different measures not the least of which is the fact that the Hortonworks partner community grew by more than 240 percent.…

Today we announced the expansion of our strategic relationship with HP enabling HP to resell Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). As data volumes grow and new data sources emerge it is important for enterprises have access to production ready enterprise Apache Hadoop to meet their big data needs.

With HDP, HP customers can now seamlessly incorporate Hadoop into their modern data architectures to power a variety of new applications and to support existing ones with additional data sources.…

Today our strategic partner Microsoft announced the General Availability of HDInsight Service: the Azure based enterprise Hadoop cloud service is now ready for production workloads! We are excited to see this service move into general availability as a key milestone in a longstanding engineering partnership between our two organizations.

Application Portability: Deploy Hadoop On-Premise and/or Scale with the Cloud

With HDP for Windows and HDInsight Service there is unprecedented choice for Windows enterprises for their Hadoop deployments.…

Today, with overwhelming partner support, we announced GA of Hortonworks Data Platform 2.0 (HDP 2.0).  With 17 certified partners and many more in the works, organizations can confidently get started taking advantage of Hadoop 2.0 its YARN based architecture knowing that the technologies they rely on, run on HDP 2.0.

With a YARN-based architecture that serves as the operating system for Hadoop, HDP 2.0 takes Hadoop beyond single-use, batch processing to a fully functional,  multi-use platform that enables batch, interactive, online and stream processing.…

Today we are delighted to announce the release of Hortonworks Data Platform v1.3 for Windows. With this release, our HDP distributions for Hadoop have reached parity enabling seamless application portability across Linux and Windows platforms.

Hadoop represents the future of the enterprise data platform and we have made it our mission to deliver Hadoop as far and wide as possible: from Linux to Windows, from the Enterprise Data Center to the cloud and we’re very proud of this latest product release as we deliver on that mission.…

Implementing and integrating Hadoop  to complement existing EDW, RDBMS and Discovery Systems is all part of realizing a Modern Data Architecture for a business which unlocks the opportunities that big data provides for new insight and competitive edge.

That is why we were excited to take part in Cisco and NetApp’s joint announcement of their FlexPod Portfolio because it brings new engineered offerings to the market for enterprises looking to take advantage of Hadoop.…

The following is a guest post from Scott Gnau, President, Teradata Labs

I continue to be astonished by the evolution of Apache Hadoop, the software framework for large scale computing that has flourished thanks to a dynamic open source ecosystem. An army of contributors, including the smart engineers and contributors at Hortonworks, constantly refines Hadoop’s ability to manage massive amounts of data on computer clusters via MapReduce processing and the underlying Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS).…

Today our partner Teradata announced a new offering called the Teradata Portfolio for Hadoop, which is built upon the 100% open source Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). The new products and expanded partnership with Hortonworks offers customers a flexible choice of deployment offerings for Apache Hadoop from one of the most trusted vendors in the data management market worldwide.

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Teradata have been helping their customers to get more value from their data for more than 30 years so this is a natural next step as organizations are looking to evolve their data architectures to capture net new data sources and create new applications.…

Today Concurrent announced that we have certified the Hortonworks Data Platform  against the Cascading application framework. As Hadoop adoption continues to grow more organizations are looking to take advantage of new data types and build new applications for the enterprise. By combining our enterprise-grade data platform and unparalleled growing ecosystem with the power, maturity and broad platform support of Concurrent’s Cascading application framework, we have now closed the modeling, development and production loop for all data-oriented applications.…

Hadoop Summit 2013 in San Jose is approaching quickly and in just a few weeks attendees will have the opportunity to learn all of the up and coming advances in the world of Apache Hadoop and Big Data. You can still register here!

Here are ten great reasons to pencil “Hadoop Summit 2013” into your calendar:

  • Informative and exciting keynotes Keynotes will be given by Jer Thorpe, an artist and educator known for exploring the many-folded boundaries between science, data, art and culture and Merv Adrian, VP of research at Gartner who follows database, big data, NoSQL and adjacent technologies.
  • Today we announced a strategic alliance with operational intelligence leader Splunk. We are excited to be strengthening our relationship with Splunk and expanding the Apache Hadoop ecosystem and we expect this to further drive open source innovation. Additionally this alliance is further proof of Hadoop’s maturation as a key component of the next generation enterprise architecture.

    One of the key benefits of the partnership is that it enables organizations to easily take advantage of the massive scale out storage and processing capabilities of Apache Hadoop with Splunk Enterprise via Splunk Hadoop Connect, which easily and reliably moves data between Splunk Enterprise and Hadoop.…

    Today we are very excited to announce that Hortonworks Data Platform for Windows (HDP for Windows) is now generally available and ready to support the most demanding production workloads.

    We have been blown away with the number and size of organizations who have downloaded the beta bits of this 100% open source, and native to Windows distribution of Hadoop and engaged Hortonworks and Microsoft around evolving their data architecture to respond to the challenges of enterprise big data.…

    As a preview to the April 30th webinar: Hadoop & the EDW: When to Use Which, Chad Meley, Global Director of Marketing at Teradata, interviewed the two luminary speakers, Eric Baldeschwieler (aka “eric14”) and Stephen Brobst, about the purpose of their presentation and what you can expect to take away from their shared experiences.

    Chad:  “Eric, in this webinar you’re going to talk about the strategic role of relational big data technologies, which have come under fire in some circles with the rise of Hadoop. …

    We want to take a moment to thank everyone who attended the Hadoop Summit in Amsterdam - THANK YOU! With nearly 500 people registered for the event we think we can safely say is was a big success. We’ve had overwhelming support to do it again next year – so watch this space.

    The awesome Beurs Van Berlage venue set us up for a series of fantastic conversations and really well attended sessions and talks as Hadoop continues to explode onto the enterprise scene .…

    We are just under two weeks away from start of the first ever Hadoop Summit Europe and with all of the final preparations being made we thought we would highlight some of the not to be missed activities in and around the event. The event is filling fast but you can still register here.

    Here are 10 great reasons to attend!

    1)   Great track content – there are 35 informative sessions on Apache Hadoop and related technologies for you to choose from selected by the community and delivered by the experts themselves.…

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