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If you are an enterprise, chances are you use SAP.  And you are also more than likely using – or planning to use – Hadoop in your data architecture.

Today, we are delighted to announce the next step in our strategic relationship with SAP as they announce a reseller agreement with Hortonworks.  Under this agreement, SAP will resell Hortonworks Data Platform and provide enterprise support for their global customer base.  This will enable SAP customers to implement a data architecture that includes SAP HANA and the Hortonworks Data Platform and in so doing leverage existing skills to take advantage of the massive scalability and performance offered by Apache Hadoop.…

This week we’re at the Red Hat Summit along with many others enjoying the great discussions within the community. As part of the summit, we are delighted to announce extended collaboration with Red Hat to continue to advance open source big data community projects.

Some details on the the three areas of collaboration forming the announcement:

  • Enhancing Apache Ambari to support the management of Hadoop-compatible file systems, such as GlusterFS. With this integration, users will be able to provision, deploy, monitor and manage alternative file systems with Ambari, further cementing Ambari’s position as the standard for Hadoop management.

We are very excited to enter into a strategic relationship with Microsoft to help bring Apache Hadoop to Windows customers. We are equally pleased that Microsoft will also work closely with the Hadoop community and propose contributions back to the Apache Software Foundation and the Hadoop project.

Hortonworks will provide Microsoft with important Hadoop support and training that will help accelerate the delivery of Apache Hadoop for Windows Server and Windows Azure, including insight into feature roadmap and designs, feedback on code reviews and regression and acceptance testing.…