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There are many projects that have been contributed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) by both vendors and users alike that greatly expand Apache Hadoop’s capabilities as an enterprise data platform.

While Hadoop – with YARN at its architectural center – provides the foundational capabilities for managing and accessing data at scale, a broader blueprint for Enterprise Hadoop has emerged that specifies how this array of Apache projects fit across five distinct pillars to form a complete enterprise data platform: data access, data management, security, operations and governance.…

Today we are excited to announce a deepening of our strategic partnership with HP . This news builds on the reseller partnership that we established in 2013 enabling HP to resell the Hortonworks Data Platform. It also allows us to build on the HP AllianceOne ConvergedSystems Partner of the Year Award that we received at the recent HP Discover 2014 conference for our strategic partnership.

Given the rapid adoption of Enterprise Hadoop as a core component of a modern data architecture combined with the fact that HP is the world’s leading server vendor in terms of shipments AND revenues according to IDC – meaning a significant number of those Hadoop nodes are being deployed with HP technologies – it’s hardly surprising that we’ve been collaborating closely.…

Although the Hadoop Summit San Jose 2014 has come and gone, the invaluable content—keynotes, sessions, and tracks—is available here. We ’ve selected a few sessions for Hadoop developers, practitioners, and architects, curating them under Apache Hadoop YARN, the architectural center and the data operating system.

In most of the keynotes and tracks three themes resonated:

  • Enterprises are transitioning from traditional Hadoop to modern Hadoop 2.
  • YARN is an enabler, the central orchestrator that facilitates multiple workloads, runs multiple data engines, and supports multiple access patterns—batch, interactive, streaming, and real-time—in Apache Hadoop 2.…
  • Tresata, a Hortonworks Certified Technology Partner, is a next-generation predictive analytics software company that helps enterprises monetize big data™they have moved to Hadoop . In this blog, Tresata’s Director of Marketing, Katie Levans, (@katie_levans) describes the value of HDP 2.1 certification and the benefit of their solution. 

    Last month Tresata announced the release of the third generation of their hugely successful software application TREE 3.3 and its subsequent certification on HDP 2.1.…

    Today we are delighted to announce the formal partnership between Accenture and Hortonworks, which is the continuing evolution of the ongoing collaboration between the two companies which started in 2012. With this formal agreement, Accenture and Hortonworks will collaborate on making large structured and unstructured datasets – including operational, video and sensor data – more accessible to organizations for insight-driven decision-making. Together, the two companies will continue to collaborate on joint horizontal and vertical solutions to speed the adoption of Apache Hadoop.…

    Apache Cassandra is an open source NoSQL distributed database management system designed to handle large amounts of data offering a scalable real time solution that allows users to create online applications that are “always-on, no matter what.” DataStax is the company behind Cassandra, and a new Technology Partner of Hortonworks.

    Lynn Walitch leads Partner Management for DataStax and is our guest blogger today. Lynn discusses the importance of the partnership and certification with Hortonworks.…

    IBM InfoSphere Guardium has certified with HDP 2.1. The  Hortonworks Certified Technology Program simplifies big data planning by providing pre-built and validated integrations between leading enterprise technologies and HDP. 

    Kathryn Zeidenstein, InfoSphere Guardium Evangelist, is our guest blogger and describes security, Hadoop, and the Guardium solution.

    Those of us in the data security and privacy space tend to worry a lot. With each new breaking story on the latest data breach, and with the subsequent fallout, people higher and higher up the food chain are also worrying a lot.…

    Oscar Padilla, Vice President of Strategy at Luminar, is our guest blogger. He shares his thoughts and insights about Apache Hadoop, Hortonworks Data Platform, and Luminar’s journey to the Data Lake.

    Luminar is the first big data analytics provider focused specifically on U.S. Latino consumers. Our company offers analysis based on empirical insights, rather than with a sample-based approach. Apache Hadoop and Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) make this empirical approach work at scale.…

    Customers’ Hadoop Journey

    We’ve all had two weeks to reflect on Hadoop Summit 2014. One of the biggest differences that stood out in this year’s Summit (as compared to Summit 2013) was the presence of large enterprise customers that are using Apache Hadoop as an important part of their modern data architectures.

    Hadoop has gone beyond its original Yahoo use case—indexing the web via a nightly batch MapReduce process —and into the mainstream of daily data processing and analytics with real-time, online, interactive, and batch applications at many notable companies.…

    Big Data In Healthcare

    Electronic data is the heartbeat in a healthcare provider’s office. ZirMed is a Hortonworks customer and a leading provider of healthcare information management solutions. Healthcare providers, including physicians, hospitals and large health systems, use the company’s cloud-based revenue cycle management offerings to manage the complex process of billing and collecting revenue from patients and payers.

    ZirMed’s Analytics solution aggregates healthcare data and makes it available to its customers, so they get a clearer view of their financial and operational performance.…

    Data Analytics Virtual Event

    Hortonworks and Teradata have partnered to provide a clear path to Big Data Analytics via stable and reliable Hadoop for the enterprise. We are excited to support their upcoming Big Data Analytics virtual event, “Data Discovery in Action.” We will have experts standing by to help answer questions to help ensure you have the right strategy in place for all of your big data.

    At this event on July 2 nd, you will learn more about how Teradata’s Unified Big Data Architecture™ provides a quick path to data discovery.…

    We’re finally catching our breath after a phenomenal Hadoop Summit event last week in San Jose.  Thank you to everyone that came to participate in the celebration of Hadoop advances and adoption—from many of the organizations that shared their Hadoop journey with us that fundamentally transformed their businesses, to those just getting started, to the huge ecosystem of vendors. It is amazing to be part of such a broad and deep community that is contributing to making the market for everyone.…

    Apache YARN, Apache Slider, and Docker

    Join us June 19 at 6 pm at the Hilton Fort Worth, Texas for an educational workshop hosted by Hortonworks and Sendero Business Services. The topic is “The Key To Success is Consistently Making Good Decisions & The Key To Good Decisions is Good Information.” The speaker is Don Hilborn, Solutions Engineer at Hortonworks.

    Don will introduce the paradigm of

    • Efficiency – double processing in Hadoop on the same hardware while providing predictable performance and quality of service; and
    • Resource sharing – providing a stable common set of shared resources across multiple, coordinated workloads in Hadoop.

    This is the second in the series of blogs exploring how to write data-driven applications in Java using the Cascading SDK. The series are:

  • WordCount
  • Log Parsing
  • Historically, programming languages and software frameworks have evolved in a singular direction, with a singular purpose: to achieve simplicity, hide complexity, improve developer productivity, and make coding easier. And in the process, foster innovation to the degree we have seen today—and benefited from.

    Anyone among you is “young” enough to admit writing code in microcode and assembly language?…

    More and more solution providers are integrating with Hortonworks Data Platform to provide their customers with enterprise Hadoop.

    As part of our HDP 2.1 certification series, I would like to introduce Greg Benson, Chief Scientist at SnapLogic. In this blog, Greg provides some insights about the value of obtaining HDP 2.1 certification and the benefits of integration platform as a service (iPaaS). 

    SnapLogic provides a cloud-based service for performing a wide range of data and application integration tasks.…

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