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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.…

Fino Consulting is a new Consulting and Systems Integration Partner of Hortonworks serving Fortune 1000 companies with winning business solutions through data science. Fino is an early mover in cloud computing, challenging clients to “Re-think what they know about cloud-computing” to build high-performance sustainable applications and stretch the boundaries of enterprise data. Fino uses HDInsight from Microsoft for client solutions because of its versatile, cloud-based data platform that manages data of any type, while leveraging all the features and functionality of Microsoft’s resources.…

Earlier this week Microsoft announced via their blog that a new version of Windows Azure HDInsight is available in public preview.

Microsoft recognizes the importance of the technical innovation in and around YARN as well as Hortonworks leadership in this area and we have worked collaboratively to bring Hadoop 2.2 to Azure via our Hortonworks Data Platform 2.0 for Windows release.

Apache Hadoop YARN is the data operating system for Hadoop and greatly expands the applications possible of this emerging technology by allowing multiple processing frameworks such as streaming or graph processing to plug in natively.…

In this post, we’ll walk through the process of deploying an Apache Hadoop 2 cluster on the EC2 cloud service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), using Hortonworks Data Platform.

Both EC2 and HDP offer many knobs and buttons to cater to your specific, performance, security, cost, data size, data protection and other requirements. I will not discuss most of these options in this blog as the goal is to walk through one particular path of deployment to get started.…

One of the great things about working in open source development is working with other experts round the work on big projects – and then having the results of that work in the hands of users within a short period of time.

This is why I’m really excited about the Rackspace announcement of their HDP-based Big Data offerings, both “on-prem” and in cloud. Not just because its partners of us offering a service based on Hadoop, but because it shows how Hadoop integration with OpenStack has reached a point where it’s ready for production use.…

Today our partner Rackspace announced their Big Data solution for dedicated and cloud environments, powered by Hortonworks Data Platform. This collaboration between Hortonworks and Rackspace provides customers a flexible choice of deployment offerings of Apache Hadoop from one of the most trusted vendors in the cloud computing market.

Enterprise adoption of Apache Hadoop

This expanded collaboration is a strong indicator of the ecosystem rallying around Hortonworks Data Platform and our goal at Hortonworks of making Apache Hadoop a core component of the modern data architecture, whether on premise, in a VM, as an appliance, or in the cloud.…

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.…