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Sumeet Kumar Agrawal, principal product manager for Big Data Edition product at Informatica, is our guest blogger. In this blog, explains how Informatica’s Big Data Edition integrates with Tez and allow for significant performance gains.

Informatica Big Data Edition’s codeless visual development environment accelerates the ability of enterprises to take advantage of amazing innovations in big data to solve new challenges with skill sets that already exist within many organizations. Informatica natively integrates with big data platforms like Hadoop and NoSQL to enable next-generation big data solutions, including data warehouse optimization and 360 customer analytics.…

Our guest blogger today is Sean Anderson, Manager of Data Service at Rackspace, the managed cloud company. Sean will share with us all the work Rackspace is doing with Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) for an an Enterprise-ready Hadoop solution.

Rackspace is excited to be joining the open source data platform community for Hadoop Summit 2015 hosted by Hortonworks and Yahoo. We partnered with Hortonworks in 2013 to build two platforms—one that delivers enterprise-ready Hadoop on-demand in the cloud, and another that delivers customizable and secure dedicated servers backed by fanatical support and expertise.…

It’s been a busy few weeks here at Hortonworks and much of that busyness comes from all of the things we’ve been doing with our partners. This has been a stretch of time that we’ve affectionately been calling May-magedon with 9 major partner related events in a two and a half week span. We love telling the story of of the transformative nature of Apache Hadoop along with the increasing pervasiveness of enterprise Hadoop driven through a vibrant ecosystem.…

Next week, in Las Vegas, thousands of attendees will join Informatica World to explore just how far data can take them. Many companies already rely on massive volumes of internal and external data to create new insights and build innovative and profitable business models. Where are you on your journey?

To learn more about how Hortonworks and Informatica partner to optimize the entire big data supply chain on Hadoop and can help you turn data into actionable information to drive business value, join the following sessions:

  • On Tuesday, May 12, during the Big Data Ready Summit, John Kreisa, VP Strategic Marketing at Hortonworks, will be part of the Succeeding with Big Data and Avoiding the Pitfalls panel.

This week we are participating in the Microsoft Ignite conference in Chicago. Microsoft Ignite focuses on all Microsoft technologies and professionals and we are excited to demonstrate all of the ways we’ve been working with Microsoft to Do Hadoop together. As a long time Microsoft partner we are glad to be participating in this event for the 3rd year in a row showing of a history of joint engineering and commitment to the Microsoft platforms and users.…

On April 30, learn from experts at Hortonworks, Cisco, and Red Hat about accelerating the implementation of a scalable, cost-efficient and robust Big Data solution. Here is a sneak preview of what you’ll hear from our speakers:

  • Ali Bajawa, Senior Partner Solution Engineer, Hortonworks
  • Ron Graham, System Engineer for Big Data Analytics, Cisco
  • Irshad Raihan, Senior Principal, Big Data Product Marketing, Red Hat

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1. What should a company consider when looking for a big data solution?…

In this blog, Kevin Petrie (Attunity Senior Director of Marketing) joins me to share thoughts on Hadoop and the Enterprise Data Warehouse.

Some believe that Hadoop and the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) will continue to coexist, side-by-side, solving different use cases. The peanut butter is over here, and the chocolate is over there.

At Hortonworks and Attunity, we see something else. We see how Hortonworks subscribers use Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) for EDW optimization.…

Enterprises across all major industries adopt Apache Hadoop for its ability to store and process an abundance of new types of data in a modern data architecture. This “Any Data” capability has always been a hallmark feature of Hadoop, opening insight from new data sources such as clickstream, web and social, geo-location, IoT, server logs, or traditional data sets from ERP, CRM, SCM or other existing data systems.…

In this guest blog, Dale Glover, vice president of Industry Consulting at Teradata, discusses the evolution of Internet of Things, how sensor data are used for diagnostics and repair as well as for prescriptive and proactive data analytics.

The Internet of Things (IOT) is upon us, and we see new participants joining this evolution of technology every day. Whether it is some new consumer device/appliance contributing to the ultimate automation of our homes and vehicles, or the deluge of new smartphone-connected devices (Fitbits, watches, or even smart clothing), the number of “things” generating volumes of data in an automatic and consistent manner increases daily.…

Today EMC is launching their EMC® Business Data Lake solution, the first fully-engineered, enterprise-grade solution for a Data Lake running on EMC infrastructure. At Hortonworks, we’ve been assisting customers on their journey to a data lake via a Modern Data Architecture (MDA) and our vision and EMC’s vision are highly complementary and so we’re delighted to be part of the EMC Business Data Lake.

The Data Lake enabled by a Modern Data Architecture allows enterprises to be a Data-First Enterprise.…

Cisco and Hortonworks established their official alliance back in 2013. Together, they have been bringing to life the vision of a single big data platform for the enterprise. As every industry is witnessing unprecedented quantities of data and a variety of new data types e.g. clickstream and behavior, machine and sensor, geographic data, server logs, sentiment and web…, Cisco and Hortonworks have been collaborating to empower companies with their data. Oftentimes, organizations need to optimize their IT infrastructure and free up their Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) to make the most of all of their data, building new analytic applications and moving towards the vision of the Data Lake.

An increasing number of enterprises are either currently using or are planning to use cloud deployment models to expand their IT infrastructure for big data. We find that organizations are looking for an open and flexible platform that enables them to deploy big data and Hadoop solutions on-premises, in the cloud and in a hybrid environment.

Microsoft and Hortonworks have joined forces to help simplify and ease the transformation of your current Apache Hadoop deployment to hybrid cloud architecture.…

Today we’re excited to be jointly announcing with EMC that the Isilon OneFS file system has been certified to work with the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). Now Isilon customers who are looking for a robust, enterprise-ready, stable Apache Hadoop platform can use HDP on their Isilon implementations.

Joint Engineering Delivering Choice

We’re excited to see the results of the months of engineering and testing efforts that now provide customers even greater deployment choice for their Hadoop projects as they are implementing a modern data architecture towards a data lake.…

Today, SAS and Hortonworks, two long-time partners and innovators in the Big Data and Analytics space, have announced the certification and release of SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop.

Read the guest blog post below and learn more about SAS and Hortonworks’ joint efforts, thanks to Keith Renison, Senior Solutions Architect for SAS Global Technology Practice.

The New Analytics Culture

Let’s talk about three key elements that drive data management for Hadoop.…

This guest post is from Gavin Sherry, Vice President of Engineering, Data, at Pivotal. A long time contributor to database technology, Gavin was one of the early contributors to the PostgreSQL project. This led him to join the Greenplum Database R&D team. More recently, Gavin launched Pivotal HAWQ, Pivotal’s SQL on Hadoop engine.

Intro

In the ten years since Hadoop was first conceived at Yahoo!, the big data market has taken off.…