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The Hortonworks Blog

We were really excited to welcome a sold out crowd at the first Hadoop Summit in Tokyo last week.  This was a fantastic response, based on the huge interest around a technology that is transforming industries across Asia and Pacific. We could not put this kind of conference on without the help of our sponsors […]

I started my journey at Hortonworks a little over five years ago and have been to many Hadoop Summits in the US, Europe and now Asia.  I just kicked off a two day sold out show in Tokyo and shared my thoughts and stories on architectures and business transformation.    John Kreisa’s post here has […]

Last week we announced third quarter results, and it was a milestone quarter.   Customers in 60 countries chose Hortonworks to help with their on-premise, hybrid and public cloud data management strategies. A big thanks to the Hortonworks team. I wanted to stop for a second and note the significance of the fact that we just […]

“The most damaging phrase in the language is, ‘It’s always been done that way.’” – Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, United States Navy This year Hortonworks was a Gold Sponsor at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference in Houston, Texas. This conference is named in honor of Grace Hopper, a pioneer in the […]

It’s no secret that there is a data explosion. A recent IDC analyst report from April 2014 indicated the volume of data, known as the digital universe, is doubling in size every two years. And by 2020, there will be as many digital bits as there are stars in the universe. There are many reasons […]

Provenance, Lineage & Chain of Custody The models of Provenance, Lineage and Chain of Custody are used in fine art to determine when a piece was created, the sequence of locations where it was held, how it was touched along the way, and who has owned it since creation, all with the purpose of authenticating the piece. […]

People often think about cloud architecture in simplistic terms: you’re either public, private, or hybrid. (In fact, there’s even confusion about the meaning of the term “hybrid” itself—this video helps clear it up: In the real world, of course, virtually every implementation is hybrid—no company puts 100% of its IT environment into one single cloud. […]

The 100% open source and community driven innovation of Apache Hive 2.0 and LLAP (Long Last and Process) truly brings agile analytics to the next level. It enables customers to perform sub-second interactive queries without the need for additional SQL-based analytical tools, enabling rapid analytical iterations and providing significant time-to-value. TRY HIVE LLAP TODAY Read about […]

The Financial regulators are driving a Data Evolution Traditionally technology moves fast, regulators react slow. When technology leaps forward, it enables financial firms to change the nature of their business – often into un-regulated territory; Regulators react to pass regulation to catch up. This model can work in slow moving markets, but in todays interconnected […]

Hadoop’s ability to work with Amazon S3 storage goes back to 2006 and the issue HADOOP-574, “FileSystem implementation for Amazon S3”. This filesystem client, “s3://” implemented an inode-style filesystem atop S3: it could support bigger files than S3 could then support, some its operations (directory rename and delete) were fast. The s3 filesystem allowed Hadoop […]

This is the first of a three part series of the evolution of the Hortonworks and Microsoft relationship. Microsoft has led one tech industry revolution after another from the dawn of personal computing to the cloud. Hortonworks is defining a new generation of innovation and impact with its pioneering work in Big Data. You already […]

Cloud Computing is one of the big three trends impacting IT architectures today.  What some may not realize is that an underlying connected data architecture is not only essential for cloud, but sits at the confluence of all three trends. Here’s why. The first big trend is IoT. According to BI Intelligence, we can now […]

Hortonworks DataFlow (HDF) 2.0 is now available! HDF is powered by Apache NiFi 1.0.0, which recently underwent a major redesign. Whether you’re a current user or just now planning to try it out, this is exciting news. A lot of new feature content went into this release such as multi-tenancy and zero-master clustering. The purpose […]

I just left a sold-out Melbourne Hadoop Summit 2016 in Australia. This was the first Summit in Asia Pacific and I was excited by tremendous response from the global and local community, and from regional organizations and businesses.  The buzz was everywhere. We’re proud to be the host and the organizer.   We couldn’t pull […]

I cannot believe we are less than one week out for Hadoop Summit Melbourne! Following on from our first guest blog from Rikki-Lee Brandon, she’s been kind enough to pull together as list of her top restaurant and bar spots in the City. If you visit any of these recommendations during Hadoop Summit week, please […]