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According to New York Observer, there were couple of major social reasons that spurred the genesis and growth of Meetup.com. First, it was Robert Putman’s book Bowling Alone, in which he talks about the collapse of communities in America. And the second was an event that not only changed the world but changed New York: it was the aftermath of September 11, where strangers cared about greeting, meeting, and talking.…

We’ve said many times that in order for Apache Hadoop to succeed as the next generation data platform and power the Modern Data Architecture there must be a thriving ecosystem of enterprise vendors around it. It’s been core to our strategy from day one to foster these ecosystem vendors and work collaboratively to make them successful.

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Our strategy of delivering enterprise Hadoop  as 100% open source has resulted in close alignment and tight partnerships with a broad Hadoop ecosystem with vendors large and small including major data management leaders like SAP and Teradata.…

We are excited to announce an expansion of our relationship with open source leader Red Hat to a deeper more strategic alliance. The main goal is to help organizations adopt enterprise Apache Hadoop more quickly. This is a natural progression of our relationship with Red Hat because we are so closely aligned around a strategy of innovating in the open and applying enterprise rigor to open source software thereby de-risking it for the enterprise.…