Executive Video Series: The Hortonworks Vision for Apache Hadoop

I’m pleased to announce the first in a series of videos featuring Hortonworks founders and executives sharing their thoughts on how Apache Hadoop is being extended to become the next generation enterprise data platform. Over the coming weeks and months, you will be hearing from folks such as Matt Foley, Arun Murthy, Sanjay Radia and Alan Gates, just to name a few.

The first video features Shaun Connolly, Hortonworks VP of Corporate Strategy, talking about the Hortonworks vision for Apache Hadoop. In this video, Shaun does a nice job of outlining our vision that Apache Hadoop will process or touch half of the world’s data by 2015. How is Hortonworks helping to make this happen? Click on the video image below to find out.

If you are interested in learning more about our vision for Apache Hadoop and the role that Hortonworks will play in making it happen, I would strongly suggest attending the Hadoop Summit conference in June. There you will have an opportunity to meet the entire group of Hortonworks founders and executives and see first hand how we are helping to accelerate the development of Apache Hadoop and enabling a broad ecosystem of partners to more easily and effectively integrate and extend their solutions for Apache Hadoop. You can also learn about how Hadoop works by taking one of our industry leading training classes.

~ John Kreisa

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