Strong Ecosystem Support for HDP 2.0, Enabling the Modern Data Architecture

Today, with overwhelming partner support, we announced GA of Hortonworks Data Platform 2.0 (HDP 2.0).  With 17 certified partners and many more in the works, organizations can confidently get started taking advantage of Hadoop 2.0 its YARN based architecture knowing that the technologies they rely on, run on HDP 2.0.

With a YARN-based architecture that serves as the operating system for Hadoop, HDP 2.0 takes Hadoop beyond single-use, batch processing to a fully functional,  multi-use platform that enables batch, interactive, online and stream processing. Partners who are HDP 2.0 certified are supporting the first Hadoop distribution to bring production ready YARN architecture to the market.

The Modern Data Architecture on Hadoop 2.0

The emergence of Hadoop as a key component of the modern data architecture requires that users be able to leverage existing skills with deep integration with existing data center technologies. As a critical technology in use at thousands of enterprises, broad partner support is a crucial component that will help organizations unlock the power of Hadoop in simple and familiar ways using the existing tools and applications they have today.

The following partners have embraced this vision by becoming certified on HDP 2.0:


We have a lot of information to help you learn more about Hadoop 2, YARN, HBase, Stinger and all the exciting new developments in HDP 2.0, but here are a few quick links that you might find useful:

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