Hadoop Ecosystem

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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.…

Today, we are pleased to announce our strategic alliance between Hortonworks and SAS. Through this alliance we are committing to expand the integration between the SAS business analytics and data management capabilities and the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP).

By better integrating SAS Business Analytics and HDP, SAS users can easily incorporate Hadoop as a component of their data architecture to capture, process and analyze data of any type and scale. This allows businesses to leverage powerful SAS analytic and data management capabilities across massive data sets, including new data sources that previously could not be captured and analyzed.…

Designed for senior IT executives, IT architects, technology planners, and business technologists, Knowledgent’s three-day facilitated Big Data Immersion workshop recently held in New York City, provided participants with an intensive deep dive answering the big data questions:

  • Why Big Data? What are the issues that brought it all about?
  • Demystifying Big Data: How can Hadoop help with big data issues?
  • Implementation: How do I operationalize big data? How is big data analytics different?

I’ve been sitting on this post for a while as Apache Hadoop 2 GA work was keeping me extremely busy. As they say, better late than never, so here we go – the slides are at the end of the post.

Three weeks ago, we had a Apache Hadoop YARN meetup at LinkedIn. Kind folks at LinkedIn had offered to host us in addition to talking about exciting projects like usage of YARN at LinkedIn, and applications on YARN like Apache Samza, Apache Giraph and Apache Helix.…

On October 16, we’ve been invited to join our partner SAP to talk Big Data and how the integrated SAP HANA + Hadoop approach can solve your big data challenges. This chat will be a live Google Hangout with:

  • Irfan Khan, SVP & GM SAP Global Big Data at SAP (@i_kHANA)
  • Ari Zilka,  CTO at Hortonworks (@ikarzali)
  • Timo Elliot, Innovation Evangelist at SAP (@timoelliott)

When: Wednesday, October 16, 8am PT / 11am ET / 5pm CET…

This is a guest blog post from our partner, Actuate. They’ve been generous enough to create some great Hadoop tutorials on the Open Source BIRT project that use the Hortonworks Sandbox.

By now, Apache™ Hadoop® has become synonymous with the first stage of Big Data: storing, processing and managing huge volumes and varieties of structured and unstructured data. Yet the data stored by Hadoop remains unreadable to the average business user.…

‘The world is being digitized’ proclaimed Geoffrey Moore in his keynote at Hadoop Summit 2012 over a year ago. His belief is that we are moving away from an analog society where we collect only casual recording of events to one that is digital, where everything is captured. It is our belief that Hadoop is one of the key technologies powering this shift to a digital society.

There is almost an expectation that we capture the pics, vids and conversations that run before us. …

Are you a Hadoop hot shot?  Are you the one everyone looks to for help on their Hadoop projects? Are you looking to showcase your talent to the world?

Then just maybe we have a great option for you. We recently published the Hortonworks Sandbox tutorials on GitHub. Now it’s your turn. We invite you to add your own Hadoop tutorials or to improve on the ones that we’ve published.…

There’s an old proverb you’ve likely heard about blind men trying to identify an elephant. Depending on the version of the proverb you’ve heard the elephant is misidentified variously as rope, walls, pillars, baskets, brushes and more. Oddly, no-one identified it as a next-generation enterprise data platform but I guess it is an old proverb.

The Hadoop elephant is a platform though, and as such the proverb holds true. Depending on your perspective, it has different capabilities, components and integration points to meet your requirements.…

We’ve been hosting a series of webinars focusing on how to make Apache Hadoop a viable enterprise platform that powers modern data architectures.

Implementing modern data architecture with Hadoop means that it must deeply integrate with existing technologies, leverage existing skills and investments and provide key services. This guest post from David Smith, Vice President of Marketing and Community at Revolution Analytics, shares his perspective on the role of a Data Scientists in a Big Data world.…

We are excited to announce that the call for abstracts for Hadoop Summit Europe 2014 (April 2-3, 2014) is now open and closes on October 31st. One of the new things for this year are updated tracks providing attendees with new options.  Last year was a wildly successful event  and we received a lot of feedback on how to make things better… and we listened.

Providing high value content is what the conference is all about and we received some great suggestions from the community on how to improve the sessions.   …

This guest post from John Haddad, Director of Product Marketing at Informatica Corporation. He has over 25 years’ experience designing, building, integrating and marketing enterprise applications. His current focus is helping organizations get the most business value from Big Data by delivering timely, trusted, and relevant data across the extended enterprise.

Why is it so important for companies today to adopt a modern data architecture and why is next generation data integration on Apache Hadoop such a critical component?…

If you’re heading back to work today after a long hot summer then here’s some notes on last week here at Hortonworks.

Building a modern data architecture. We kicked off the week with some discussion on what it means to implement Hadoop alongside existing data architecture components. Jim covered 3 essential requirements: integration with existing systems, reuse of existing skills, enterprise requirements such as reliability and availability. We also held the first webinar in our series on implementing Hadoop in the enterprise: this one was with Teradata.…

The best architecture diagrams are those that impart the intended knowledge with maximum efficiency and minimum ambiguity. But sometimes there’s a need to add a little pizazz, and maybe even draw a picture or two for those Powerpoint moments.

Download stencils for Omnigraffle and Visio, and the Hi Res PNG and EPS files from Github.

We’ve built a small set of Hadoop-related icons that might help you next time you need that picture focusing on the intended function of various components.…

The shift to a data-oriented business is happening. The inherent value in established and emerging big datasets is becoming clear. Enterprises are building big data strategies to take advantage of these new opportunities and Hadoop is the platform to realize those strategies.

Hadoop is enabling a modern data architecture where it plays a central role: built to tackle big data sets with efficiency while integrating with existing data systems. As champions of Hadoop, our aim is to ensure the success of every Hadoop implementation and improve our own understanding of how and why enterprises tackle big data initiatives. …

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