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July 26, 2017 | Kevin Jordan | Hortonworks Case Study

Big Data Keeps Energy Companies from Being Candles in the Wind

July 25, 2017 | Roni Fontaine | Hadoop Ecosystem, Hadoop Insights

SQL and Hadoop Query Performance Smackdown

July 24, 2017 | Matt Spillar | Hortonworks Case Study

Don’t Leave Your Customers out in the Cold

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Apache Hadoop® exists within a broader ecosystem of enterprise analytical packages. This includes ETL tools, ERP and CRM systems, enterprise data warehouses, data marts and others. Modern workloads flow from these various traditional analytical sources into Hadoop and then often back out again. What dataset came from which system, when and how did it change over […]

Early this year, ApacheTM FalconTM became a Top Level Project (TLP) in the Apache Software Foundation. The project continues to mature as a framework for simplifying and orchestrating data lifecycle management in Hadoop by offering out-of-the-box data management policies. The Apache Falcon 0.6.1 release builds on this foundation by providing simplified mirroring functionality and a […]

Enterprises across all major industries adopt Apache Hadoop for its ability to store and process an abundance of new types of data in a modern data architecture. This “Any Data” capability has always been a hallmark feature of Hadoop, opening insight from new data sources such as clickstream, web and social, geo-location, IoT, server logs, […]

The recent post by Jayush Luniya announced the community release of Apache Ambari 2.0. One of the three key Ambari features that Jayush discussed was Rolling Upgrades, enabling Hadoop operators to upgrade from one version of HDP to the next, with minimal disruption to the cluster. The Hortonworks development team worked long and hard to […]

This guest blog post is from Srikanth Venkat, director of product management at Dataguise, a Hortonworks security partner. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose As Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr noted “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” Often, that’s not what we hear when looking at Hadoop security: people tend to […]

With YARN as its architectural center, Apache Hadoop continues to attract new engines to run within the data platform, as organizations want to efficiently store their data in a single repository and interact with it for batch, interactive and real-time streaming use cases. As more data flows into and through a Hadoop cluster to feed […]

Hortonworks introduces HDP Operations Ready, HDP Security Ready and HDP Governance Ready certifications to showcase solutions that deeply integrate with enterprise Hadoop. Customer adoption of Apache Hadoop continues to accelerate the pace at which the community works to meet the requirements of Enterprise Hadoop. Once the place of HDFS and MapReduce only, the introduction of […]

Two weeks ago Hortonworks presented the third in series of 8 Discover HDP 2.2 webinars: Discover HDP 2.2: Discover HDP 2.2: Apache Falcon for Hadoop Data Governance. Andrew Ahn, Venkatesh Seetharam, and Justin Sears hosted this 3rd webinar in the series. After Justin Sears set the stage for the webinar by explaining the drivers behind […]

Introduction Hortonworks University announces a new operationally focused course for Apache Hadoop administrators. This two-day training course is designed for Hadoop administrators who are familiar with administering other Hadoop distributions and are migrating to the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). Through a combination of lecture and hands-on exercises you will learn how to install, configure, maintain […]

Last week’s Hortonworks webinar “What’s Possible with a Modern Data Architecture?” featured Greg Girard, program director for omni-channel analytics strategies at IDC Retail Insights and Mark Ledbetter, vice president for industry solutions at Hortonworks. Greg provides targeted, fact-based guidance to retailers for the application of analytics across the enterprise. Mark has more than twenty-five years […]

This summer, Hortonworks presented the Discover HDP 2.1 Webinar series. Our developers and product managers highlighted the latest innovations in Apache Hadoop and related Apache projects. We’re grateful to the more than 1,000 attendees whose questions added rich interaction to the pre-planned presentations and demos. For those of you that missed one of the 30-minute […]

We recently hosted the fourth of our seven Discover HDP 2.1 webinars, entitled Apache Hadoop 2.4.0, HDFS and YARN. It was very well attended and a very informative discourse. The speakers outlined the new features in YARN and HDFS in HDP 2.1 including: HDFS Extended ACLs HTTPs support for WebHDFS and for the Hadoop web UIs HDFS Coordinated […]

On Wednesday May 21, Himanshu Bari (Hortonworks’ senior product manager), Venkatesh Seetharam (committer to Apache Falcon), and Justin Sears ( Hortonworks’ Product Marketing Manager), hosted the third of our seven Discover HDP 2.1 webinars. Himanshu and Venkatesh discussed data governance in Hadoop through Apache Falcon that is included in HDP 2.1. As most of you know, ingesting data […]

The first use of the term BoF session was used at the Digital Equipment Users’ Society (DECUS) conference in the 1960s. Its essence was to bring together like minds and thought leaders—just as birds of the feather flock together— to share and exchange computing ideas, in an informal yet spirited way. Since then, the organizers […]

If you’re excited to get started with the new features in Hortonworks Data Platform 2.1, then we’ve included 4 tutorials for you try out – Sandbox-style. You can download the HDP 2.1 Technical Preview here, and then get stuck into these great tutorials. Interactive Query with Apache Hive and Apache Tez OK, so you’re not […]