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July 27, 2017 | Simon Ball

Solving Cyber at Scale: Cybersecurity is a Long Tail Big Data Problem

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July 26, 2017 | Kevin Jordan | Hortonworks Case Study

Big Data Keeps Energy Companies from Being Candles in the Wind

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This blog was co-authored by: George Vetticaden, Sriharsha Chintalapani, Jungtaek Lim, Sanket Shah Last week, in Part 3 of this blog series, we announced the GA of HDF 3.0 and let the cat out of the bag by introducing the new open source component called  Streaming Analytics Manager (SAM), an exciting new technology that helps developers, […]

Healthcare organizations must effectively manage mountains of  data of all types, and from countless sources. Clearsense is a smart data organization based in Jacksonville, Florida that re-imagines data analytics to help healthcare organizations realize measurable value from their Big Data. Big Data Clarity at Clearsense Clearsense develops cloud-based applications based upon Hortonworks 100% open-source Connected […]

Danske Bank, headquartered in Copenhagen, is the largest bank in Denmark. It’s also one of the major retail banks in the northern European region, with over 5 million retail customers. Data is mission critical to Danske Bank as it provides them with actionable intelligence to help minimize risk and maximize opportunities. In our latest video, […]

In Part 1 of this series, we discussed how data-in-motion solutions require both flow management and stream analytics capabilities. Also, we introduced an exciting new technology that Hortonworks is in the process of releasing that helps users build streaming analytics apps faster and caters to three different personas in the enterprise: app developer, operations teams and the […]

As part of the product management leadership team at Hortonworks, there is nothing more valuable than talking directly with customers and learning about their successes, challenges, and struggles implementing their big data and analytics use cases with HDP and HDF. These conversations provide more insight than any analyst report, white paper, or market study. In […]

This past Thursday, Hortonworks announced financial results for the first quarter of 2017. As always, our CEO Rob Bearden began the call by thanking our customers. Rob began his industry and use case examples by describing the DataWorks Summit in Germany, which featured presentations from the thought leaders of large European enterprises that are transforming their businesses […]

With the San Jose DataWorks Summit (June 13-15) just two months away, we’re busy finalizing the lineup of an impressive array of speakers and business use cases. This year our Enterprise Adoption Track will include Nick Evans and Kevin Brown from ExxonMobil with Wade Salazar from Hortonworks. Big Data is driving major advances in the oil […]

Andrew Ng, the renowned data scientist, has said that artificial intelligence (AI) needs to be a company-wide strategic decision. Companies that don’t strategically invest in AI will slowly lose market share to companies whose core businesses are built around AI. AI enables the prediction, planning and automation of a variety of tasks, and for enterprises, […]

This is a guest blog post by Charles Boicey, Chief Innovation Officer at Clearsense. Clearsense was born out of a passion for helping healthcare organizations realize the promise of their data and its ability to help them make better, faster clinical decisions—to meet the challenges of value-based care, drive research, improve patient care, and ultimately […]

This week I attended the 2017 Automotive Cyber Security Summit in Detroit with my colleague Mike Schiebel (General Manager, Cyber Security, Hortonworks). Together, we were speakers in a session entitled “Securing the Connected Car in a Connected World”. Here are highlights of what we presented: How Did We Get Here? A Historical Perspective As the […]

OPEN SOURCE HADOOP NOW RUNS ON AN OPEN COMPUTE PLATFORM The software market is undergoing a major transition, moving away from proprietary software that leads to customer lock-in. Open source software offers freedom, more flexibility, and faster innovation – all at a lower cost. With the release of HDP 2.6 now available on IBM Power Systems, […]

Human Assisted AI Another common trend is pairing humans to evaluate results from Artificial Intelligence (AI). As great and sensational AI has been made out to be recently, it is still long way from having human-like abilities of comprehension, reasoning and intuition. For instance, in radiology, given lymph node cells, AI alone had 7.5 percent […]

Large-scale Machine Learning The ability to learn without being explicitly programmed, Machine Learning, has been around for a long time and is well understood. What is different is the relatively recent emergence of general purpose tools, such as Apache Spark, that enable processing of very large datasets. Additionally, data scientists can now collaborate and rapidly […]

The automotive industry is going through profound change driven by a myriad of new data sources and the new business models that they enable. Just last week, it was reported that Intel paid $15B for Mobileye, a technology company that allows autonomous vehicles to “see” through cameras and other sensors. Mobileye also allows crowdsourcing data […]

As we kick off the new year I wanted to thank our customers, partners, Apache community members, and of course the amazing Hortonworks team, for an amazing 2016. Let’s take a step back and look at some of the Hortonworks highlights from last year… IN THE ECOSYSTEM there was tremendous acceleration. At the beginning of […]