The path to a successful big data implementation isn’t straightforward. There are many decisions and considerations along the way - from technology, to people to process that all need to come together for a successful outcome. Hortonworks Connection is about helping enterprises achieve their desired business outcomes with big data as fast as possible. From the start of your journey with big data, through to production deployments and transformational best practices, Hortonworks Connection offerings help make it easier every step of the way.
Technical audiences can keep up to date on what's new from in HDP and HDF by attending our Office Hours online events, recorded and added to our On Demand channel below. Designed for Architects, Data scientists, and Data engineers in Partnerworks.
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How to Ensure Success of your Big Data Journey
Five Steps To Success With Big Data
1Start with a solid foundation - optimize positive outcomes and minimize costs. Check out these resources to get started on the right foot.
3Keep outcomes in mind. Select technology and architecture that match business goals.
Tap into the Hortonworks specialists for your industry to select business cases for your enterprise that are proven for realizing your aspirations. Check out our industry solutions and request a consultation with one of our industry experts.
4Use big data to benefit your big data project.
Hortonworks SmartSense helps automate the optimization of your Hadoop cluster through tailored recommendations generated from the latest best practices, and analysis of how you are actually using your cluster.
5Connect with the leaders, the pioneers, the experts and innovators on big data.
Experience is the best teacher, and that’s true for big data as well. Hortonworks was founded by the original 24 architects, developers and operators of Hadoop from Yahoo - where Hadoop was born! Today more than half of big data open source committers choose to work at Hortonworks and consequently Hortonworks is the leader in big data with experience working with over 1000 customers, 1800 ecosystem partners and supporting over 60% of subscription offerings in production. This means we have the expertise to guide on your big data journey and help you make it as successful as possible.
Customer Case Studies
Arizona State University Uses Hortonworks
Arizona State University uses Hortonworks to design and develop a platform to discover genomic links to cancer.
" Hortonworks support is the best in the industry "
Prescient is investing in the future with Hortonworks
Prescient is a global risk management company providing full-spectrum intelligence solutions to corporate, federal, and international clients. Their services, including traveler risk management are powered by Hortonworks technology.
"Early on, I wanted to ensure that we were putting our money, our investment in way that was kind of future proofing that bet, that evolutionary development."
Improved Cluster Performance: Proactive Support with SmartSense 1.3
Hortonworks launched SmartSense to help customers quickly collect cluster configuration, metrics, and logs to proactively detect issues, and expedite support case resolution. In this webinar, Paul Codding, Senior Product Manager for SmartSense will walk the audience through the new functionality that has been launched as part of SmartSense 1.3. Learn how SmartSense 1.3 changes the…
LIXIL Uses HDP to Be First in Manufacturing for the Japanese Smart Home Market
Hortonworks continues to expand its list of customers in the Asia Pacific region, as well as in the housing and building industry. We recently completed a case study to showcase how LIXIL Corporation uses HDP to be first in manufacturing for the Japanese Smart Home Market. READ THE FULL LIXIL CASE STUDY HERE LIXIL is a…
It’s been a few months since I joined the Hortonworks management team, and I thought it made sense to tell you a few things that led me to that decision. First let me just say clearly and unambiguously that I believe Hortonworks is among the most exciting and consequential new companies. I can also say…
Combating Phishing Attacks: How Big Data Helps Detect Impersonators
Detecting an impersonator on your enterprise network is a complex and time-consuming game. It’s even more difficult when an attacker is able morph and dynamically change tactics and behaviors. A big data security analytics platform such as Apache Metron can make it easier to detect, investigate, assess, and remediate threats such as that of the…
Spark Banking Analytics for Compliance with Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB)
This is a guest blog post by Paul Jones at IHS Markit. Headquartered in London, IHS Markit delivers next-generation information, analytics and solutions to customers in business, finance and government. Mr. Jones is the company’s Global Head of FRTB Solutions, and IHS Markit’s FRTB solution suite runs on Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP)—which includes Apache Spark™.…
DataWorks Summit/Hadoop Summit is only two weeks away!
DataWorks Summit/Hadoop Summit is almost here! If you haven’t already registered, be sure to do so. Why you want to attend? Well you’ll be able to learn from your peers and industry experts about how open source technologies enable you to leverage all your data – in the cloud and on premise to drive predictive analytics,…
Case Study: 2X Hadoop Performance with Hortonworks SmartSense Webinar Recap
Did you know every Hortonworks HDP support subscription comes with SmartSense? Advanced Analytics of Diagnostic Data Prevents Issues SmartSense uses advanced analytics to make suggestions and recommendations based on the deep knowledge of our Hortonworks engineers and committers to prevent issues and improve performance of your HDP cluster. Based on the diagnostic data collected from…
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