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Last week, we hosted a live webinar, “Making Choices: What Kind of Relationship are you Seeking with your Database?,” in which we dug into the options available for the database tier of modern applications, particularly in the cloud.
At this year’s O’Reilly Strata event we will showcase our support of the newest genesis of the Hortonworks Data Platform (2.0), a release that we believe represents a paradigm shift in the perception of what you can use Hadoop to accomplish.
By Shanti Subramanyam, Co-Founder & CEO, Orzota
A few weeks ago we told you about our two Data Services for Hadoop-based applications, the Managed Big Data Platform service (in Unlimited Availability) and the Cloud Big Data Platform (in Early Access). Working hand in hand with Hortonworks, we are giving you a choice of architectures for your Hadoop applications, whether you need a custom-built Hadoop architecture based on specific dedicated hardware, or a dynamic, API-driven programmable Hadoop cluster in our public cloud.
As we close out another big year for data driven application adopters, the emphasis on delivering right business insights has never been greater. The companies that have embraced data analytics have quickly tapped into new revenue streams and innovated faster than their competitors. The conversation is no longer about when and why an organization should implement a robust data strategy, but which one they should focus on and how they will get valuable insights quicker. This may be best represented by the overwhelming attendance at this year’s fall Strata Conference focusing on the world of Apache HadoopTM, October 28 through October 30 in New York.
Not all data is created equal. Each company’s data strategy needs to be laid out with consideration and thought as to what the future demands of the system might be. Although HadoopTM has its roots firmly planted in the JBOD and bare metal camps, users are increasingly trying to find ways to split up data processing based on workload requirements and on the nature of the type of query they are running.
The New York Times last Sunday published an article by David Segal, “Has Patent, Will Sue: An Alert To Corporate America,” in which the owner of IPNav is exposed as an unapologetic patent troll.
As the momentum in big data solutions reaches a heightened awareness, the demand for deep understanding of technologies like Apache HadoopTM becomes top of mind with our customers. One of the focal events for training and thought leadership around Apache Hadoop is the annual Hadoop Summit hosted by Hortonworks. As you may remember, we partnered with Hortonworks in the fourth quarter of 2012 to bring an on-demand Apache Hadoop product to the open cloud. Currently in private beta, the open cloud offering aims to provide customers with an easy platform to learn, develop and validate both the application and toolset.
In an ever-evolving competitive landscape it’s often hard to keep up the level of competencies inside your organization to meet the demands of rapidly changing technology.
The demand for Big Data solutions continues to grow, and to help you tackle Big Data workloads, we have partnered with Hortonworks, the premiere open-sourced Apache HadoopTM enterprise distribution, to provide application support and best-in-breed architecture design.
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