Topic: hadoop

The ins and outs of MapReduce

Newcomers to Hadoop should read this walkthrough of what MapReduce does to handle Big Data … continue reading

Top five cool things from Oracle OpenWorld/JavaOne

From Hadoop-based analytics machines to closures for Java, this mega conference was packed with development goodies … continue reading

Top five head-scratchingest names for software projects

If you ever wondered what the deal is with Hadoop, Harmony, MySQL, OODT or Yay, wonder no more … continue reading

Hadoop’s growth sparks competition

Yahoo spins off its Hadoop group, adding to a heavily competitive market around this open-source Apache project … continue reading

The top five most powerful Hadoop projects

Processing big data isn’t a job for just Hadoop; these projects give it a big helping hand … continue reading

Five Apache projects you may not know about

From content management to XMPP to extracting metadata, these projects may be worth a second (or first) look … continue reading

Pervasive DataRush 5.0 not just for Java anymore

New version of software development platform increases Hadoop integrations, expands capabilities to other languages on JVM … continue reading

DataStax debuts management console for Cassandra

DataStax OpsCenter for Apache Cassandra promises simpler controls for the Apache-backed NoSQL database … continue reading

Year in Review: Open source

Apache, Hadoop, Linux and, of course, Oracle all made news this year … continue reading

The five “Next Big Things” in open source

What do experts see as the “projects to watch” for 2011 and beyond? … continue reading

Informatica, Cloudera team up to support Hadoop

The partnership will bring Informatica integrations and tools to bear on Hadoop and large data sets, starting in 2011 … continue reading

RHIPE combines Hadoop and the R analytics language

Revolution Analytics aims to help build software packages for building analytics applications in large data sets … continue reading

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