Hadoop Happenings: The Past and Future of Hadoop

By July 7, 2014

Hadoop Happenings Weekly Roundup

Check out this week’s most popular content about Hadoop. There was a lot of discussion this week about the history of Hadoop and how it will continue to be used as the technology transforms. CBInsights also offered a comparison of Hadoop vs. NoSQL vendor funding.

1. Cloudera: Impala’s it for interactive SQL on Hadoop; everything else will move to Spark Cloudera’s Mike Olson says his company is embracing Spark, but it will not replace Impala. Read More

2. How a little open source project came to dominate big data This overview of the evolution of Hadoop features insights from industry analysts and the founders of Hadoop, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella. Read More

3. Enterprise Hadoop: It’s What’s Next for Data Management Hadoop has transformed from a MapReduce processing engine to a flexible processing engine for the enterprise. Read More

4. Google’s MapReduce Divorce Does Not Mean End of Hadoop is Near Google’s adoption of Cloud Dataflow is not a signal that the end of Hadoop is near. Read More

5. Survey finds Hadoop is too slow, big data is too complex A small survey by Paradigm4 uncovered some of the difficulties data scientists have when working with big data. Read More

6. Hadoop’s success drives efforts to make it more secure This post discusses the efforts to make Hadoop more secure as it continues to gain traction with the enterprise. Read More

7. Hadoop vs. NoSQL – Which Big Data Technology Has Raised More Funding? This post provides a comparison of the amount of funding Hadoop vs. NoSQL vendors are taking in. Read More

8. Hadoop Market to hit $50 Billion by 2020 Sales of Hadoop technology is forecasted to reach $50.2 billion by 2020 worldwide. Read More

9. Hadoop : What It Is & How to Get Started This post provides an introduction to what Hadoop is and how to start learning more about it. Read More

10. HP in the Middle : Vertica is happy between traditional data warehouses and Hadoop This interview with Colin Mahony, VP of HP Vertica, discusses its place between the traditional data warehouse and Hadoop. Read More

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