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Confronting the need for growing customer demand for Hadoop-based solutions, Apache Hadoop-based software and support provider to the enterprise, Cloudera, has opened new offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, China, meanwhile also enhancing outreach in China and Asia. “With a strong economy, successful enterprises and local developers, China is a

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Apache Hadoop Technology pioneer for Big Data Deployments, MapR, revealed that in November this year, the number of enterprises subscribing to MapR has crossed 700. The growth is not limited to new customers alone, as the outfit saw a dollar-based net expansion rate of more than 200% for the quarter

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Hortonworks, the data platform that delivers Enterprise Apache Hadoop, integrated with existing systems to create an efficient and scalable way to manage enterprise data, has filed for an Initial Public Offering. The number of shares to be sold and the price range for the proposed offering are yet to be

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ConversationsMachine Learning

In the first part of our interview with Sean Owen, Cloudera‘s Director of Data Science, we discussed the relationship between machine learning and Hadoop, the future of Apache Mahout and why machine learning has become such hot property. In this part of our discussion, we delved into the future of

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The public transport provider of San Diego, the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), is now using big data analysis in order to effectively use the massive influx of information it garners. The data comes from diverse sources including GPS-based automatic location devices on buses, automatic passenger counters on trolleys, a smart-card

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Hadoop is free, but what's the catch?
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Hadoop is designed to make storing and processing large amounts of data affordable. It does this in two ways: Through hardware, by allowing use of normal processing chips, and Through software, with the open-source Apache licence Open-source software essentially means Hadoop is free, or more specifically no licence fee needs

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Dataguise, a big data security service, has announced the Big Data Protection Partner Program (BDP3).  The program’s goal is to provide users’ big data projects with a heightened level of protection to stop the most sensitive end user information from falling into the wrong hands. A statement from co-founder and

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