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Containerized Spark Deployment Pays Dividends

Aug 7, 2017 |

Hadoop has emerged as a general purpose big data operating system that can perform a range of tasks and run all kinds of processing engines. But all that power and flexibility comes with a cost, which is something that one prominent healthcare analytics firm decided it didn’t want to pay anymore. Read more…

Concord Claims 10x Performance Edge on Spark Streaming

Jul 14, 2016 |

Organizations that are looking for a stream processing engine upon which to build fast data applications featuring high-throughput and low-latency may want to check out Concord, a new framework that emerged from the ad-tech world and reportedly runs 10 times faster than Spark Streaming and Storm. Read more…

Alliance Coalesces Around Mesosphere Platform

Apr 21, 2016 |

The datacenter operating system movement continues to gather momentum with the announcement by Apache Mesos developer Mesosphere of a broad alliance backing the beta release of an all-encompassing platform for building and scaling enterprise applications. Read more…

From Hadoop to Zeta: Inside MapR’s Convergence Conversion

Mar 8, 2016 |

If you’re a regular Datanami reader, you likely know MapR Technologies as a Hadoop distributor, one of the three “pure play” providers alongside Hortonworks and Cloudera. But with its integrated NoSQL database, a modified distributed file system, and an integrated stream processing engine that shipped today—key elements of its so-called Zeta Architecture–it’s become increasingly difficult to put MapR in the Hadoop bucket. Read more…

Teradata Puts Aster in Hadoop for IoT Analytics

Oct 19, 2015 |

The Internet of Things (IoT) is simultaneously a colossal data management challenge and the analytic opportunity of a lifetime. Teradata (NYSE: TDC) addressed both of those today with two product announcements, including an Apache Kafka-based applications for routing IoT data into Hadoop, and the introduction of a Hadoop-native version of its Aster analytics suite. Read more…

Riak Taps Mesos for ‘Push Button’ NoSQL Scalability

Aug 20, 2015 |

At the MesosCon conference this week, Basho Technologies and Cisco are demonstrating the Riak key-value store database running atop Apache Mesos, the next-gen cluster manager developed by UC Berkeley’s AMPLab. Read more…

Project Myriad Brings Hadoop Closer to Mesos

Feb 12, 2015 |

One of the challenges of running Hadoop is resource management. The process of spinning up and managing hundreds, if not tens of thousands, of server nodes in a Hadoop cluster—and spinning them down and moving them, etc.–is way too hard to do manually. Read more…

The Art of Scheduling in Big Data Infrastructures Today

Jun 24, 2013 |Arun Murthy, architect with Hortonworks, said recently that the Hadoop community wanted to “fundamentally re-architect Hadoop...in a way where multiple types of applications can operate efficiently and predictable within the same cluster”. The starting point to do this, he says, is YARN, which has the potential to “turn Hadoop from a single application system to a multi-application operating system”. Fritz Ferstl, CTO with Univa argues that such efforts may run the risk of reinventing the wheel. Read more…

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