• Apache Sqoop a crucial link for big data analytics in the cloud

    Hadoop is becoming the popular enterprise choice for big data analytics, but getting your data there isn't so simple. Apache Sqoop is stepping in to help bring the vital data from your database to Hadoop.

    SearchCloudComputing1,375 pointsBadges:
  • News recap: Apache Spark’s big week and organizing BI

    A number of vendors announced new Apache Spark integrations this week, and Dresner Advisory explains how businesses are organizing their BI programs.

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  • News recap: Jawbone’s data publication and SAS on YARN

    Reactions were mixed when Jawbone dropped published its data on how the California earthquake affected people's sleep. SAS also made news, announcing better integration with YARN.

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  • Apache Spark

    Apache Spark is an open-source parallel processing framework that enables users to run large-scale data analytics applications across clustered systems.

    ITKE346,430 pointsBadges:
  • Apache

    Apache is a freely available Web server that is distributed under an "open source" license.

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  • Is Spark the next MapReduce?

    Nicole Laskowski2,185 pointsBadges:
  • Apache Spark in-memory prowess ignites interest in big data circles

    Data scientists look to Apache Spark to ask the really big data questions and get answers faster.

    Nicole Laskowski2,185 pointsBadges:
  • Apache Spark goes 1.0, looks to improve on MapReduce performance

    The Apache Software Foundation released Version 1.0 of Spark, a processing framework aimed at outpacing MapReduce for machine learning and other uses.

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  • Kicking the Windows habit: Apache vs. IIS

    IT departments are thinking beyond Windows and looking at alternatives for cost's sake, security's sake, or even variety's sake. SearchWin2000 spotlights some of those alternatives -- today we scout Apache, the IIS antagonist.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • What has better file-level security — Apache or IIS?

    If you're weighing the choice between Apache and IIS, I can assume you've decided to launch a Web server on the Windows platform. In that case, file security seems like an odd way to differentiate the two services. Generally, people choose Apache or IIS based on the applications they'll be running,...

    ITKE346,430 pointsBadges:

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