• Is Apache Spark the next big thing in big data analytics?

    At Spark Summit East, Databricks talked up a storm about its new Spark cloud offering in an effort to distinguish the data processing engine from MapReduce and the Hadoop stack: The Data Mill reports.

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  • MapR supports latest Apache Drill; InfiniDB closes shop

    News briefs describe MapR's latest Hadoop distribution, which includes Apache Drill for SQL analytics. Also, InfiniDB said it will close down business.

    Jack Vaughan3,380 pointsBadges:
  • Apache Spark trumps MapReduce in speed, flexibility

    The processing engine’s in-memory computing layer can supposedly run batch-processing programs 100 times faster. Does the vendor hype equal user adoption?

    Jack Vaughan3,380 pointsBadges:
  • Apache Falcon

    Apache Falcon is a data management tool for overseeing data pipelines in Hadoop clusters, with a goal of ensuring consistent and dependable performance on complex processing jobs.

    Margaret Rouse5,095 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.

    Jack Vaughan3,380 pointsBadges:
  • Do you use Apache OpenOffice or some other Microsoft Office suite alternative? How well has it worked for your organization?

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • Talend 5.6 adopts Apache Storm and Spark for real-time BI

    A German company vies with the likes of Amazon by adding Apache Storm and Spark to its portfolio, along with Talend 5.6 data integration.

    Jack Vaughan3,380 pointsBadges:
  • Apache Kafka

    Apache Kafka is a distributed publish-subscribe messaging system designed to replace traditional message brokers.

    Margaret Rouse5,095 pointsBadges:
  • Apache Spark

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

    Margaret Rouse5,095 pointsBadges:
  • Cassandra (Apache Cassandra)

    Apache Cassandra is an open source distributed database system for storing and managing large amounts of data across commodity servers without a single point of failure (SPoF). Cassandra, which can handle hundreds of thousands of requests per second, was originally created for Facebook.

    Margaret Rouse5,095 pointsBadges:

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