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  • Hadoop 2

    Apache Hadoop 2 is the second iteration of the Hadoop framework for distributed data processing.  Hadoop 2 adds support for running non-batch applications as well as new features to improve system...

  • Taking stock of Hadoop 2

    The release of Hadoop 2 seems to be all that prospective users and industry analysts can talk about. If you think all that chatter has translated into widespread adoption, you're wrong. The release -- a possible answer to calls for...

  • Hadoop cluster

    A Hadoop cluster is a special type of computational cluster designed specifically for storing and analyzing huge amounts of unstructured data in a distributed computing environment. 

  • Seeking Hadoop best practices for production

    Panelists at last month's Strata event viewed Hadoop best practices for production as part of a journey from proof of concept to operations workhorse.

  • Apache Hadoop applications: How to integrate Hadoop for mobile use

    To meet the needs of mobile application development, existing Hadoop applications should be used.

  • Hadoop 2 query: Less talk, more action with new Hadoop version?

    For all the hype about Hadoop, adoption remains relatively low. But the Hadoop 2 release could give prospective users more reasons to move forward.

  • Apache Hadoop FAQ for BI professionals

    Want to explore how Apache Hadoop can aid your BI / DW efforts? Get the most common questions about Hadoop answered in this tutorial.

  • External storage might make sense for Hadoop

    Using Hadoop to drive big data analytics doesn't necessarily mean building clusters of distributed storage; a good old array might be a better choice.

  • HMRC uses Hadoop to tackle corporate tax avoidance

    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) uses open source technology with a Hadoop NoSQL big data engine to analyse tax filings

  • Hadoop YARN adds more application threads for big data users

    Hadoop 2's new YARN resource manager ends the distributed processing framework's marriage to MapReduce. And that broadens what Hadoop systems can do.

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