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Claim Chowder: Microsoft’s Dryad Technology to Take on Google’s MapReduce

In Dec.2010, Joab Jackson writes for IDG News Service: Microsoft’s Dryad technology to take on Google’s MapReduce. Just 11 months later, in Nov.2011, Doug Henschen writes for the same IDG News Service: Microsoft Ditches Dryad, Focuses On Hadoop - Software.

Nothing wrong with Microsoft decision. Same cannot be said though about the titles and articles published by the IDG News Service network.

Original title and link: Claim Chowder: Microsoft’s Dryad Technology to Take on Google’s MapReduce (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)