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More Details About the Teradata and Hortonworks Partnership

Some more interesting bits about the Teradata and Hortonworks partnership in Timothy Prickett Morgan’s “Teradata grabs Hortonworks by trunk” on The Register:

The Cloudera deal from September 2010 provided a pipe from a Hadoop cluster into the Teradata data warehouses, while the Hortonworks partnership announced today is providing a pipe between Hadoop and Aster Data appliances.

Hortonworks and Teradata will do joint marketing and development, and are exploring ways to better integrate their respective software. This will specifically be done on Data Platform 1.0 from Hortonworks and Aster Database 5.0 from Teradata. Future engineering work could include running the HortonWorks and Aster Data programs on the same physical clusters, side-by-side, although this is not the way customers tend to do it today, according to Argyros.

Original title and link: More Details About the Teradata and Hortonworks Partnership (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)