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A Hadoop Week in Review

With Hadoop Summit taking place earlier this week, the amount of news and announcements related to the Hadoop ecosystem was impressive and after a busy week I had quite a bit of hard time figuring out the most interesting bits:

  1. Hortonworks announced Hortonworks Data Platform 1.0 with an interesting approach for high-availability.
  2. VMWare announced Project Serengeti for virtualization-friendly Hadoop. It’s open source and VMWare collaborates with all major Hadoop players (Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR) to make it work.
  3. Some information about pricing for Hadoop support from Cloudera, Hortonworks, and MapR
  4. Amazon announced support for MapR Hadoop distribution on Amazon Elastic MapReduce
  5. Hive creators, previously at Facebook announce Qubole: a new on-demand Hadoop service

If some other news or announcements caught your attention this week, leave a comment or drop me a line.

Original title and link: A Hadoop Week in Review (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)