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MapR Claims Title as De Facto Standard for Hadoop

Maureen O’Gara:

The champagne has been flowing over at MapR since Google announced the integration of its Distribution for Hadoop with Google Compute Engine, the start-up’s second big win in a row.

Indeed, MapR on Amazon Elastic MapReduce and Google Compute Engine are two very important events in the life of MapR and for the Hadoop ecosystem in general. But there’s still a long way from these to being a de facto standard.

Original title and link: MapR Claims Title as De Facto Standard for Hadoop (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.sys-con.com/node/2313105