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Hortonworks at 1 Year: Promises and Achievements

I’d normally wouldn’t link to a pat on the back post, but Hortonworks’ presence in the Hadoop market has accelerated its evolution and adoption. Plus the promises Hortonworks made 1 year ago represents a very good list of the shortcomings new adopters of Hadoop are still facing:

  • make Apache Hadoop easier to install, manage, and use
  • make Apache Hadoop more robus
  • make Apache Hadoop easier to integrate and extend
  • deliver an ever-increasing array of services aimed at improving the Hadoop experience and support in the growing needs of enterprises, systems integrators and technology vendors

Original title and link: Hortonworks at 1 Year: Promises and Achievements (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)