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7 Questions to Understand What Type of Hadoop Intergration BI Vendors Mean

Hadoop certainly plays a key role in the big data revolution, so all Business Intelligence (BI) vendors are jumping on the bandwagon and say that they integrate with Hadoop. But what does that really mean?

Boris Evelson suggests 7 questions to clarify the kind and level of integration with Hadoop each BI vendor is providing. While not my space, most often I hear about this integration it only means: “we can use Hadoop as an ETL tool”.

Original title and link: 7 Questions to Understand What Type of Hadoop Intergration BI Vendors Mean (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.forrester.com/boris_evelson/12-09-25-what_do_bi_vendors_mean_when_they_say_they_integrate_with_hadoop