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Making Hadoop Safe for Mission Critical Applications: CIOs Afraid of the NameNode

We all know there’s lots of excitement and buzz surrounding Hadoop, but talk to some CIOs in “non-web” industries about moving mission critical apps to the open source Big Data framework and you’re bound to hear a little fear in their voices. They’re worried that Hadoop is not ready for primetime because it has a single point of failure.

Seriously? Can you actually visualize a CIO being afraid of the NameNode? Does he look like this?

FEAR.

Original title and link: Making Hadoop Safe for Mission Critical Applications: CIOs Afraid of the NameNode (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://siliconangle.com/jeffkelly/2013/01/08/making-hadoop-safe-for-mission-critical-applications/