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Separating Open Source Signal From Enterprise Hadoop Noise

Shaun Connolly for Hortonworks’s blog:

We also believe that any company that thinks they are “all in” on making open source Apache Hadoop into an enterprise-viable platform needs to have key committers working on the open source technologies (Hortonworks has 50+ committers) or partner with a company like Hortonworks who is focused on working with the ecosystem on ensuring Hadoop integrates and interoperates well with existing enterprise systems and tools.

Original title and link: Separating Open Source Signal From Enterprise Hadoop Noise (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://hortonworks.com/blog/separating-open-source-signal-from-enterprise-hadoop-noise/