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Nokia’s Big Data Ecosystem: Hadoop, Teradata, Oracle, MySQL

Nokia’s big data ecosystem consists of a centralized, petabyte-scale Hadoop cluster that is interconnected with a 100-TB Teradata enterprise data warehouse (EDW), numerous Oracle and MySQL data marts, and visualization technologies that allow Nokia’s 60,000+ users around the world tap into the massive data store. Multi-structured data is constantly being streamed into Hadoop from the relational systems, and hundreds of thousands of Scribe processes run every day to move data from, for example, servers in Singapore to a Hadoop cluster in the UK. Nokia is also a big user of Apache Sqoop and Apache HBase.

In the coming years you’ll hear more often stories—sales pitches—about single unified platforms solving all these problems at once. But platforms that will survive and thrive are those that will accomplish two things:

  1. keep the data gates open: in and out.
  2. work with different other platform to make this efficiently for users

Original title and link: Nokia’s Big Data Ecosystem: Hadoop, Teradata, Oracle, MySQL (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.cloudera.com/blog/2013/04/customer-spotlight-nokias-big-data-ecosystem-connects-cloudera-teradata-oracle-and-others/