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Announcing Open Source, Interactive Search on Hadoop

Announced through a webinar with all big name analysts listening, Cloudera announced Cloudera Search:

Cloudera Search brings full-text, interactive search and scalable indexing to your data in Hadoop. Cloudera Search adds to and extends the value of Apache Solr™, the enterprise standard for open source search. With Cloudera’s 100% open source Big Data platform, CDH, Cloudera Search gains the same fault tolerance, scale, visibility, and flexibility provided to other workloads, like MapReduce, Apache Hive™, and Cloudera Impala.

You know who did this first, right? DataStax. And it was over a year ago.

Original title and link: Announcing Open Source, Interactive Search on Hadoop (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://app.go.cloudera.com/e/es.aspx?s=1465054361&e=9583&elq=2a81ee10fb714c3c9afc2225da89700c