For those of us that haven’t been at the Hadoop Summit 2011:
The main takeaway from Hadoop Summit 2010 was Cascalog. I predict the main takeaway from Hadoop Summit 2011 is Spark.
My essential points are that the “birthers” (where hadoop has been born) and “adopters” (where hadoop will be used in enterprises) have a strong intersection today, modulo some extras on both sides…
However, at t = 3 years from now, we can either go separate ways because of different demands… or come together […]
[Hadoop] No longer a West Coast early adopter phenomenon. Hadoop isn’t quite mainstream, but almost, not quite at enterprise level purchasing but getting close.
A 4 minutes interview with the Eric Baldescwieler, CEO of Hortonworks, the Yahoo! Hadoop spin-off:
- Cloudera Enterprise 3.5 : Full lifecycle management of Apache Hadoop deployments featuring the Service and Configuration Manager, Activity Monitor, Enhancements to Resource Manager and Authorization Manager
- Karmasphere Studio Community Hadoop Virtual Appliance for developers: a free virtual machine imagine including Apache Hadoop, Ubuntu Linux, the Eclipse IDE and Karmasphere Studio Community.
Last, but not least you can read Derrick Harris’ overview post .
Original title and link: Hadoop Summit 2011 in Review ( ©myNoSQL)