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Big Data's 2 big years is actually Hadoop

Doug Henschen makes two great points:

  1. Everyone wants to sell Hadoop:

    Practically every vendor out there has embraced Hadoop, going well beyond the fledgling announcements and primitive “connectors” that were prevalent two years ago. Industry heavyweights IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Pivotal, SAP, and Teradata are all selling and supporting Hadoop distributions — partnering, in some cases, with Cloudera and Hortonworks. Four of these six have vendor-specific distributions, Hadoop appliances, or both.

  2. Then everyone is building SQL-on-Hadoop.

Original title and link: Big Data’s 2 big years is actually Hadoop (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.informationweek.com/software/information-management/big-datas-2-big-years/d/d-id/1113664