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Oracle and Hadoop Getting Closer

Back in January, I was writing about some solutions to integrate Oracle databases with Hadoop and also speculated that most probably more and more tools will look into providing MapReduce support.

Last week, Cloudera and Quest Software have ☞ announced a new connector allowing Hadoop to pull data from Oracle databases.

For those database administrators who’ve suppressed their jealousy, while their programming and scripting colleagues talk gleefully about the death of relational databases, this week’s news may cause them to regain some pride.

[…] The new connector is currently known as Ora-Oop.