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Choice of NoSQL databases from Cloudera

Adam Fowler1 looks at the potential confusion for Cloudera’s customers when talking about NoSQL databases:

As for Cloudera customers I’m not too sure. It may confuse people asking Cloudera about NoSQL. Below is a potential conversation that, as a sales engineer for NoSQL vendor MarkLogic, I can see easily happening:

This announcement struck me as being too publicized — it’s normal for companies with similar interests to partner, but a fair amount of care should be put into clearing all possible confusions and I don’t think this happened.

Just to summarize: Cloudera provides support for HBase and Accumulo. And it has a deal with MongoDB and Oracle. I assume in the sale process, Cloudera will go with: “we work with whatever you already have in place”. As for recommending a NoSQL solution for their customers, it will probably go as in Adam Fowler’s post. To which we could probably add Oracle too.


  1. Adam Fowler works for MarkLogic. 

Original title and link: Choice of NoSQL databases from Cloudera (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://adamfowlerml.wordpress.com/2014/05/05/choice-of-nosql-databases-from-cloudera/