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12 Hadoop Vendors to Watch in 2012

My list of 8 most interesting companies for the future of Hadoop didn’t try to include anyone having a product with the Hadoop word in it. But the list from InformationWeek does. To save you 15 clicks, here’s their list:

  • Amazon Elastic MapReduce
  • Cloudera
  • Datameer
  • EMC (with EMC Greenplum Unified Analytics Platform and EMC Data Computing Appliance)
  • Hadapt
  • Hortonworks
  • IBM (InfoSphere BigInsights)
  • Informatica (for HParser)
  • Karmasphere
  • MapR
  • Microsoft
  • Oracle

Original title and link: 12 Hadoop Vendors to Watch in 2012 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


What Is Informatica HParser for Hadoop?

Sifting through the PRish announcements related to Informatica HParser, what I’ve figured out so far is:

  • it is the T in ETL
  • a visual tool for creating parsing definitions for formats like web logs, XML, JSON, FIX, SWIFT, HL7, CDR, WORD, PDF, XLS, etc.
  • transformations can be accessed from Hadoop MapReduce, Hive, or Pig
  • the benefits of using HParser come from being able to share the same parsing definitions/transformations in the context of the Hadoop distributed environment
  • HParser tries to provide an optimal transformation solution when streaming, splitting, and processing large files
  • HParser is available in two licensing formats: community and commercial

Original title and link: What Is Informatica HParser for Hadoop? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


Cloudera: A Business Inteligence Leader

The Informatica accord is Cloudera’s second partnership this year with a leading DI player. Back in August, Cloudera cemented a deal with open source software (OSS) data integration (DI) specialist Talend. It also has partnerships with Teradata Corp., the former Netezza Inc., the former Greenplum Software Corp., Aster Data Systems Inc., Vertica Inc., and Pentaho.

One thing’s for sure: Cloudera is certainly attracting attention.

The strategy is surprisingly simple: make it easy to put data in and get it out.

Original title and link: Cloudera: A Business Inteligence Leader (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://tdwi.org/articles/2011/02/16/cloudera-leader-bi-hadoop.aspx