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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


HP Acquires Vertica

The official announcement of HP’s acquisition of Vertica is here. And I think this is also explaining the disappearing of the last article Michael Stonebraker published on Vertica blog about 6 criteria for real column stores.

Original title and link: HP Acquires Vertica (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)