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The latest release of Cloudera's Hadoop distribution puts big data processing into a neat stack for ease of use and efficiency.
Web giant adds patents related to software used to manage data centers to the patent collection it's making freely available to anyone, without fear of legal repercussion.
Cloudera is embracing the open-core software model for Cloudera Enterprise, its latest distribution of tools and services for the Apache Hadoop project.
Cloudera and Quest software are partnering to provide connectivity between Oracle and Hadoop.
To start, the online giant today said it has identified 10 patents related to MapReduce, which allows users to analyze large data sets. It won't sue over those patents unless first attacked.
The big stories of this year will continue into the next. But maybe not in the way you expect them to.
The open-source software, which has emerged as the de facto standard for big data processing, may be what tips enterprise in the favor of open source, according to some high-level execs.
The virtualization giant is moving up the big data stack with its new Serengeti open-source project.
Hadoop's community continues to grow, which is great news for Cloudera, the company behind the industry's first commercial distribution of Hadoop.
Growth, revenue, and data are all great ways to catch an investor's attention, but it all comes down to focus.