Not everyone is sure whether they have big data or not, or whether they need a NoSQL system to handle it.
DataStax, the commercial leader in Apache Cassandra, today released Brisk, a second-generation open source Hadoop distribution that the company says eliminates the key operational complexities with deploying and running Hadoop and Hive in production.
EMC World 2011 is casting the umbra of Big Data and the Cloud over Las Vegas today and Hadoop has taken its usual front-and-center stage in the spotlight.
EMC World is taking place in Las Vegas today. In addition to the announcement of EMC’s own Apache Hadoop appliance and distribution, several other companies have announced new products.
The recent excitement around Hadoop has culminated in five new Hadoop products today from EMC, NetApp, Mellanox, SnapLogic and DataStax.
After launching its base product back in February 2011, Apache Cassandra focused company DataStax has announced a free version of its OpsCenter platform for the Cassandra open-source distributed database management system.
First of all, let’s leave aside the issue of whether we’re in a bubble or not, and just assume that we are.
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