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Cloudera and VMware Work Together to Accelerate Enterprise Use of Hadoop in Virtual and Cloud Environments
Thought this might be interesting to our readers. It doesn’t apply to our implementation, but it might be useful to someone.
Traditional Vendors Don’t Get Hadoop The Big Data Hype cycle is in full swing and I’m continuously hounded by vendors claiming to have an offering that works with Big Data. The problem is most of the vendors simply don’t get … Continue reading
After working thru the various hardware and NAS issues, I started building the Dev cluster in earnest late last week. I lost a day and half this week with corp. silliness. By the end of Wednesday I had a 3 … Continue reading
Hardware can still suck. We took a paper bicycle approach to hardware because the real value of Hadoop is in the software. Crappy hardware is always a burden. It’s the little things. I just want a RAID controller that works … Continue reading
Bringing the power of Hadoop to the enterprise is a tricky matter. While we all know the wonderful virtues of distributed storage and compute and how it’s solving Big Data problems in the web world, it is entirely a different … Continue reading
Today let us consider the great philosophy of the late Chris Farley. Now replace the words sale with Hadoop project. Viola! A typical enterprise architect! Go joe-joe! Well Farley gets it right in the end so perhaps there’s hope.
To all of our loyal followers, we apologize. Yes, it’s been a while since we’ve posted anything “news worthy.” We are currently in the thick of things standing up a new cluster. Here is are a couple of minor tidbits … Continue reading
The 2013 Hadoop Summit is coming up and I’d like to see us presenting a few topics. From reading this blog. It sounds like it can be pretty darn competitive to get space at the summit. They had “2:1 rejection … Continue reading
I sat in a meeting this week and discussed how a certain company could speed up our effectiveness, efficiency and seamlessly integrate with our Hadoop cluster. As I sat through that meeting the further along I went and the more … Continue reading