Cloudera working with Hadoop: An update

Today, Apache Hadoop is one of the most popular open source software frameworks for Big Data. There are many reasons for this, but key among them is the ability to process data in scalable ways. Hadoop can execute commands over data fast. What once was slow or even impossible can now be done fast. The […]

CDH: The standard for Hadoop in the enterprise just got better

In June Cloudera announced the general availability of CDH4 and Cloudera Manager 4.  These releases are significant milestones for the Big Data community, and are also important to any organization which has yet to being their Big Data journey. CDH4 and Cloudera Manager 4 make it far easier to begin projects the right way. Both […]

Cloudera Introduces Fourth Generation of Its Big Data Platform to Drive Ease of Use, Integration and Adoption of Apache Hadoop for the Enterprise

Release of CDH4 and Cloudera Enterprise 4.0 Sets the Standard for Hadoop in the Enterprise PALO ALTO, CA – June 5, 2012 – Cloudera, the category leader that is setting the standard for Apache Hadoop in the enterprise, today unveiled the fourth generation of its flagship Apache Hadoop data management platform, Cloudera Enterprise. Cloudera Enterprise […]

Cloudera Day in DC

Carahsoft hosted a Cloudera Day in the DC area on 26 January 2012. Cloudera executives speaking at the event included their CEO Mike Olson, CTO Amr Awadallah, VP of Product Charles Zedlewski, VP of Customer Solutions Omer Trajman, and Cloudera’s Architect Doug Cutting. Doug is known as the founder of many successful open source projects including Lucene, […]

Hadoop Quickstart: Build a Cluster In The Cloud In 20 Minutes Or Less

Editor’s note: The tips Bryan Halfpap provides below really work. I stood up a working Hadoop Cluster in under 20 minutes, from cold iron to production ready, using just his guidance and a Rackspace account. bg   I’ve been working with Apache Hadoop in my lab, spending much of that with CDH3 (the Cloudera Distribution including […]

Hadoop is an Open Source Revolution: Federal Computer Week Interview

Open source software has historically had a hard time competing with its big budget proprietary rivals but, as Bob Gourley explains in an interview with Federal Computer Week, “Hadoop is totally unique in many ways.” Hadoop, and a handful of open-source tools that complement it, has no equal when it comes to making gigantic and […]