CMS Wire – Can Everyone in the Hadoop Market Win?

Big data wins aren’t about which vendor is better than the next or which analytics provider offers the best algorithms.

”Hadoop is transformative,” Hortonworks President Herb Cunitz told the crowd at theHadoop Summit this week in San Jose, Calif.  It’s not an experiment. It’s not a technology for one application, he explained. “It transforms business models and creates new business models,” he said, adding that’s it’s not a “winner take all” one-vendor game.

There are a seemingly endless number of vendors in each category and more and more coming out of stealth each week.

At the end of the day the third platform is all about “Community” it seems. While we can’t provide that latest on all of them, here are some announcements we took notice of this week.  – Read “Cloudwick and Pepperdata Team Up” on CMS Wire

 

SD Times – Hadoop Summit roundup – including Cloudwick

Cloudwick launches Cloudwick Insights
Open-source Big Data integration software provider Cloudwick has rolled out a new Cloudwick Insights service at Hadoop Summit to assess Hadoop and Spark jobs by CPU, RAM, disk I/O and network utilization using Pepperdata. The service is designed to optimize real-time Hadoop performance.

See story on SD Times

InsideBIGDATA – Cloudwick Launches Cloudwick Insight™ for Hadoop Powered by Pepperdata

HADOOP SUMMIT 2015 NEWS

Cloudwick, a leading enterprise Open Source Systems Integrator and Managed Service Provider to the Global 1000, announced at Hadoop Summit today its newest service, called Cloudwick Insight™ for Hadoop. Read the full story on InsideBIGDATA.