Databricks, the company founded by the team that created Apache® Spark™, today announced that Apache Spark 2.0 is generally available on its just-in-time data platform, making it the first vendor to offer Apache Spark 2.0 support.
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Databricks Becomes the First Vendor to Provide Support for Apache® Spark™ 2.0 on Its Just-in-Time Data Platform
Cloudera Announces the General Availability of Cloudera Navigator Optimizer and Cloudera Enterprise 5.8
Cloudera announced the general availability of Cloudera Navigator Optimizer, alongside the production release of Cloudera Enterprise 5.8.
MapR Debuts New Data Science-Led Quick Start Solution Focused on Risk Management for Financial Services
MapR Technologies, Inc., provider of the Converged Data Platform, announced the immediate availability of the MapR Risk Management Quick Start Solution for Financial Services powered by the MapR Converged Data Platform.
Qubole, the big data-as-a-service company, announced the launch of its Cloudera Migration Program to help enterprises expand their use of big data by gaining the advantages of the cloud.
In this contributed article, TJ Laher, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Cybersecurity at Cloudera discusses how the convergence of big data technology, analytic advancements, and a variety of other factors have sparked a cybersecurity renaissance that will forever change how organizations protect themselves in this new mobile, social, and hyper-connected world they now operate within.
While at Hadoop Summit 2016, I had the opportunity to catch up with Jack Norris, Senior Vice President of Data and Applications at Mapr, to discuss all the progress the company has made in the past year.
Sumo Logic, a leading cloud-native, machine data analytics service, announced the availability of its Sumo Logic App for MongoDB to provide a deeper, in-depth view into the operational health and performance of MongoDB deployments than ever before.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced a new version of its industry leading database software, IBM DB2 V11.1 to help developers easily bridge on-premise applications to the cloud and enable a hybrid data architecture.
“Presto is a perfect fit with the Teradata Unified Data Architecture, an integrated analytical ecosystem for our enterprise customers. Presto enables companies to leverage standard ANSI SQL to execute interactive queries against Hadoop data. With Presto, utilizing Teradata’s Query Grid connector for Presto, customers can execute queries that originate in Teradata Integrated Data Warehouse that join data within the IDW and Hadoop leveraging Presto.”
IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Cisco (NYSE: CSCO) announced they will partner to combine the market-leading strengths of each company to transform how knowledge-workers collaborate and work. The companies will form a suite of cloud-based workplace tools and applications infused with IBM Watson.