The Apache Software Foundation has succeeded admirably in becoming a place where new software ideas are developed: today over 350 projects are underway. The challenges for the Hadoop user are twofold: trying to decide which projects might be useful in big data-related cases, and determining which are supported by commercial distributors. In Now, What is Hadoop? And What’s Supported? I list 10 supported by only one: Atlas, Calcite, Crunch, Drill, Falcon, Kite, LLAMA, Lucene, Phoenix and Presto. Let’s look at them a little more.
Hadoop Projects Supported By Only One Distribution
Posted byMerv AdrianPosted inUncategorizedTags:Amazon, amazon-web-services, ambari, Apache, apache-drill, apache-parquet, apache-yarn, atlas, Avro, big data, BigInsights, calcite, Cassandra, cloudera, crunch, data warehouse, DBMS, Drill, falcon, Gartner, Hadoop, Hbase, HDFS, Hive, Hortonworks, IBM, Impala, Industry trends, kite, llama, Lucene, MapR, MapReduce, odp, Oozie, open source, OSS, Parquet, phoenix, Pig, Pivotal, presto, ranger, RDBMS, SAS, solr, SQL, Teradata, zookeeper
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Independent information technology market analyst and consultant, 40 years of industry experience, covering software in and around the data management space. View more posts