Oracle Big Data Appliance and Big Data Connectors support integration with Hadoop, Cloudera Manager and Oracle NoSQL Database. Oracle announced last month the availability of Big Data Appliance and Connectors as well as partnership with Cloudera. They also recently announced the Advanced Analytics for Big Data by integrating R statistical programming language into Oracle Database 11g.
Companies rely more and more on big data when making their decisions. Amazon, Cloudera, and IBM have announced their Hadoop-as-a-Service offerings, while Microsoft promises to do the same next year.
Cloudera recently announced Cloudera Enterprise, a commercial bundling of Hadoop and a dozen other supporting open source projects. InfoQ interviewed Product Manager Charles Zedlewski for more detail about what this means for conventional enterprises and the future face of Hadoop.
The GigaOM Stucture conference a couple of weeks ago addressed many areas of cloud computing. One of the key themes of the event was the emergence of new data architectures. Throughout the panels, interviews, and presentations many speakers identified significant changes in how data gets handled that will be coming.
Numerous projects have sprouted up around the popular Hadoop open source implementation of map reduce in the last year. Now Cloudera is releasing Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop, an open source product seeking to make it easier for company's to begin using Hadoop.