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Pepperdata Casts a Bright Light on Amazon Elastic MapReduce; Reveals Hidden Cost, Performance Metrics

Users of Amazon Elastic MapReduce to run big data and analytics projects are about to be offered a new world of visibility and control. Pepperdata, working with Amazon, is casting light into the dark corners of EMR operations, letting users see, manage and control the performance and costs for their jobs, workloads and apps.

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Cloudera Intensifies Commitment to Unify Hadoop and Spark for Enterprise-Class Big Data

This fall, Cloudera is intensifying its commitment to make Apache Spark a replacement for MapReduce in the Hadoop ecosystem as the core data execution engine for workloads. Cloudera execs speak with IDN about their next roadmap for improving Spark’s scale, security, management and more.

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SOA Software’s EnVision Platform for API Analytics Brings New Level of Business, Technical Insights

As enterprise APIs take off, execs are now looking for better business analytics to help them see how successful (or not) their API projects really are. SOA Software is responding with EnVision, a new level of API analytics platform that integrates business and technical metrics for insights previously unavailable.   IDN speaks with SOA Software’s Sachin Agarwal.

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SnapLogic's iPaaS Adds Big Enhancements for Big Data with Hadoop 2.0

SnapLogic is stretching the capabilities of its Elastic Integration Platform with big enhancements for big data. The SnapLogic Fall 2014 cloud-based iPaaS brings its "snap-based" app integration technology to Hadoop 2.0, making it easier to acquire and prep data – and deliver analytics to users. IDN speaks with SnapLogic's Chief Scientist Greg Benson.

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MapR Embraces Apache Spark To Ease ‘Real-Time’ Analytics with Hadoop

MapR Technologies wants to make it easier for Hadoop to deliver real-time analytics by adding full Apache Spark support to its MapR Hadoop distribution. To learn how full Spark support will help devs and IT operations, IDN talks with MapR’s Jack Norris.

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O’Reilly Strata Survey Looks a Salaries for Big Data Devs

A recent survey by O'Reilly found devs who are versed in open source or commercial big data tools and languages can make a pretty penny. Devs can expect to earn up to $150,000 annually – the biggest earners are those who can work with multiple “‘open” tools. IDN speaks with O’Reilly survey co-author John King.

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Teradata Updates Aster Platform, Unified Data Architecture To Make Big Data a ‘Snap’

Teradata’s latest updates to its analytics discovery platform aims to open up data analytics to more mainstream users. Teradata’s Aster Discovery Platform 6 sports an innovative “snap together” technology to empower non-technical users to generate business insights. IDN speaks with Teradata’s Senior Director Manan Goel.

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MapR, HStreaming Hadoop Upgrades Open Big Data Horizons for Integration, Real-Time

MapR Technologies, a provider of distribution of Apache Hadoop, has taken several steps to enhance its open distribution for the Big Data technology. Meanwhile, HStreaming continues to optimize its scalable continuous data analytics platform to better equip Hadoop for real-time data analysis and visualization applications.

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Talend Open Studio for Big Data Tackles Complexity

Talend is taking the complexity out of big data projects with a product based on Talend Open Studio that adds native support for Apache Hadoop, a powerful Eclipse plug-in, graphical tools to speed data loading and components to auto-generate code for Hadoop.  IDN speaks with Jim Walker, Talend’s director of global product marketing, about Talend Open Studio for Big Data.

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iWay Unites On-Demand Integration, Big Data for Real-Time Analytics

iWay Software, a unit of Information Builders, is bringing together the worlds of on-demand integration with Big Data.  IDN explores how iWay has optimized its long-standing any-to-any integration framework and connector architecture to make it easier for IT to design and deploy solutions based on MapReduce, Hadoop and other new data and analytics technologies.

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Syncsort Looks To Improve Hadoop for Big Data Performance, Data Integration

Syncsort, a provider of data integration and data protection solutions, wants to contribute an external sort “plug-in” to Hadoop’s open source community to open up Hadoop to more users, a Syncsort exec told IDN. The company also released a commercial product optimized for Hadoop.

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