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Big Data Hadoop Death Match – Again But – Hadoop Era is Different from Linux Era

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Matt Asay, VP of big data cloud startup called Nodeable, writes a post today titled “Becoming Red Hat:  Cloudera & Hortonworks Big Data Death Match”.  He grabbed that headline from a link to our content on free research site Wikibon.org -thx Matt.

The argument of who contributes more to Hadoop was surfaced by Gigaom a year ago and that didn’t play well in the market because know one cared.  Back then one year ago I was super critical of Hortonworks when they launched and also critical of Cloudera of not leading more in the market.

This notion of a cold war between the two companies is not valid.  Why?  The market is growing way to fast to matter.  Both Cloudera and Hortonworks will be very successful and it’s not a winner take all market.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Big Data Hadoop Death Match – Again But – Hadoop Era is Different from Linux Era- SiliconANGLE.com

       

 

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