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DataTorrent, A Big Data Platform Built On Hadoop, Can Process A Billion Events Per Second | TechCrunch

DataTorrent, A Big Data Platform Built On Hadoop, Can Process A Billion Events Per Second | TechCrunch | Big Data, Cloud and Social everything | Scoop.it

DataTorrent made its primary product, DataTorrent RTS, generally available today. The product is built on top of Hadoop 2.0 and allows companies to process massive amounts of big data in real time.

According to Phu Hoang, co-founder of the company, who was one of the first engineers at Yahoo! hired in 1996, the product can process more than a billion data events per second. Prior to a product like DataTorrent, companies would be looking back at what happened, rather than processing it in real time as it happens, and that’s a big change. ....


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Cray integrates Hadoop Big Data analytics with supercomputers

Cray integrates Hadoop Big Data analytics with supercomputers | Big Data, Cloud and Social everything | Scoop.it
Cray is bringing integrated open source Hadoop Big Data analytics software to its supercomputing platforms.
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5 Reasons Hadoop Is Kicking Can and Taking Names

5 Reasons Hadoop Is Kicking Can and Taking Names | Big Data, Cloud and Social everything | Scoop.it
Hadoop s momentum is unstoppable as its open source roots grow wildly into enterprises.
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Hadoop: How it Became Big Data's Lynchpin

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Doug Cutting, creator of the distributed computing platform Hadoop, on why the platform is in an almost unassailable position and what's in store for the platform.

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