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–Next LAMP Stack

Posted by Brett Sheppard on July 27, 2010

 

The Next LAMP Stack: Hadoop Platform for Big Data Analytics

Editor’s note: a shorter version of this article appeared on GigaOM.

Many Fortune 500 and mid-size enterprises are intrigued by Hadoop for Big Data analytics and are funding Hadoop test/dev projects, but would like to see Hadoop evolve into a more fully integrated analytics platform, similar to what the LAMP (Linux, Apache HTTP Server, MySQL and PHP) stack has enabled for web applications. For example, head of technology strategy and innovation at credit card giant Visa, Joe Cunningham, told the audience at last year’s Hadoop World that he would like to see Visa’s use of Hadoop evolve from an alpha/beta environment into mainstream use for transaction analysis, but has concerns about integration and operations management.

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–Accel Event Recap

Posted by Brett Sheppard on July 22, 2010

Hadoop, Memcached and Solid-state Storage

Hosted at Stanford University, Accel Partners brought together executives from four of their portfolio companies to discuss evolution of a “New Data Stack” incorporating Hadoop, memcached and sold-state storage. Read the rest of this entry »

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