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Black Duck Software Steps Up Its Focus on Open Source in Cars

There is rapidly growing interest in developing open source platforms and applications for use in cars. Last November, The Linux Foundation held its first-ever Automotive Linux Summit in Yokohama, Japan. "Linux has a competitive advantage in the automotive industry due to its ability to support the long-term support needs of automakers," said Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation.

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MapR Hadoop Expands Data Analysis Tools

MapR today announced a comprehensive set of data connection options for Hadoop enabling a wide range of data import and export options to extend the ability to connect to data warehouses and applications such as Talend Open Studio, Pentaho Kettle and an OBDC driver. A summary of the announcement from MapR can be found here. MapR enables virtually any ODBC-enabled application to connect and access data within...

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Hadoop Training Is Easy to Get, Online or Offline

With the Big Data trend in full swing--where organizations of all sizes are using sophisticated tools to mine data and yield useful insights--Hadoop has emerged as a star application. From big organizations like eBay and Yahoo to smaller ones, Hadoop has become a remarkable open source success story and has given rise to a number of commercial companies that offer custom distributions of it.

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Strata Conference 2012: The End of Big Data Hype?

Last year, I was slated to attend the first O'Reilly Strata Conference, but the 2011 Snowpocalypse intervened and said "no flights for you, St. Louis." Not only did I miss the inaugural Strata Conference, but it seems like I missed out on all the hype and irrational exuberance for big data as well.

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Front Ends and Connectors for Working with Hadoop are Arriving

At one point, the Big Data trend--sorting and sifting large data sets with new tools in pursuit of surfacing meaningful angles on stored information--was an enterprise-only story, but now businesses of all sizes are looking into tools that can help them glean meaningful insights from the data they store.

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