Hortonworks Data Platform 2.0 is now certified for Ubuntu 12.04
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[W]hat if you want to schedule both memory and CPU, and you need them in possibly different and changing proportions? If you have 6GB and three cores, and I have 4GB and two cores, it’s pretty clear that I should get the next container. What if you have 6GB and three cores, but I have 4GB and four cores? Sure, you have a larger total number of units, but cores might be more valuable. To complicate things further, I might care about CPU more than you do.
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When an organization decides to deploy Hadoop as data processing and data storage infrastructure to significantly reduce costs in those areas, the problem of information management in Hadoop must be addressed, or the efficient use of data stored in Hadoop by multiple stakeholders in the organization is greatly restricted. The current generation of data processing platforms, the RDBMS, has information management built in, Hadoop doesn’t.
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Hadoop 2.0 underscores the fact that it is becoming a de facto ecosystem for Big Data developers across the globe. Got an idea for a new app or web service? Build it on top of Hadoop. Take the core product in a different direction. If others find that app or web service useful, expect further development on top of your work.
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