Apache Hive brings real-time queries to Hadoop

Hive's SQL-like query language and vastly improved speed on huge data sets make it the perfect partner for an enterprise data warehouse

By Steven Núñez, InfoWorld |  Big Data, Apache Hive, Hadoop

Apache Hive is a tool built on top of Hadoop for analyzing large, unstructured data sets using a SQL-like syntax, thus making Hadoop accessible to legions of existing BI and corporate analytics researchers. Developed by Facebook engineers and contributed to the Apache Foundation as an open source project, Hive is now at the forefront of big data analysis in commercial environments. 

Hive, like the rest of the Hadoop ecosystem, is a fast-moving target. This review covers version 0.13, which addresses several shortcomings in previous versions. It also brings a significant speed boost to SQL-like queries across large-scale Hadoop clusters, building on new capabilities for interactive query introduced in prior releases. 

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