Moving beyond Hadoop for big data needs

Hadoop isn't enough anymore for enterprises that need new and faster ways to extract business value from massive datasets

By , Computerworld |  Big Data, Hadoop

Cloudera, the biggest vendor of commercial Hadoop technology, last week rolled out a technology called Cloudera Impala, a real-time query engine for data stored in Hadoop Distributed File System.

The Impala technology will allow companies to do batch and real-time operations on structured and unstructured data within one system, according to Cloudera.

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