New Open Data Platform will push big data technology through open source, not sales | Computer Dealer News 2015-03-18


"When big names including GE, Hortonworks, IBM, Infosys, Pivotal, SAS, AltiScale, Capgemini, CenturyLink, EMC, Splunk, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Teradata, and VMware announce a new alliance to create and push for big data technology using open source, it’s hard to ignore. Dubbed the 'Open Data Platform' (ODP), the association will do this by creating readily-adoptable solutions for anyone, association member or otherwise to use, which, according to the organization, will set it apart from existing big data alliances ... To accomplish this, the association will work on standardizing the various Apache Hadoop and Ambari distributions out there, which it has identified as the most in-demand and likely open source candidates, and create tested solutions that are guaranteed to work in different environments ..."


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03/18/2015, 11:01

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03/18/2015, 07:01