“Hadoop people” and “RDBMS people” – including some DBAs who have contacted me recently – clearly have different ideas about what Data Integration is. And both may differ from what Ted Friedman (twitter: @ted_friedman) and I (@merv) were talking about in our Gartner research note Hadoop Is Not a Data Integration Solution, although I think [...]
Entries Categorized as 'data integration'
by Merv Adrian | February 10, 2013 | 15 Comments
by Merv Adrian | January 30, 2013 | 8 Comments
2013 promises to be a banner year for Apache Hadoop, platform providers, related technologies – and analysts who try to sort it out. I’ve been wrestling with ways to make sense of it for Gartner clients bewildered by a new set of choices, and for them and myself, I’ve built a stack diagram that describes [...]
Category: Apache Big Data Cloudera data integration Hadoop Hbase HDFS Hortonworks MapReduce open source OSS Sqoop Tags: Apache, Cassandra, Cloudera, Datastax, Flume, Hadapt, Hadoop, Hbase, HDFS, Hive, Hortonworks, Hstreaming, Karmasphere, MapR, MapReduce, Oozie, open source, OSS, Pig, Sqoop, zookeeper
by Merv Adrian | December 27, 2012 | 6 Comments
I had an inquiry today from a client using packaged software for a business system that is built on a proprietary, non-relational datastore (in this case an object-oriented DBMS.) They have an older version of the product – having “failed” with a recent upgrade attempt. The client contacted me to ask about ways to integrate this [...]