Tag Archives: Hadoop

Tencent Galvanizes OpenPower with Mellanox 100GbE Network, Breaking World Records!

I was fascinated last week while reading an article on Bloomberg, which showed how Big Data has essentially transformed Guizhou, one of the poorest provinces in China into the third-fastest growing province in the country now boasting a rapid development pace of 10.5 percent. Historically, China has been the economic powerhouse of manufacturing and labor. […]

Mellanox Supercharges Spark, Delivers Industry’s First 100TB Spark SQL Benchmark

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Deploying Hadoop on Top of Ceph, Using FDR InfiniBand Network

We recently posted a whitepaper on “Deploying Ceph with High Performance Networks” using Ceph as a block storage device.  In this post, we review the advantages of using CephFS as an alternative for HDFS. Hadoop has become a leading programming framework in the big data space. Organizations are replacing several traditional architectures with Hadoop and use […]

Advantages of RDMA for Big Data Applications

Hadoop MapReduce is the leading Big Data analytics framework. This framework enables data scientists to process data volumes and variety never processed before. The result from this data processing is new business creation and operation efficiency.   As MapReduce and Hadoop advance, more organizations try to use the frameworks in near real-time capabilities. Leveraging RDMA […]

Product Flash: DDN hScaler Hadoop Appliance

  Of the many strange-sounding application and product names out there in the industry today, Hadoop remains one of the most recognized.  Why?  Well, we’ve talked about the impact that data creation, storage and management is having on the overall business atmosphere, it’s the quintessential Big Data problem. Since all that data has no value […]

New Territories Explored: Distributed File System Hadoop

It took me a while but I’m back – hope you’re all been waiting to hear from me . With that, I’ve decided to go into un-charted territories…HADOOP   Hadoop is an Apache project. It is a framework, written in Java, for running applications on large clusters built with commodity hardware (distributed computing). Hadoop implements […]