Hadoop exemplifies the promises and the pitfalls of open source - here's why

John Leonard
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Hadoop exemplifies the promises and the pitfalls of open source - here's why

Fast moving and flexible, Hadoop has emerged to meet the data processing challenges of today, but it's not without challenges of its own

Visitors to the Hadoop Summit in Dublin last week were confronted with a bewildering array of unfamiliar "animals" - some new, some re-homed, others acquired, with still more lurking in the hothous...

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