Big data firms Hortonworks and Cloudera announce merger

John Leonard
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Hadoop's phoney war ends with a trunkshake

The two leading Hadoop-based big data platforms, Cloudera and Hortonworks, are to merge. In a joint statement, the two firms say the merger is "a strategic combination [that] accelerates market ...

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