April 16, 2010

Introduction to Datameer

Elder care issues have flared up with a vengeance, so I’m not going to be blogging much for a while, and surely not at any length. That said, my first post about Datameer was never going to be very long, so lets get right to it:


3 Responses to “Introduction to Datameer”

  1. Vlad Rodionov on April 21st, 2010 2:55 pm

    BI reporting tools can connect to Hadoop through Hive (which has SQL access to the Hadoop). In theory, of course. So what will happen when SQL/ODBC/JDBC layer become standard in Hadoop? Users will get access to numerous open-source BI solutions like Pentaho and Jaspersoft. I think this is the future of Hadoop BI analytics – not proprietary Excel spreadsheets.

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