Author Archives: Christophe Bisciglia

A transition

Categories: General

For an entrepreneur, it’s an incredibly fulfilling experience to start companies and watch them “grow up.” Along the way, you learn invaluable lessons, form deep bonds with colleagues, and if you do things right, bring significant value to your customers.

Cloudera has done things right. We’ve hired an incredible team and brought the power of Apache Hadoop to some of the most forward thinking enterprises in the world.

But we couldn’t have done it alone.

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Exciting new Hadoop Training Offerings from Cloudera

Categories: General HBase Hive Training

Around the globe, more and more companies are turning to Hadoop to tackle data processing problems that don’t lend themselves well to traditional systems. Users in the community consistently ask us to offer training in more places and expand our course offerings, and those who have obtained certification have reported great success connecting with companies investing in Hadoop. All of this keeps us pretty excited about the long term prospects for Hadoop.

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Cloudera’s Apache Hadoop Training Programs Expand Internationally

Categories: Community General Hadoop Training

It’s been over a year now since we started offering Hadoop training in the Bay Area, and since then, we’ve put many of our introductory materials online (for free), and offer in-person public classes in cities around the US (click here for a full list of sessions). The response has been incredible, but one thing is painfully obvious: we’re not doing enough to meet the needs of the growing world-wide Apache Hadoop community.

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Hadoop World: Hadoop Applications at Yahoo!

Categories: General

Today’s Hadoop World talk comes from Eric Baldeschwieler, Yahoo!’s VP of Hadoop Development. In this talk, Eric highlights Yahoo’s contributions to development and testing of Hadoop at scale, and goes into detail about how Yahoo! uses Hadoop to deliver several popular services. A major thanks to Eric, and everyone else at Yahoo! for their ongoing contributions to, and investment in, Apache Hadoop – it’s hard to imagine where the project would be today without such dedication.

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