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Cloudera Director 2.0 Debuts, Google Donates To Apache Foundation: Big Data Roundup

Cloudera has updated a key tool for managing big data, Google has contributed its Cloud Dataflow platform to the Apache Foundation Incubator. We have this and more in our Big Data Roundup for the week ending January 24.

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Charlie Babcock
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1/25/2016 | 5:58:14 PM
AWS Spot Instances, a cost-effective way to go
Use of Cloudera on AWS Spot Instances is one of the most efficient options available, if you can master use of Spot Instances. Cloudera is wisely trying to make it easier.
Ashu001
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1/26/2016 | 5:13:47 AM
Re: AWS Spot Instances, a cost-effective way to go
Charlie,

Cloudera is trying to make the utilization of AWS Spot Instances much-much easier than it is today.

The point is are they really succeeding in what they have set out to achieve here today?The jury still seems to be out on this one.

If they do succeed then Awesome! If they don't we could do with less Complexity in Big Data Management today.

 
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