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Hadoop-flinger MapR: Yes to IPO, profits 'soon after'

MapR Technologies, a data management platform headquartered in San Jose, California, is going for IPO – but not yet, the company’s chief executive Matt Mills said today. Speaking to The Register in London, Mills said flotation is on the cards but declined to name a date. He joined MapR as president and chief operating office …
Gavin Clarke, 8 Jun 2017

MapR seeks DevOps love: Stateful storage WLTM Docker containers

MapR says it is has immediate availability for the industry's first persistent storage for containers that offers complete state access to files, database tables, and message streams from any location. The MapR Converged Data Platform for Docker includes the MapR Persistent Client Container (PACC). MapR trots out the cliché …
Chris Mellor, 7 Feb 2017
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MapR acquires Geneva Lake to embiggen its worldwide reach

MapR, the big data software business, has brought in new talent to expand its leadership team. Shortly after praising the Q4 successes of ex-Oracle chap Matt Mills, who came in as president and COO for the San Jose software business last year, MapR has brought in more Oracle talent. This time, the former head of the North …
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MapR says Q4 revenue embiggenment was down to ex-Oracle chap

San Jose software biz MapR has thanked ex-Oracle executive Matt Mills, who is now the company's president and COO, for its best ever quarterly billings. The privately held and VC-backed company, which announced the award of its first patent last week, stated that its accelerated Q4 drove a doubling in its annual billings …

MapR claims big-data wrangling Hadoop patent first

Opensourcer MapR has been granted a patent for technology to reliably herd big data. The Hadoop flinger claims its architecture would safeguard "against data loss with optimised replication techniques and tolerance for multiple node failures in a cluster." MapR is using the filing to try to differentiate against rival Hadoop …
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MapR offers free test drive to AWS wannabes

NoSQL startup MapR is offering a free taster of its partners' technology through AWS's Test Drive, to be launched from MapR's site. The AWS Test Drives are sandboxed environments that contain preconfigured server-based "solutions", as vendors like to say. They are provided free of charge – supposedly "for education, …
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MapR floats Streams for integrated big-data stack

MapR has unveiled a converged cluster plan to do away with emerging silos in big data. The NoSQL startup today announced Streams as the newest part of what the firm has branded the MapR Converged Data Platform. MapR joins fellow Hadoop spinners Hortonworks and Cloudera in the handy platform branding stakes, with Hortonworks …
Gavin Clarke, 8 Dec 2015

Hadoop ODP: No thanks says MapR, and Cloudera isn't impressed either

Hadoop disty MapR has kicked the Open Data Platform into touch, saying it only benefits competitor Hortonworks and provides a way for Pivotal to get out of a hole. The ODP was set up in February, with the aim of Linux-ising Hadoop with a tested reference core for the software. Cloudera, one of the three leading Hadoop …
Chris Mellor, 24 Apr 2015
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SUSE gets more cloudy with OpenStack integration

SUSE has announced go-live for its latest IaaS private cloud offering, with a 60-day free evaluation to sweeten the deal. The once-SUSE Cloud, now SUSE OpenStack Cloud 5, uses the Juno release of OpenStack integrated with the outfit's SUSE Enterprise Storage and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12. Targeting private IaaS clouds, …
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Analyse this! Gartner puts data warehouse leaders on the couch

The old data warehousing and business analytics dogs still bark the loudest, but Hadoopy newcomers are barking loudly on their tails. Gartner compared 17 analytics vendors in one of its magical quadrants and said Teradata, Oracle and IBM were top o’ the tree, with Cloudera, MapR, AWS and 1010data as challengers. Gartner states …
Chris Mellor, 6 Mar 2015
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Cisco, MapR first to top Big Data TPC benchmark tree

Cisco and MapR have posted the first Big Data TPCx-HS benchmark, but, of course, there's nothing to actually compare it with yet. The TPC Express HS (TPCx-HS) benchmark result was based on clustered Cisco UCS servers running Red Hat Linux and MapR Hadoop. TPC is the Transaction Processing Council, which helps produce …
Chris Mellor, 5 Mar 2015
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Cisco wraps Hadoop in warm embrace of resale partnership

Cisco wants to keep it in the family: since the Internet of Things is going to be a source of lots of data, it's signed reseller agreements with Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR. The agreement will give customers a single source of IoT comms integrated with the data analytics it reckons enterprises will need, both to make sense …
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Bringing Hadoop in from the cold: MapR is throwing adoption barriers on the fire

Comment The pace of Hadoop development is relentless. Hortonworks recently has had its IPO. Distribution owners strive to get their version deployed faster. Alliances are forming fast. MapR is extending its own reach by adding features so the software can be adopted more easily. MapR was founded in 2009 to produce an enterprise-grade …
Chris Mellor, 4 Mar 2015
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Yahoo!-backed Hadoop biz Hortonworks flings itself at the stock market

Big data analytics firm Hortonworks filed paperwork with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday announcing its intent to go public, making it the first of the Hadoop startups to float an initial public offering. The filing didn't say how many shares Hortonworks plans to offer or at what price, but it estimated the …
Neil McAllister, 10 Nov 2014
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Is your data boring? MapR wants you to bore it back with Apache Drill

MapR has given its customers a new way to use SQL to query their Big Data stores, with the addition of Apache Drill to MapR's eponymous Hadoop distribution. Drill is an open source project developed largely by MapR that aims to create a work-alike to Google's proprietary Dremel data analytics tool, which the Chocolate Factory …
Neil McAllister, 16 Sep 2014
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Hadoop coop's $50m scoop: Hortonworks takes HP coin

Hadoop has become a strategic battleground for three of the world's most influential technology companies, judging by HP's $50m investment into Hadoop company Hortonworks. The injection, which was announced on Thursday, follows Google Capital – the web giant's investment arm – leading a $110m fundraising round for Hadoop rival …
Jack Clark, 24 Jul 2014
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Cloudera, MapR, IBM, and Intel bet on Spark as the new heart of Hadoop

Cloudera has rallied four major companies behind a scheme to tie two open source projects together for the benefit of the Hadoop community. The partnership between Cloudera, IBM, Intel, DataBricks, and MapR to port Apache Hive onto Apache Spark is due to be announced this week at the Spark Summit in San Francisco. El Reg heard …
Jack Clark, 30 Jun 2014

The summer hit you're all waiting for: Windows 9? No. MapR's flashy M7

Customers who want to fire up a Hadoop cluster on the Elastic MapReduce service offered by Amazon Web Services just got another distribution option. Oh yes. It's the MapR Technologies' full-tilt-boogie M7 Edition. The MapR team is talking up the performance of its variant of the big data muncher Hadoop when using the flash- …

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