With the rise of Big Data, a data-driven approach to business is transforming the enterprise. Companies today are thinking about and using data in myriad new ways to drive business value, from reducing risk and fraud in the financial sector to bringing new pharmaceuticals to market more quickly at a higher level of efficacy.
Control-M vs. Oozie and Hadoop Open Source Tools
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“Scheduling and workflow automation is absolutely critical to the successes of big data projects,” said Faruqui. “And this is not something new. Hadoop is only 10 years old, but other technologies that have come before Hadoop have relied on this foundation for driving success.”
Explore open source and enterprise Hadoop batch management tools side-by-side to make the right decision for your organization.
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Automate Big Data batch processes with an enterprise alternative to Oozie
Big Data developers know that Oozie just hasn’t kept up with the rapid evolution of the Hadoop ecosystem or the needs of today’s enterprises. Now there’s a better way to manage Big Data workflows.
Read the blog to learn how you can:
•Develop Hadoop workflows 40% faster through automation
•Schedule and manage Big Data batch processes alongside other enterprise workloads
•Ensure Big Data workflows execute without disrupting business activity
Analyzing big data poses multiple challenges. Highly parallel distributed data architecture is
one solution, but until recently it has been mostly limited to databases, not business intelligence (BI) application servers. In this report, application development and delivery (AD&D) pros working on BI initiatives will learn about the capabilities of distributed BI platforms mostly based on Hadoop.