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The Enterprise is the Focus at Hadoop Summit 2014

This week there are two important enterprise technology conferences taking place. One – SAPPHIRE 2014 – will see an old guard enterprise tech giant attempt to show it is capable of adapting to a technology landscape increasingly dominated by the cloud and Big Data. The other – Hadoop Summit 2014 – will see dozens of start-ups born in this new world out to prove to cautious CIOs that their technologies and platforms are ready for enterprise-level workloads.

It’s an interesting juxtaposition. SAP is determined to join the ranks of the “cool” cloud and Big Data companies (Salesforce.com, Hortonworks, Amazon Web Services), while those cool companies are equally determined to join the “enterprise-grade” club dominated by IBM, Oracle and, yes, SAP.

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Big Data in Focus: theCUBE @ Hadoop Summit 2012

theCUBE Summer Tour continues next week when we roll into San Jose June 13th and 14th with live coverage of Hadoop Summit 2012. Presented by Hortonworks, Hadoop Summit brings together an incredible array of players in the Big Data market – both new school Hadoop providers like Hortonworks, Cloudera, Hadapt, MapR and Datameer, as well as tried-and-true IT vendors from IBM and Microsoft to Oracle and HP.

There are also a slew of Hadoop practitioners on-hand at the event, many of whom will join myself and SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier in theCUBE to share their experiences and advice with colleagues just getting started with Big Data. They include Intuit, Adobe, Klout, Twitter and Sears. As always, the show will be streamed in live HD at SiliconANGLE.tv.

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