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Panel: When Worlds Collide: SQL Meets Hadoop

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Published on Jul 8, 2013

While Hadoop is evolving in many directions, in the Hadoop platform market, the hotspot today is convergence with SQL. While Hadoop projects such as Hive (and HQL) and Pig were designed with SQL in mind, vendors are rapidly planting their stakes, with many of them going their own ways. This brings new -- and all-too-familiar -- questions regarding the boundary between open source and proprietary (or vendor-specific) technologies, concerns about vendor lock-in, and whether the Hadoop-SQL interface will fork in the same way as SQL itself. With all of these approaches, the natural question for customers to ask is why is one better than the other. On the other side of the debate is the question of whether all this activity is necessary. Specifically, will the rush to Hadoop distract enterprises from realizing the true value of Hadoop -- the ability to explore, analyze, and query new kinds of data, in new ways. We will throw these and other questions to the players who are driving Hadoop vendor SQL strategies. And before the session, we will invite you to tweet your own questions to us using the dual hashtags #HadoopSummit13 and #SQLcollide. Our panel will includes representatives from: Cloudera, IBM Software Group, Hortonworks, Pivotal, Datameer

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