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Overview

Apache Hadoop is the leading Open Source framework scalable for processing huge datasets in distributed systems. It enables users to store and process huge volumes of data and analyzes unstructured and complex data.

Hadoop is designed to manipulate, store, manage and analyze Big Data. Hadoop™ MapReduce coupled with HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System) enables storing large volumes of data. Hadoop also addresses highly variable information formats, data velocity and data variance.

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Consulting

Our Hadoop consultants solve enterprise's data management challenges - whether using Hadoop as a data hub, data warehouse, staging environment or analytic sandbox.

Design & Development

Our Big Data Practice team has expertise in Hadoop Ecosystem like HBase, Pig, Flume, Hive, Sqoop, Oozie, and Zookeeper to deliver scalable Apache Hadoop based solutions.

Integration

We develop Hadoop based solutions that can integrate with enterprise applications like Liferay, Drupal, Talend, Alfresco, CRM, ERP, Marketing Automation and more.

Support & Maintenance

Leverage our 24x7 support service and Cloudera’s Distribution (including Apache Hadoop) partnership benefits to keep your Hadoop deployment running.

We Male Hadoop Work for the Enterprise

Let our Big Data Experts develop scalable Apache Hadoop Solutions for the various business use cases.

Solutions: Data Integration | Information Delivery | Data Analysis

Frameworks: Big Data Portal | Log Processing & Analysis

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Our Hadoop Implementation Examples

Analyzing call data records for a Telecom company with Dashboards on usage of services.

An application that process ~500GB of data every hour with ~5 node Hadoop Cluster, Multi node InfiniDB cluster holding ~250GB of aggregated data, and UI queries with responsiveness between 10-15 secs. The processed data fed in to a dashboard to analyze usage.The objective is to optimize network bandwidth management & policy configuration. Key statistics of Hadoop based Big Data Analytics platform includes:

Source emits 250,000 records/sec, 900M records/hour

360-degree view into employee internet data plan usage patterns

The Hadoop based Log Processing & Analysis solution built using Apache Flume– distributed system for aggregating streaming data, HDFS – Primary Hadoop Storage system, MapReduce – Parallel storage to process large amount of data in parallel, Sqoop – Efficient transfer of huge data between Hadoop & structured data stores, Pentaho – Open Source data integration tool to aggregate and manage large unstructured employee's internet usage patterns logs. Key benefits of the solution include:

Analyzing call data records for a Telecom company with Dashboards on usage of services.

An application that process ~500GB of data every hour with ~5 node Hadoop Cluster, Multi node InfiniDB cluster holding ~250GB of aggregated data, and UI queries with responsiveness between 10-15 secs. The processed data fed in to a dashboard to analyze usage.The objective is to optimize network bandwidth management & policy configuration. Key statistics of Hadoop based Big Data Analytics platform includes:

Source emits 250,000 records/sec, 900M records/hour

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