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Hadoop Can’t Do That

I just got back from a little executive summit conference in Dallas for Chief Data Officers. Frustratingly, I heard a lot of folks telling me what Hadoop CAN’T do. Now, I know that Hadoop can’t bring about world peace or get my husband to put the toilet seat down, but the things people keep saying it can’t do are  things that I’ve personally DONE on Hadoop clusters, so I know they’re doable.

If you asked most people if water could cut through steel, they would probably tell you it can’t. They would be wrong, too.

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Not All Hadoop Users Drop ACID

In the age of businesses with data that lives on dozens or even hundreds of servers, expecting transactional integrity and data consistency and currency are old-fashioned notions. On Hadoop, you just have to settle for the new NoSQL standard of BASE and eventual consistency. That’s what they say. But, as usual, “they” are wrong. Not all Hadoop users have to drop ACID…

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