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Webinar: Querying External Data
Sources with Hadoop

This webinar aired Tuesday, 7/15 @ 9AM PDT/5PM GMT+1.

In large enterprises, it is not uncommon to have big data in different formats, sizes and stored across different systems. Moreover, enterprises typically have a multitude of systems with gold mines of information that can be put to use for strategic insights. Linking these existing storage systems with HDFS can be very challenging.

Pivotal helps leverage your existing data infrastructure investments with HDFS and begins to shift your legacy enterprise data warehouse, analytical data marts and data silos into a centrally modern, governed business data lake, where all data types are stored and accessible for on-demand analytics.

Pivotal HD is able to connect all data across multiple systems without having to move or copy the data to and from HDFS for analysis. This is possible through Pivotal Xtension Frameworks (PXF). PXF is an external table interface in HAWQ (fast, scalable, production grade, 100% SQL compliant query engine on HDFS) that allows you to read and query data directly stored in and outside of the Hadoop ecosystem – HDFS, Hive, HBase, etc. while supporting a wide range of data format such as Text, AVRO, RCFile, and many more. PXF also delivers a fast extensible framework by exposing parallel APIs to connect HAWQ with additional data sources namely GemFire XD, JSON, Accumulo and Cassandra.

Join us for this technical preview on how to add extensibility into Hadoop:

  • Eliminate the need to copy data from the underlying storage system to HDFS
  • Leverage rich, deep, and fast analytics on Hadoop data files of various kinds
  • Conduct statistical and analytical functions from HAWQ on HBase or Hive Data
  • Run complex analytical queries that join in-database dimensional data with fact data stored in HBase
  • Easily write your own custom PXF connectors to external data sources
  • Cut down time and operational costs

 

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