Introduction When Cloudera and Hortonworks announced their merger, bloggers masquerading as pundits were quick to jump on their drums to claim that this spelled the slow demise of Hadoop in the face of the Cloud revolution. That Hadoop was too complex, and the Cloud solutions were easy for people to use. But this is [...]
About Rohit JainRohit Jain is Esgyn's Chief Technology Officer.Rohit has worn many hats in his career, including solutions architect, database consultant, developer, development manager and product manager. Prior to joining Esgyn, Rohit was a Chief Technologist at Hewlett-Packard for SeaQuest and Trafodion. In his 39 years in applications and databases, Rohit has driven pioneering efforts in Massively Parallel Processing and distributed computing solutions for both operational and analytical workloads.
At Esgyn we have seen many a customer wanting to transition applications from their Data Warehouse Appliance, such as Greenplum or Netezza, over to Hadoop. Many of these customers have already deployed Big Data applications on Hadoop, either on the Cloud, or on-prem with distributions from Cloudera or Hortonworks. Motivated by the: tremendous [...]
The best benchmark to assess the capabilities of a database for BI/Analytics workloads is the TPC-DS benchmark. While the deep integration with Apache ORC and performance tuning of EsgynDB for TPC-DS type workloads is still very early in its maturity cycle, the results are already very impressive. While for the operational benchmarks there was [...]
Hybrid Transactional/Analytical Processing (HTAP) on Hadoop As businesses become more agile, the need for real-time and near real-time analysis on transactional data has become more important than ever. For database veterans, transactions and analytics have always been on two different systems. Such silo-ed approach resulted in expensive ETL processes, specialized data marts, [...]
Are You Experimenting with Multiple SQL Engines? Finding the right SQL Engine has always been a tough task, especially when you have myraid of options to choose from. All SQL Engines that work on Hadoop, whether open sourced or not, claim the same capabilities and sound exactly the same. Then how do you [...]
Strata Conference - A Great Place to be for Hadoop Technologists During the last week of September, New York City will witness important events for Hadoop enthusiasts. Strata + Hadoop World 2016 and Apache HBaseCon East are being held in New York City. Esgyn will be there in full force. Here [...]
The Challenges of Delivering Hybrid Transactions/Analytical Processing The database pendulum is in full swing. Ten years ago, web-scale companies began moving away from proprietary relational databases to handle Big Data use cases with NoSQL and Hadoop. Now, for a variety of reasons, the pendulum is swinging back toward SQL-based solutions. What many [...]
Attending Data Day Seattle? Esgyn will be in full force to meet and discuss your Big Data challenges and how we can help you at Data Day Seattle. We are also excited that Rohit Jain, CTO of Esgyn Corporation will be speaking at the conference. Send us an email at email@example.com to schedule a time [...]
Though Maturing, Hadoop Ecosystem Has Room to Grow With the recent announcement of Hortonworks offering Apache HAWQ as Hortonworks HDB, the ecosystem around Hortonworks and Hadoop is continuing to evolve. As a 10-year old, Hadoop has become a critical foundation for many Big Data initiatives at most global enterprises even when its relevance is [...]
A discussion on the four major ingredients in the recipe for a world-class database, and demonstrate how Trafodion measures up on those. You can then assess how other databases stack up against this world-class database.