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Hortonworks and Red Hat to Demonstrate Engineering Collaboration Progress at Red Hat Summit

OpenShift by Red Hat Integrates with Hortonworks Data Platform, Accelerates Application Development with 100-percent Open Source Apache Hadoop

SAN FRANCISCO, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Red Hat Summit- Hortonworks, the leading contributor to and provider of enterprise Apache™ Hadoop®, today announced the latest addition to its joint engineering alliance with Red Hat Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, including integration of OpenShift, Red Hat's award-winning Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, with Hortonworks Data Platform, bringing Hadoop to the open hybrid cloud. OpenShift integration with Hadoop will be highlighted at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco, April 14-17.

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In February, Red Hat and Hortonworks announced a comprehensive open source initiative to deliver infrastructure solutions to bring 100-percent open source Hadoop to the hybrid cloud. OpenShift is the latest addition to the growing collaboration between Hortonworks and Red Hat and will enable customers to quickly and easily develop modern analytic applications in Hadoop.

With OpenShift and Hadoop, developers will have the ability to rapidly develop and deploy application stacks on Hortonworks Data Platform, enabling them to more easily exploit multiple data types, including: sensor and machine-generated data, server logs, social, clickstream, and geo-location data currently stored in Hadoop. Additionally, developers will be able to standardize their workflow and create repeatable processes for application delivery, streamlining application development while tapping into unprecedented insight and value from data stored in Hadoop.

"After announcing our expanded strategic alliance in February, we're excited to showcase the integration of Hortonworks Data Platform with Red Hat's OpenShift PaaS," said John Kreisa, vice president of strategic marketing, Hortonworks. "With more new data sources, enterprises need to uncover ways to rapidly develop applications that will help them derive more insight from their big data solutions. This latest advancement with Red Hat will provide our customers with improved tools to develop these data analytics applications that will drive businesses forward."

"As use cases for big data continue to grow, enterprise customers increasingly rely on big data-driven applications and analytics to power their business," said Chris Morgan, technical director, OpenShift ecosystem, Red Hat. "With OpenShift, our customers can start to expand development to next-generation use cases like the Internet-of-Things, where applications can tap into and make sense of sensor and machine-generated data, server logs, social, clickstream, geo-location data, and much more."

For Red Hat's perspective on this joint collaboration, read here.

For more details on how OpenShift and other Red Hat solutions and Hortonworks Data Platform work together to deliver on this vision, join us at the Red Hat Summit on April 14-17 in San Francisco:

Session: Theater presentation on OpenShift and Hortonworks Data Platform
When: Tuesday, April 15, at 12:00 p.m., Partner Presentation Theater
Join Hortonworks and Red Hat for a quick demo of OpenShift and Hortonworks Data Platform.

Session: YARN: Connection Hadoop and Red Hat JBoss EAP
When: Tuesday, April 15, at 2:30 p.m., Room 224
Speaker: Jeff Markham, technical director, Hortonworks

In this session, attendees will learn how YARN brings the power of Hadoop closer to the application developer. More than simple deployment to the same hardware, YARN enables an elastic architecture for Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, along with integration with critical Hadoop services and applications like Knox and Storm. Attendees will see examples of how to build applications and how to integrate with data services such as Hive on Tez.

Session: Town Hall: Big Data Today & Tomorrow
When: Wednesday, April 16, at 2:30 p.m., Town Hall Track
Panelists: Paul Cross, vice president, Solutions Architecture, MongoDB; Andrea Fabrizi, business line manager, Telco Big Data and Analytics, HP; Bob Page, vice president, Partner Product Management, Hortonworks

This panel of industry experts will discuss how big data is quickly becoming enterprise ready. Panelists will discuss different use cases and the challenges of big data adoption in the enterprise today. The interactive discussion will help attendees to better understand what changes big data is driving in the enterprise and how it's evolving in open hybrid cloud architectures.

Session: Architecting for the Next Generation of Big Data with Hadoop 2.0
When: Wednesday, April 16, at 4:50 p.m., Emerging Technologies Track
Speakers: Rohit Bakhshi, product manager, Hortonworks; Yan Fisher, senior principal product marketing manager, Red Hat

In this session, attendees will learn the best practices of deploying Hadoop 2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with OpenJDK 7 that will help them achieve the best possible performance in their cluster. The session will also provide guidance on deploying HDP in virtualized environments and highlight the benefits of this deployment model.

More details on the joint reference architecture, read here.

Visit Hortonworks Booth (#216) in the Red Hat Summit exhibit hall to explore how Hortonworks has helped organizations of all sizes with their Hadoop and big data implementations. Engage with experts on the Red Hat and Hortonworks partnership, and while at the Hortonworks booth, check out informative demos including:

  • Apache Hadoop Patterns of Use
  • Hortonworks Data Platform with Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization
  • Hortonworks Data Platform with Red Hat OpenShift

Further reading


Enterprise Hadoop: 

www.hortonworks.com/hadoop

Hadoop and a Modern Data Architecture:  

www.hortonworks.com/mda

Hortonworks and Red Hat Partnership:

http://hortonworks.com/labs/redhat/

About Hortonworks
Hortonworks develops, distributes and supports the only 100-percent open source Apache Hadoop data platform. Our team comprises the largest contingent of builders and architects within the Hadoop ecosystem who represent and lead the broader enterprise requirements within these communities.

The Hortonworks Data Platform provides an open platform that deeply integrates with existing IT investments and upon which enterprises can build and deploy Hadoop-based applications.

Hortonworks has deep relationships with the key strategic data center partners that enable our customers to unlock the broadest opportunities from Hadoop.

For more information, visit www.hortonworks.com

Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and JBoss are registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Linux® is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.

©2014 Hortonworks Inc. All rights reserved. Hortonworks is a trademark of Hortonworks Inc. in the United States and other countries.

For Additional Information Contact:

Mike Haro
Hortonworks
(408) 438-8628
[email protected]

Keith Giannini or Anna Vaverka
MSLGROUP
[email protected]
Tel: (415) 817-2500

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