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Radoop is now part of RapidMiner

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We have started with a simple and compelling vision about 3 years ago. We wanted to make big data analytics easy by breaking down technology barriers and enabling companies to tap on the tremendous value hidden in their big data assets. Our approach might have been somewhat unconventional with no venture capital investment, no US offices, no serial entrepreneur in the …

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Video of Hadoop Summit presentation

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We have already shared the presentation materials of our Hadoop Summit presentation titled Economies and Diseconomies of Scale for Predictive Analytics. In the meantime, the organisers have shared the video footage of the presentations so you can also watch it in full length below. You may also want to open the presentation itself as the projected screen is somewhat small …

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The second generation of Radoop is available – easy big data analytics for everyone

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Our engineering team has been working hard over the past few months to release Radoop 2.0, the second generation of our big data analytics product. While adding many features and functionalities, the main vision remains the same, that is providing an easy-to-use streamlined interface for doing big data analytics on Hadoop. You do not need any programming knowledge or Hadoop …

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Hadoop Summit – Economies of Scale for Predictive Analytics

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Two weeks ago, I have attended the second Hadoop Summit Europe in Amsterdam which was again a great experience. The growth from around 500 people to over 800 people this year is impressive and marks the astonishing growth of the Hadoop market. It was great to meet many people driving this fast-paced innovation around Big Data and Hadoop. This year, …

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Radoop 2.0 has been certified for Cloudera 5

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We are happy to announce that the upcoming 2.0 version of Radoop has been certified for Cloudera’s latest Hadoop distribution. We have worked closely with Cloudera to make sure that Radoop works perfectly with the HDFS, MapReduce, YARN, Hive, Pig, and Impala components shipped with Cloudera 5. You can use Radoop both with the open-source version CDH5 and with Cloudera …

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CeBIT experiences

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We have spent the last week in Hannover at the CeBIT IT fair. It has been a great experience, talking with lots of attendees, discussing big data initiatives, Hadoop projects, and distributed data analytics. We had the chance to talk with Mike Olson, co-founder of Cloudera, our friends at RapidMiner, and many interesting people with various background. During the trade …

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RapidMiner and Radoop in Leaders quadrant for Advanced Analytics and Big Data

The past few days have been full of great news and honorable mentions of our company and our partners. As you may know, Radoop is built on top of RapidMiner, one of the most popular data mining tools. The first release of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Advanced Analytics includes RapidMiner in the Leaders quadrant along with analytics heavyweights like SAS …

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Meet us in Spring 2014

This year will be a busy one for sure. We are only a few weeks away from the release of Radoop 2.0 which will bring exciting new features and support many more big data analytics use cases than before. We will also announce major reference customers (including Fortune 500) and release a limited free version of the software. In case …

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Radoop is one of the top 50 Big Data startups selected by CODE_n

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Out of 450 applications from 60 countries, Radoop is one of the 50 finalists for the CODE_n competition. This year, CODE_n is running with the topic “Driving the Data Revolution” and is looking for Big Data startups that are expected to shape how we deal with data in the future. Most of the startups are application oriented in different industries, …

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Radoop and DataStax partner to make big data more accessible

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Radoop has been working with big data technologies for more than 3 years now, and concepts have come and gone in this time frame. However, there are often several strong ideas that stick and help define data-driven technologies for a long time. We believe that a strong integration of transactional and analytic systems is certainly one of these ideas. We therefore …

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