which includes two components: an easily and highly Email List repository capable of storing huge amounts of data in their native format, and a system to analyze them without moving them from where they are . In the case of EMC, the repository is Email List , and Hadoop is the technology for processing the data. The fact that the data does not move is fundamental for its security: "In the traditional approach, application data is sent across networks to some cluster of Email List Hadoop machines, the Hadoop processing is run, and the result is sent back via the network. to the user.
This is very slow and inefficient, and in the Email List end I have two copies of the data protected at home and three copies in the cluster - Hadoop requires three copies to work - no one knows how protected. On the other hand, with Isilon, application data Email List does not move from the Data Lake even for Hadoop processing ». In this context, Richter concludes, the London announcements for Isilon concern a new hardware platform that doubles speeds and at Email List the same time halves costs compared to the previous one;
A new version of OneFS, the Isilon operating system, which introduces SmartFlash, a Email List flash-based cache that allows you to quickly obtain the most important and “hot” data, greatly increasing performance; new access channels that allow to "accept" in Email List other types of information in addition to those already admitted, and new solutions, among which the "Data Lake Hadoop Bundle", developed together with Pivotal (another division of EMC) for applications Email List of "next generation" data analytics.