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Hortonworks and Apache Hadoop, the open-source software for reliable, scalable and distributed computing

Why choose Hortonworks ?

Hortonworks is known worldwide for its ability to integrate Big Data features, available in the Apache Hadoop ecosystem, which empower the companies to store, manage and analyse a vast amounts of data quickly and reliably on commodity hardware. Apache Hadoop and Hortonworks offer us an open-source platform for distributed storage and distributed processing on computer clusters. Hadoop provides a distributed file system with a high-throughput data access, a framework of job scheduling, cluster resource management and features for parallel processing of large data sets. On the other hand, the Big Data ecosystem contains additional features for managing and monitoring Hadoop clusters, data serialization, scalable databases, data warehouse infrastructure, machine learning, data mining and data flow programming frameworks. These technologies have changed the way as the businesses are managed. Nowadays, more than half of the Fortune 50 have adopted Hadoop.


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We have experience providing Big Data solutions for our clients using the Apache Hadoop ecosystem and the Hortonworks software. Since 2012 we have been working on Big Data solutions based on Hadoop, MongoDB, Phoenix, HBase, Ambari and others and nowadays, we are considered experts in the Big Data business. We are able to design tailored dashboards, business reports and prediction tools. With Hortonworks, Hadoop and ZYLK, companies can easily access Big Data technologies to get useful information and improve their competitiveness. We have implemented Big Data solutions in businesses such as telecommunications, energy and public administrations, with remarkable results for our clients.

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Zylk
Sep 17, 2015

Zylk.net is an official Hortonworks Partner

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Nov 28, 2015

Online edition with Libreoffice in Alfresco 5

Last days I was asked for a tip (again) for enabling online edition via webdav with Libreoffice in Alfresco 5. It is tested with this setup: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (although it can work in other Linux) Libreoffice 4.2.8.2 (it comes with the Linux distro) Alfresco CE 5.0c && 5.0d (the jar is valid for Alfresco 4 too) Last versions of Firefox and Chrome So, in your Alfresco 5 server you need to download the jar file and ...

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Feb 24, 2017

Pentaho Dashboarding for EU-OSHA European Agency

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May 19, 2010

How to link portlets located on different pages in Liferay Portal

Following with the IPC (inter portlet communication), let's go with an example that explains how to create a link in one portlet that points to another portlet located on a different page (editor's note: wow!! - editor's hint: portlets are not pages) To do this we have to use the tlds :

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