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  2. About Hadoop

    Hadoop is a Free Java software framework that supports distributed applications running on large clusters of commodity computers that process huge amounts of data. It is an Apache Lucene sub-project and was originally developed to support distribution for Nutch.

    Hadoop consists of an open source implementation of Google's published computing infrastructure, specifically MapReduce and the Google File System (GFS).

    Hadoop was named after its creator's (Doug Cutting's) child's stuffed elephant."

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    1. Hadoop has become an important computing environment for data-intensive applications and Yahoo! is playing a leading role in its development. We are excited about collaborating with Yahoo! on systems software research, helping to advance the state-of-the-art, and creating new research possibilities in this critical area.
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    2. The Tata group has always contributed to scientific research in India, and the EKA will strengthen this cause further in the field of cloud computing. This partnership brings together Yahoo!'s leadership role in the development of Hadoop and CRL's expertise in high performance computing, and will help bridge the gap between traditional supercomputing and cloud computing research in India.
      In Yahoo! and Computational Research Laboratories to Collaborate on ...
    3. The Tata group has always contributed to scientific research in India, and the EKA will strengthen this cause further in the field of cloud computing. This partnership brings together Yahoo!'s leadership role in the development of Hadoop and CRL's expertise in high performance computing, and will help bridge the gap between traditional supercomputing and cloud computing research in India.
      In Yahoo! and Computational Research Laboratories to Collaborate on Cloud Computing Research