WANdisco 2014 July Newsletter

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WANdisco News Hadoop, SVN and Git Update July 2014

Non-Stop Hadoop Certified for Oracle Big Data Appliance

The Oracle Big Data Appliance, which delivers comprehensive and secure big data capabilities to the enterprise at a low overall total cost of ownership, is now enabled with WANdisco Non-Stop Hadoop to ensure continuous availability, maximum performance, and 100% hardware utilization.

Blog: More efficient cluster utilization with Non-Stop Hadoop

See how Non-Stop Hadoop’s efficient cluster utilization maximizes compute power in this side-by-side test.

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Webinar: Non-Stop Big Data with Oracle and WANdisco

Join experts from Oracle and WANdisco as we explore how to implement Non-Stop Hadoop on Oracle Big Data Appliance for optimum performance and scalability across global multi-data center Hadoop deployments.

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Blog: Git MultiSite Cluster Performance

A common misconception about Git is that having a distributed version control system automatically immunizes you from performance problems. The reality isn’t quite so rosy. See how Git MultiSite stacks up against standard Git in our performance test.

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Webinar: The New Subversion: Storage, Scalability, and Speed

Take an insider’s view of the latest improvements to Subversion speed, scalability, and efficiency, and review upcoming features in Subversion 1.9.

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Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco September 28 - October 2

Join WANdisco at Oracle OpenWorld, the annual event for business decision-makers, IT management, and end users, and see a live demonstration of Non-Stop Hadoop. Be one of the first 10 people to email events@wandisco.com with the subject “OpenWorld” and receive a free ticket to this year’s conference.

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