ITworld: Try out your Hadoop app on the world’s largest cluster

Are you looking to be on the cutting edge of Big Data? How would you like to test and refine your Hadoop application to see if it can handle the largest known cluster? Then you might be interested in what EMC’s Greenplum unit is doing in its Las Vegas data center, where anyone can make use of their facility for free. Yes, you read that correctly. It has been in operation for less than a year, and is already getting rave reviews from more than a dozen different customers from all over the world.

I interviewed several customers of the cluster for a recent story in ITworld here.

One thought on “ITworld: Try out your Hadoop app on the world’s largest cluster

  1. The restore request for the cluster configuration data failed to make a copy of the existing cluster configuration data file (ClusDB). While attempting to preserve the existing configuration, the restore operation was unable to create a copy at location ‘%1’. This might be expected if the existing configuration data file was corrupt. The restore operation has continued but attempts to revert to the existing cluster configuration may not be possible.

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