On Fri, 21 Mar 2014 15:52:43 -0700 Konstantin Boudnik <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Yeah, all these components make up for a good zoo, the more abstract reason is Bigtop is meant to signify everyone under the same tent i.e. all the various Hadoop ecosystem bits playing nicely together.
Bigtop is kind of different from most Apache projects in that we provide things useful for other Apache projects.
+1 on the Peter's comment about the value-add provided by Bigtop. What often-times is misunderstood is how much of a product success depends on its ease of use and flawless integration. Now imagine every IT department employing a bunch of people with deep knowledge into all of the stack's components. And all that just in order to support some small analytics' team. Cost, time, complexity - all that is solved here ;)
On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 07:33PM, Peter Linnell wrote:
well,,,, i think in actuality they'll still employ alot of people, but those people's value added to society will be much higher :) because rather than grepping log files, they'll be solving real world analytics problems.
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