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The 10 Coolest Big Data Startups Of 2014 (So Far)

Big data has continued to be big bucks in 2014. Here are 10 of the coolest big data startups of the year.

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Cloudera

CEO: Tom Reilly

One of the most prominent big data startups to emerge over the past few years is Cloudera, which, along with competitors Hortonworks and MapR Technologies, offers its own distribution of Apache Hadoop. Cloudera enhances the open-source Hadoop platform with software add-ons, management tools, services and other offerings that make it easier for customers and partners to work with the platform.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company has been busy so far in 2014. In addition to rolling out the latest version of its Hadoop platform -- Cloudera Enterprise 5 – Cloudera in April bulked up its Connect Partner Program with new resources, including training and certification, for its more than 900 solution provider partners.

In June, Cloudera announced the closing of a $900 million round in funding, and named Kim Stevenson, corporate vice president and CIO at Intel, to its board of directors.

 
 
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