Microsoft’s Hadoop roadmap laid bare via leaked slide

Microsoft’s Hadoop roadmap laid bare via leaked slide

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It has been known for some time that Microsoft is bringing Hadoop support to both Azure and Windows Server. Even more, we’ve known roughly when it would happen. Today has brought us confirmation of those dates. ZDNet has managed to get its hands on a leaked slide, from December of...
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