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- 04/12/16--06:00: Kicking off the Apache Metron Tech Preview 1 Blog Series
- 04/13/16--23:00: Apache Metron User Personas and Core Functional Themes
- 04/19/16--06:00: Apache Metron Tech Preview 1 – Come and Get It!
- 04/21/16--06:00: Apache Metron Use Case: Finding the Needle in the Haystack
- 06/27/16--05:00: Apache Metron Tech Preview 2 Available Now!
Hello from the Metron PM and Engineering Team Over the last few months, you may have read a series of blogs written by the Metron Product Management and Engineering teams on CyberSecurity and Analytics and the role that Big Data / Hadoop / HDP plays in this space. In December 2015, James Sirota, Director of Security Solutions […]
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On Tuesday April 12th, we released the first of our multi-part Big Data Cybersecurity Analytics blog series titled Roots of Apache Metron, authored by the Hortonworks product management and engineering teams, to announce Apache Metron 0.1 release. Built with the Apache Community, Metron is a next generation cyber security application that detects and responds to […]
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In Kicking Off the Apache Metron Tech Preview 1 Blog Series, we introduced the origins of the Apache Metron™ project. In Part 2, Apache Metron User Personas and Core Functional Themes, we covered how Metron helps organizations build capabilities in their people and processes to help bridge the cyber security talent gap. In this third part of […]
In Part 3 of the Apache Metron announcement series, Apache Metron Tech Preview 1 – Come and Get it! , we outlined Apache Metron 0.1 release’s new features and enhancements. Then we demonstrated how to deploy on a single node VM using vagrant and a cloud-based install for a complete 10 node Metron cluster using […]
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Accelerated Threat Triage and Expanded Deployment Options Two months ago, the Metron Engineering and PM team released Technical Preview 1 of Apache Metron based on the 0.1 release. We shared our vision for an open community based cybersecurity solution that provides real-time, cross-referenced and contextualized big data to combat cyber threats. Apache Metron Reference Architecture As the above […]
As part of the product management leadership team at Hortonworks, there is nothing more valuable than talking directly with customers and learning about their successes, challenges, and struggles implementing their big data and analytics use cases with HDP and HDF. These conversations provide more insight than any analyst report, white paper, or market study. In […]
The post Part 1: Hortonworks Thoughts on Building a Successful Streaming Analytics Platform appeared first on Hortonworks.
In Part 1 of this series, we discussed how data-in-motion solutions require both flow management and stream analytics capabilities. Also, we introduced an exciting new technology that Hortonworks is in the process of releasing that helps users build streaming analytics apps faster and caters to three different personas in the enterprise: app developer, operations teams and the […]
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This blog was co-authored by: George Vetticaden, Sriharsha Chintalapani, Jungtaek Lim, Sanket Shah Last week, in Part 3 of this blog series, we announced the GA of HDF 3.0 and let the cat out of the bag by introducing the new open source component called Streaming Analytics Manager (SAM), an exciting new technology that helps developers, […]
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