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HiveServer2, the latest iteration of Apache Hive, is the data warehouse system for Hadoop, one of the most commonly used Big Data frameworks in the market today. It enables organizations to easily summarize data, execute ad hoc queries and process large sets of data within the Hadoop framework – key functionalities in today’s data saturated business environment. In order for all of this to be possible, however, organizations need to be able to boost data warehouse performance. This is where we can help.
We’ve expanded these capabilities in our Connect XE for ODBC 7.1 service pack, which now supports HiveServer2 and Cloudera Hadoop distributions. The service pack delivers improves performance for ODBC interfaces, allowing easy management of concurrent HiveServer2 connections. It also provides improved scalability and high availability for HiveServer2 applications requiring extremely efficient database access.
Additional features in this service pack (SP1) include:
Want to learn more? Check out our recent press release on the topic: http://ow.ly/jY1gE or leave a comment below.
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