Inside IT: Securing Intel IT’s Apache Hadoop Platform

July 5th, 2016 | | 8:12
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IT Best Practices: Episode 97 – Big data and advanced analytics have become increasingly important to Intel. More and more people and business groups rely on Intel’s big data capabilities to maximize productivity. A recent step in the evolution of big data at the company was the move last year from the Intel Distribution for Apache Hadoop to the Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop, This offered an opportunity to extend capabilities and reduce cost – and to evolve the security plan across the platform as well. In this podcast we hear from Chandu Yalla, Big Data Engineering Manager at Intel IT. He gives us a brief history of Hadoop at Intel, and tells how Intel IT established best practices for securing and expanding this big data platform.

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