Karmasphere: Helping to Tame A Tool Called Hadoop

Karmasphere: Helping to Tame A Tool Called Hadoop

Recently, many companies have begun using Apache Hadoop to spread computing jobs across internal servers and into the cloud. But the open source tool has a reputation for being tricky to learn. As Karmasphere’s Martin Hall says, it’s ?pretty technical and has a tedious learning curve.”

That’s why Hall and others founded Karmasphere. The startup “helps developers create, deploy, debug and monitor applications created with Hadoop.”

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