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    Concurrent Computers
    Industry: Technology

    Duluth, Ga.-based Concurrent sells video-streaming systems. It also stores and analyzes huge quantities of video data for its customers. "Certainly we could take the open-source version without the Cloudera support, but we found a vendor partner that allows us to expand our solution and leverage their expertise, and really understand how the system works, not just hack it together because it's open source."

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    DataSift
    Industry: Technology

    As a Social Data Platform, DataSift helps companies analyze and mine business insights from social media data -- from public Tweets to Facebook posts, content on blogs, forums and message boards. “Cloudera Enterprise gives our operations team the confidence that we are ahead of the curve in terms of keeping our cluster running with peak performance. We have all the insights if anything acts as a bottleneck. Cloudera gives all the metrics that a standard Hadoop install would not give you.”

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    Dell SecureWorks
    Industry: Technology

    SecureWorks' counter-threat unit protects customers around the clock. When they needed to cost-effectively scale their data collection, providing real-time access to data to analyze and respond to potential security threats, they deployed the Dell | Cloudera Solution. As a result, they reduced their cost per gigabyte from $17 to about 21 cents, achieving rapid ROI.

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    Demand Media, Inc.

    Demand Media, Inc. is a leading digital media company that informs and entertains one of the internet’s largest audiences, helps advertisers find innovative ways to engage with their customers and enables publishers to expand their online presence. Demand Media uses Cloudera Enterprise Core.

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    eBay
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Retail, eCommerce & Consumer Products

    eBay marketplace has been working hard on the next generation search infrastructure and software system, code-named Cassini. The new search engine processes over 250 million search queries and serves more than 2 billion page views each day. Its indexing platform is based on Apache Hadoop and Apache HBase.

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    Explorys Medical
    Industry: Healthcare & Life Sciences , Technology

    “We didn’t invent clinical quality measures, but the ability to generate those measures on a rapid basis, support hundreds of them, implement complex attribution logic and manifest that with a slick user interface on top – that’s revolutionary. Cloudera provides the technology that allows us to address traditional challenges in medicine and in operational reporting with a radical new approach.”

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    Groupon
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Retail, eCommerce & Consumer Products

    "We were eager to try Hadoop based on the technology’s promise to make sense of massive amounts of data, and it hasn’t disappointed. Cloudera’s distribution and support have been instrumental in helping Groupon deliver on our goal to be a technology leader.”

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    Huron Consulting Group
    Industry: Healthcare & Life Sciences , Financial Services

    Huron Consulting Group uses Hadoop as a data warehouse for document metadata. By analyzing these metadata files across projects they gain insights and metrics useful for improvement.

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    JiWire
    Industry: Telecommunications , Media & Entertainment

    JiWire uses CDH to allow for a massively scalable location-based advertising platform. JiWire’s platform enables advertisers to identify and deliver ads to audience segments based on a person’s physical location while taking the venue type and brand into account.

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    JP Morgan Chase
    Industry: Financial Services

    JPMorgan Chase still relies heavily on relational database systems for transaction processing, but it uses Hadoop technology for a growing number of purposes, including fraud detection, IT risk management and self service. "Hadoop allows us to store data that we never stored before."

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    King.com
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    “With Hadoop we can manage vast amounts of data and create bespoke solutions for our analytics. Importantly, with the Cloudera solution we have been able to plug in multiple data feeds ranging from daily currency exchange rates from the European Central bank; multiple metadata feeds; and game, advertising and platform servers log files on an hourly basis. With over 3 billion games being played every month we needed a scalable, robust and future-proof solution. Cloudera has provided us with the ability to use Hadoop to manage the exponential growth in our business as well as the exponential increase in complexity.”

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    Klout
    Industry: Technology

    Klout measures influence across the social web and uses CDH to store, process, and analyze real time social media data streams. Klout’s platform analyzes signals as they travel through the social web and performs natural language processing (NLP), machine learning, and other analysis to measure topical and broad based influence.

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    LiveRamp
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Technology

    RapLeaf assists their clients in personalizing their online experience. As a new kind of technology focused information company built for the internet, they can instantly return data on a given email address. Businesses leverage this insight to better understand their customers in order to personalize deals and offers, show them more relevant content and give them a better experience online and off. "We use CDH to process and analyze hundreds of terabytes across over 275 nodes. The technical expertise and management functionality offered by the Cloudera Enterprise package gives us the peace of mind we need to run business critical processes on Hadoop."

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    Lyris
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    "As digital marketing evolves into an increasingly complex and data-driven environment, marketing automation platforms fueled by big data are crucial for understanding and effectively connecting with customers. By choosing Cloudera and implementing CDH, Lyris is capitalizing on the vast opportunities inherent in the marriage of big data architecture and digital marketing."

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    Mobile Posse
    Industry: Telecommunications , Media & Entertainment

    Mobile Posse provides next generation advertising and mobile customer relationship management (mCRM) solutions for the active home screen on mobile devices, helping advertisers, content providers and wireless carriers to reach consumers. “Hadoop is the right solution for Mobile Posse because it’s built to scale naturally the way we needed to while maintaining flexibility. And when I think of enterprise Hadoop solutions, I view Cloudera as the leader.”

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    National Cancer Institute

    The National Cancer Institute (NCI)'s Frederick National Laboratory has been using Big Data solutions in pioneering ways to support researchers working on complex challenges around the relationship between genes and cancers. They have built infrastructure capable of cross-referencing the relationships between 17000 genes and five major cancer subtypes across 20 million biomedical publication abstracts. The result: understanding additional layers of the pathways these genes operate in and the drugs that target them. This solution, based on the Oracle Big Data Appliance with CDH, leverages capabilities available from the Big Data community today in pioneering ways that can serve a broad range of researchers.

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    NetApp
    Industry: Technology

    To better support its customers, NetApp offers AutoSupport, an integrated and efficient monitoring and reporting technology that constantly checks the health of NetApp systems. “Running the NetApp Open Solution for Hadoop [with Cloudera Enterprise] gives us the ability to turn an unwieldy data explosion into a highly manageable environment. It also will allow us to perform deeper analytics than before, which will provide better monitoring and troubleshooting of NetApp customer storage systems.”

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    Nokia
    Industry: Telecommunications , Technology

    Nokia has been in business for more than 150 years, starting with the production of paper in the 1800s and evolving into a leader in mobile and location services that connects more than 1.3 billion people today. Nokia is now using Hadoop to push the analytics envelope, creating 3D digital maps that incorporate traffic models that understand speed categories, recent speeds on roads, historical traffic models, elevation, ongoing events, video streams of the world, and more.

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    Orbitz
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Other

    "The Orbitz Worldwide sites process millions of searches and transactions every day, which not surprisingly results in hundreds of gigabytes of log data per day... Hadoop was selected to provide a solution to the problem of long-term storage and processing of these large quantities of un-structured and semi-structured data. We deployed our first Hadoop clusters in late 2009 running Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop (CDH), and in early 2010 deployed Hive to provide structure and SQL-like access to Hadoop data. In the short period of time since our initial deployment we’ve seen Hadoop rapidly adopted as a component in a wide range of applications across the organization due to its power, ease of use, and suitability for solving big data problems."

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    Qualcomm
    Industry: Telecommunications

    Qualcomm, the world leader in 3G and next generation mobile technologies, chose Cloudera Enterprise to manage the HBase and Hadoop clusters of several of its new products and services under development.

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    Rackspace US, Inc.
    Industry: Technology

    Rackspace provides managed systems for enterprises one of which being Mailtrust. Mailtrust is used by over 1 million people and thousands of companies on hundreds of servers. Mail transfer on Rackspace generates around 150 GB per day of logs in various formats, which are stored with Hadoop to perform short-term customer support fixes as well as long-term analysis of the mail system.

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    Visa
    Industry: Financial Services

    Visa was named a 2014 Data Impact Awards finalist.

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    Samsung
    Industry: Technology

    “Bioinformatics is a major new focus for Samsung. We’ve built a cloud service for bioinformatics with Cloudera. Integrating their products with existing proprietary bioinformatics systems was fast and very simple.”

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    Skybox Imaging
    Industry: Technology

    Skybox Imaging (“Skybox”) designs and builds microsatellites and software that provide global customers easy access to reliable and frequent high-resolution images of the earth via a scalable web-based platform. By operating the world’s first coordinated microsatellite constellation, Skybox aims to empower commercial and government customers to make more informed, data-driven decisions that will improve the profitability of companies and the welfare of societies around the world. Founded in Silicon Valley in 2009, Skybox is backed by leading venture firms and comprised of internet and aerospace professionals.

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    SRA
    Industry: Government , Technology

    “With the increasing availability of rich content media and the accessibility of scalable application development afforded by MapReduce, problems in computer vision can be applied against large-scale datasets. At SRA International we utilized CDH to develop a scalable solution for the SIFT computer vision algorithm.”

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    Treato

    Treato uses CDH to store terabytes worth of Web pages in Hadoop’s Distributed Filing System (HDFS) and run analysis through Hadoop for Web page parsing, indexing, executing NLP algoritms, and statistical aggregation. This analysis would not be possible without HDFS, the distributed computing management, or the low cost of hardware.

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    Trend Micro Incorporated
    Industry: Technology

    Trend Micro uses CDH, focusing the majority of their usage in Hadoop and HBase. They maintain internal branches of Hadoop and HBase to run various applications.

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    Trulia
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Other

    Trulia Insight is designed to help agents pick which home buyers to contact first and helps consumers get in touch with appropriate agents quickly. The company is crunching the data using Hadoop, with help from Cloudera, a big data start-up run by Jeff Hammerbacher, who previously built the data team at social-networking giant Facebook.

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    Tynt
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Technology

    Tynt, a company that analyzes web visitor engagement to drive new revenue opportunities for content publishers, has achieved significant benefits using CDH in production for data storage and processing. “After researching many options, we sought out the people that do Hadoop best and signed on with Cloudera. The Hadoop system that we implemented has worked beautifully, with virtually no downtime.”

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    YP (formerly AT&T Interactive)
    Industry: Telecommunications , Media & Entertainment

    Watch this webinar featuring 451 Analyst Matt Aslett, Cloudera CEO Mike Olson and Cloudera customers RIM and YP (formerly AT&T Interactive) to learn: why Cloudera customers have chosen CDH to get started with Hadoop; the business value resulting from analyzing new data sources in new ways; and how Hadoop will change these customers’ business and industry over the next 3-5 years.