Hadoop, once seen as the possible end to ETL, has instead fueled rapid evolution of ETL tools in recent years as enterprises seek to leverage the low cost processing power of the open source platform while extending the capabilities of their traditional EDW / BI investments.
Despite innovation in the ETL tools themselves, gaps remain for organizations that are looking to cut costs and increase computation power by re-using ETL processes being used by their existing ETL applications on Hadoop, or to build new ETL processes on data in their Hadoop data lake.
Watch this On-Demand Webinar for an overview of Hydrograph, a next-gen open source ETL framework built on Cascading and developed in collaboration between Bitwise and Capital One. Learn how Hydrograph transforms ETL on Hadoop by:
Enterprises that embrace Hadoop now have an ETL framework that fits within their open source strategy. Register now and learn how Hydrograph provides a systematic approach for pivoting from traditional ‘closed’ systems for ETL development to a more modern open source environment.