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Creator of Apache Hadoop Open Source Project to Present “Apache Hadoop: A New Data Paradigm” at the Tokyo International Forum

PALO ALTO, CA–(Marketwire – Aug 30, 2011) - Cloudera Inc., the leading provider of Apache Hadoop-based data management software and services, announced today that architect Doug Cutting, creator of Apache Hadoop, will deliver the keynote address “Apache Hadoop: A New Paradigm for Data Processing” at IDG Japan’s 2011 Next Generation Data Center Conference on September 1st. Cutting, who also sits on the board of the Apache Software Foundation, will offer tradeshow attendees his insights into the new paradigm for data analytics and business intelligence presented by Apache Hadoop and other open source technologies that are igniting a “data revolution.”

“Apache Hadoop has gained significant traction in the APAC region, where smart enterprise organizations are recognizing the power and strategic advantages that can be achieved by unlocking their data’s potential and quickly adopting the technology,” said Doug Cutting, architect for Cloudera. “I look forward to the opportunity to examine how open source technologies like Hadoop and its related applications can help businesses in Japan and beyond to leverage their data in unique and exciting ways to achieve new levels of innovation and business intelligence.”

What: A keynote address: “Apache Hadoop: A New Paradigm for Data Processing”

Who: Cloudera Architect Doug Cutting, creator of Apache Hadoop

When: September 1, 2011 at 10:00 AM JT

Where: IDG Japan’s Next Generation Data Center 2011 Conference at the Tokyo International Forum in Tokyo, Japan

The Next Generation Data Center 2011, presented by IDG Japan’s Computerworld and CIO Magazine, takes place from August 31st – September 1st, 2011 in Tokyo, Japan. The annual conference is one of Japan’s largest enterprise technology focused conferences dedicated to the discovery of the latest technologies and strategies that are contributing to the evolution of the cloud infrastructure. The conference will draw over 10,000 attendees, with a technical audience ranging from IT operations and data center operations executives, storage and asset managers to IT engineers and datacenter developers. The conference will be held at the Tokyo International Forum in Tokyo, Japan.

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