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Hadoop is open source software project and enables multiple types of analytic workloads to run on the same data, at the same time.

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Apache Hadoop is an open source, Scalable, and Fault-tolerant framework written in Java. It efficiently processes large volumes of data on a cluster of commodity hardware. Hadoop is not only a storage system but is a platform for large data storage as well as processing.

What is Hadoop Technology?

Hadoop is an open-source tool from the ASF – Apache Software Foundation. Open source project means it is freely available and we can even change its source code as per the requirements. If certain functionality does not fulfill your need then you can change it according to your need. Most of Hadoop code is written by Yahoo, IBM, Facebook, Cloudera.
It provides an efficient framework for running jobs on multiple nodes of clusters. Cluster means a group of systems connected via LAN. Apache Hadoop provides parallel processing of data as it works on multiple machines simultaneously.
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