Concurrent’s new Hadoop monitoring tool looks out for big-data snags

Software developers want to know if their applications are running properly on the Internet. Just look at the runaway success of application-performance management companies like New Relic and AppDynamics.
Similarly, engineers who process lots of different kinds of data using the Hadoop ecosystem of open-source software need a monitoring tool to make sure their Hadoop jobs are running right.
Just such a tool is coming out today from Concurrent, the company behind the open-source Cascading framework for implementing Hadoop jobs.
It’s called Driven. And it’s been a long time in the making. Founder Chris Wensel has been talking about it for at least two and a half years.

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