Armando Acosta has been involved in the IT Industry over the last 15 years with experience in architecting IT solutions and product-marketing, management, planning, and strategy. Armando’s latest role has been focused on Big Data|Hadoop solutions, addressing solutions that build new capabilities for emerging customer needs, and assists with the roadmap for new products and features. Armando is a graduate of University of Texas at Austin and resides in Austin, TX.

Simplifying the path to the benefits of Apache Hadoop

The Apache Hadoop software framework for storing, processing and analyzing big data continues to grow in popularity, and is now used by enterprises around the world. Apache Hadoop recently celebrated 10 years, and we celebrate that milestone with them. While Hadoop continues to innovate and simplify, we know that its … READ MORE

Armando Acosta May 25th, 2016

Boost insights and agility with a big data solution

Increasing amounts of data and powerful analytical tools are facilitating unprecedented insights in all industries. Yet to compete, organizations must also boost efficiency, contain costs and minimize risks. How do companies achieve all of these goals and maintain flexibility to meet tomorrow’s requirements?  Since 2011, Dell has helped global organizations … READ MORE

Armando Acosta April 13th, 2016

Making the First Hadoop Use Case Real for Customers

Dell, Cloudera, Syncsort and Intel are proud to announce the next generation of a Data Warehouse Optimization – ETL Offload Reference Architecture certified with CDH 5.5.1. Our goal is to create an intuitive and easy to use solution that enables new Hadoop users to develop and deploy ETL jobs in … READ MORE

Armando Acosta March 1st, 2016

Ringing in the New Year with a new release of Cloudera Enterprise

The New Year brings new features, functionality and simplicity for organizations deploying Hadoop solutions based on the latest release of Cloudera Enterprise. With the launch of Cloudera Enterprise 5.5, big data teams can now get more of the things that matter most to them—notably, better performance, enhanced security and advanced … READ MORE

Armando Acosta January 6th, 2016
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