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MapR Technologies to Speak About Hadoop and Big Data Analytics & Showcase Its Award-Winning Distribution at Upcoming Conferences

SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/13/13 -- MapR Technologies, Inc., the Hadoop technology leader, today announced it will share its insights about Big Data and Hadoop and profile its award-winning MapR Distribution at three upcoming conferences in March, including Gartner Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit; GigaOm Structure:Data; and SVForum: Big Data and Analytics Conference Between Now and 2020.

Highlights include:

Gartner Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit

When:
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 10:15 - 10:45 am

Where:
Gaylord Texan Hotel & Convention Center, Grapevine, TX

What:
"Expect more from Hadoop" presented by Jack Norris, MapR's VP of Marketing. Enterprises deploying Hadoop are facing too many data sources and not enough integration. This presentation will provide an overview on how leading companies have integrated Hadoop, NoSQL (HBase) and enterprise sources on one platform. Data is combined and processed in one simplified architecture freeing up resources to get more out of Hadoop. Case studies and reference architectures will be reviewed to demonstrate how companies have succeeded in generating Big Data insights with less infrastructure costs.

Exhibit:
Booth #515

For more information about the Gartner Business Intelligence & Analytics conference, visit here.

GigaOm Structure:Data

When:
Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 12:45 pm

Where:
Pier Sixty at The Chelsea Piers, NYC

What:
"The Future of BI and Hadoop" panel discussion with MapR Director of Product Management, Tomer Shiran. The Hadoop explosion is reshaping many things, including at its core the nature of BI. This session looks at the innovations in apps, engines and use cases that will shape the evolution of the industry and its new products.

GigaOm Structure:Data

When:
Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 1:30 pm

Where:
Pier Sixty at The Chelsea Piers, NYC

What:
"Raise the bar with Hadoop" presented by MapR Vice President of Marketing, Jack Norris. Leading companies have improved profitability, increased revenue and increased their competitive position by better leveraging untapped data sources. This presentation details case studies and reference architectures that demonstrate how companies have generated big data insights with less infrastructure costs including the integration of Hadoop and NoSQL (HBase) on one platform.

Exhibit:
MapR is featured in the main exhibit hall.

For more information about GigaOm Structure:Data, visit here.

SVForum: Big Data and Analytics Conference Between Now and 2020

When:
Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 1:15 - 2:30 pm

Where:
SAP, 3410 Hillview Avenue, Building 1, Palo Alto, CA

What:
"Beyond Hadoop" panel discussion with MapR's Cofounder and CTO, M.C.Srivas.

For more information about SVForum: Big Data and Analytics Conference Between Now and 2020, visit here.

About MapR Technologies
MapR delivers on the promise of Hadoop, making managing and analyzing Big Data a reality for more business users. The award-winning MapR Distribution brings unprecedented dependability, speed and ease-of-use to Hadoop. Combined with data protection and business continuity, MapR enables customers to harness the power of Big Data analytics. Leading companies including Amazon, Cisco, EMC and Google partner with MapR to deliver an enterprise-grade Hadoop solution. Investors include Lightspeed Venture Partners, NEA and Redpoint Ventures. Connect with MapR on Facebook, Linkedin, and Twitter.

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Media Contacts:
Beth Winkowski
MapR Technologies, Inc.
(978) 649-7189
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Nancy Pieretti
MapR Technologies, Inc.
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