This require Oracle Big Data Appliance, which has
Hardware-wise, 18 node rack, with 216 cores, 864G RAM and 648T disk storage. 40G/s infiniband network between the appliance nodes and from the appliance to other Oracle appliances (i.e Exadata and Exalytics).
Software-wise, you get Cloudera’s Hadoop distribution with Cloudera’s management tools, you get Oracle’s NoSQL databasse – a distributed key-value store. And you also get a large number of integration tools:
* Oracle Loader for Hadoop to get data from Hadoop into Oracle RDBMS
* Oracle Data Integrator Application Adapter for Hadoop which enables Oracle Data Integrator to generate Hadoop MapReduce programs through an easy-to-use graphical interface
* Oracle Connector R which gives R users native, high performance access to Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) and MapReduce programming framework
* Oracle Direct Connector for Hadoop Distributed File System (ODCH), which enables the Oracle Database SQL engine to access data seamlessly from the Hadoop Distributed File System.