Support for schema-awareness in the XQuery editor allows you to harness the full power of XQuery through mechanisms for error isolation, simplified debugging, and enhanced code performance. The debugger lets you go step-by-step through the evaluation of your XPath or XQuery expression. Each click shows you the results for the corresponding step of the evaluation, and you can step into, step out, and step over evaluation steps using helpful buttons in the debugger toolbar. An advanced XQuery Profiler is also provided, helping you analyze and optimize your XQuery code performance. The results pane lets you preview the results of the changes, and clicking on a result in the preview pane highlights the affected node in your instance document. Then, you can execute the updates with one click, either in the current file or across all open files, a folder, or an entire XMLSpy project. This functionality is unique to XMLSpy.
While companies like Yahoo!, Spotify and TrueCar all have built businesses which significantly leverage Hadoop, we will see Hadoop used by more traditional enterprises to extract valuable insights from the vast quantity of data under management and deliver net new mission critical analytic applications which simply weren't possible without Hadoop.
- Scott Gnau, Chief Technology Officer, Hortonworks In 2016, I predict many companies will use Hadoop for wide-scale, large deployments as they move out of a 'lab'. Gone are the days when Hadoop deployment was limited to small-scale trial environments. - WANdisco's CEO David Richards Hadoop projects mature. Enterprises continue their move from Hadoop Proof of Concepts to Production.
In a recent survey of 2,200 Hadoop customers, only 3 percent of respondents anticipate they will be doing less with Hadoop in the next 12 months.