adoop plays a central role for Yahoo! to provide personalized experiences for our users and create value for our advertisers. In this talk, we will discuss the convergence of low-latency processing and Hadoop platform. To enable the convergence, we have developed Storm-on-YARN to enable Storm streaming/microbatch applications and Hadoop batch applications hosted in a single cluster. Storm applications could leverage YARN for resource management, and apply Hadoop style security to Hadoop datasets on HDFS and HBase. In Storm-on-YARN, YARN is used to launch Storm application master (Nimbus), and enable Nimbus to request resources for Storm workers (Supervisors). YARN resource manager and Storm scheduler work together to support multi-tenancy and high availability. HDFS enables Storm to achieve higher availability of Nimbus itself. We are introducing Hadoop style security into Storm through JAAS authentication (Kerberos and Digest). Storm servers (Nimbus and DRPC) will be configured with authorization plugins for access control and audit. The security context enables Storm applications to access authorized datasets only (including those created by Hadoop applications). Yahoo! is making our contribution on Storm and YARN available as open source. We will work with industry partners to foster the convergence of low-latency processing and big-data.