Congratulations to Hari Shreedharan, Cloudera software engineer and Apache Flume committer/PMC member, for the early release of his new O’Reilly Media book, Using Flume: Stream Data into HDFS and HBase. It’s the seventh Hadoop ecosystem book so far that was authored by a current or former Cloudera employee (but who’s counting?).
Why did you decide to write this book?
I have been working on Apache Flume for the past two years,
There’s an important new addition coming to the Apache Hadoop book ecosystem. It’s now in early release!
We are very happy to announce that the new Apache Hadoop book we have been writing for O’Reilly Media, Hadoop Application Architectures, is now available as an early release! It contains the first two chapters and can be found in O’Reilly’s Catalog and via Safari.
The goal of this book is to give developers and architects guidance on architecting end-to-end solutions using Hadoop and tools in the ecosystem.
Flavio Junqueira (PMC Chair of the Apache ZooKeeper project and a member of the Systems and Networking Group at Microsoft Research) and Benjamin Reed (PMC Member and Software Engineer at Facebook) are the co-authors of the new O’Reilly Media book ZooKeeper: Distributed Process Coordination. We had a chat with Flavio and Ben recently about the rationale for writing the book, and what it will add to the distributed systems conversation.
Continuing the fine tradition of Clouderans contributing books to the Apache Hadoop ecosystem, Apache Sqoop Committers/PMC Members Kathleen Ting and Jarek Jarcec Cecho have officially joined the book author community: their Apache Sqoop Cookbook is now available from O’Reilly Media (with a pelican the assigned cover beast).
The book arrives at an ideal time. Hadoop has quickly become the standard for processing and analyzing Big Data,
It’s always a great thing for everybody when the experts are willing and eager to share.
So, it’s with special pleasure that I can point you toward a new three-part series by Cloudera’s own Tom White (@tom_e_white) to be published in Dr Dobb’s, which has long been one of the publications of record in the mainstream developer world – from which many original programmers learned basics like BASIC.