This post provides a high-level overview of Apache Sqoop (incubating). It discusses the general problem addressed by Sqoop and provides simple examples on how to use it. This post is written by Arvind Prabhakar, who is a Sqoop committer.
Ari Rabkin is a summer intern at Cloudera, working with the engineering team to help make Hadoop more usable and simpler to configure. The rest of the year, Ari is a PhD student at UC Berkeley. Hes applying the results of recent research to automatically find and document configuration options for Hadoop.
Hadoop has a key-value style of configuration, where each configuration option has a name and a value. There is no central list of options,
Announcing an update to CDH3.
Pero works on research and development in new technologies for online advertising at Aol Advertising R&D in Palo Alto. Over the past 4 years he has been the Chief Architect of R&D distributed ecosystem comprising more than thousand nodes in multiple data centers. He also led large-scale contextual analysis, segmentation and machine learning efforts at AOL, Yahoo and Cadence Design Systems and published patents and research papers in these areas.
A critical premise for success of online advertising networks is to successfully collect,
Phil Langdale is a software engineer at Cloudera and the technical lead for Clouderas SCM Express product.
What is SCM Express?
As powerful and useful as Apache Hadoop is, anyone who has setup up a cluster from scratch is well aware of how challenging it can be: every machine has to have the right packages installed and correctly configured so that they can all work together,