Several weeks ago, I set about to demonstrate the ease with which Solr and Map/Reduce can be integrated. I was unable to find a simple, yet comprehensive, primer on integrating the two technologies. So I set about to write one.
What follows is my bare-bones tutorial on getting Solr up and running to index each word of the complete works of Shakespeare. Note: Special thanks to Sematext for looking over the Solr bits and making sure they are sane.
In this demo, Henry Robinson, a software engineer at Cloudera, discusses the Log Management, Event Management and Alerting features in Cloudera Manager that help make sense out of all the discrete events that take place across the Hadoop cluster. He demonstrates how to search the logs valuable information, note important events that pertain to system health and create alerts to warn you when things go wrong.
Every process in a Hadoop cluster regularly writes to a log file,
Service and Configuration Management (Part I & II)
We’ve recently recorded a series of demo videos intended to highlight the extensive set of features and functions included with Cloudera Manager, the industry’s first end-to-end management application for Apache Hadoop. These demo videos showcase the newly enhanced Cloudera Manager interface and reveal how to use this powerful application to simplify the administration of Hadoop clusters, optimize performance and enhance the quality of service.
In the first two videos of this series,
If you’re like a myriad of other systems administrators out there, you may be running a production Hadoop cluster, spec’ing one out, or just starting to investigate the possibility of bringing Hadoop into your workplace. As any of these folks will be able to tell you, one of the most important tasks you’ll encounter is capacity planning. With the release of Cloudera Manager 3.7, we’re bringing you a new set of tools to aid you in this process.