Cloudera Developer Blog · Oozie Posts
This blog was originally posted on the Apache Blog for Oozie.
In June 2012, we released Apache Oozie (incubating) 3.2.0. Oozie is currently undergoing incubation at The Apache Software Foundation (see http://incubator.apache.org/oozie).
The Development track at Hadoop World is a technical deep dive dedicated to discussion about Apache Hadoop and application development for Apache Hadoop. You will hear committers, contributors and expert users from various Hadoop projects discuss the finer points of building applications with Hadoop and the related ecosystem. The sessions will touch on foundational topics such as HDFS, HBase, Pig, Hive, Flume and other related technologies. In addition, speakers will address key development areas including tools, performance, bringing the stack together and testing the stack. Sessions in this track are for developers of all levels who want to learn more about upcoming features and enhancements, new tools, advanced techniques and best practices.
This blog was originally posted on the Apache Blog: https://blogs.apache.org/sqoop/entry/apache_sqoop_overview
Using Hadoop for analytics and data processing requires loading data into clusters and processing it in conjunction with other data that often resides in production databases across the enterprise. Loading bulk data into Hadoop from production systems or accessing it from map reduce applications running on large clusters can be a challenging task. Users must consider details like ensuring consistency of data, the consumption of production system resources, data preparation for provisioning downstream pipeline. Transferring data using scripts is inefficient and time consuming. Directly accessing data residing on external systems from within the map reduce applications complicates applications and exposes the production system to the risk of excessive load originating from cluster nodes.
Continuing with our practice from Cloudera’s Distribution Including Apache Hadoop v2 (CDH2), our goal is to provide regular (quarterly), predictable updates to the generally available release of our open source distribution. For CDH3 the first such update is available today, approximately 3 months from when CDH3 went GA.
For those of you who are recent Cloudera users, here is a refresh on our update policy:
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