Set up your own, or even a shared, environment for doing interactive analysis of time-series data.
Although software engineering offers several methods and approaches to produce robust and reliable components, a more lightweight and flexible approach is required for data analysts—who do not build “products” per se but still need high-quality tools and components. Thus, recently, I tried to find a way to re-use existing libraries and datasets stored already in HDFS with Apache Spark.
Thanks to Călin-Andrei Burloiu, Big Data Engineer at antivirus company Avira, and Radu Pastia, Senior Software Developer in the Big Data Team at Orange, for the guest post below about the Couchdoop connector for bringing Couchbase data into Hadoop.
Couchdoop is a Couchbase connector for Apache Hadoop, developed by Avira on CDH, that allows for easy, parallel data transfer between Couchbase and Hadoop storage engines. It includes a command-line tool,
Welcome to our 12th (first annual!) edition of “This Month in the Ecosystem,” a digest of highlights from August 2014 (never intended to be comprehensive; for that, see the excellent Hadoop Weekly).
The key to getting the most out of Spark is to understand the differences between its RDD API and the original Mapper and Reducer API.
Venerable MapReduce has been Apache Hadoop‘s work-horse computation paradigm since its inception. It is ideal for the kinds of work for which Hadoop was originally designed: large-scale log processing, and batch-oriented ETL (extract-transform-load) operations.
As Hadoop’s usage has broadened,
The following post was written by Jay Vyas (@jayunit100) and originally published in the Gluster.org Community.
I have recently spent some time getting Cloudera’s CDH 5 distribution of Apache Hadoop to work on GlusterFS 3.3 using Distributed Replicated 2 Volumes. This is made possible by the fact that Apache Hadoop has a pluggable filesystem architecture that allows the computational components within the CDH 5 distribution to be configured to use alternative filesystems to HDFS.