Learn how to crunch big data to extract meaning from the data avalanche Learn tools and techniques that let you approach big data with relish and not fear Shows how to build a complete infrastructure to handle your needs as your data grows Hands-on examples in each chapter give the big picture while also giving direct experience In Detail Data is arriving faster than you can process it and the overall volumes keep growing at a rate that keeps you awake at night. Hadoop can help you tame the data beast. Effective use of Hadoop however requires a mixture of programming, design, and system administration skills. "Hadoop Beginner's Guide" removes the mystery from Hadoop, presenting Hadoop and related technologies with a focus on building working systems and getting the job done, using cloud services to do so when it makes sense. From basic concepts and initial setup through developing applications and keeping the system running as the data grows, the book gives the understanding needed to effectively use Hadoop to solve real world problems. Starting with the basics of installing and configuring Hadoop, the book explains how to develop applications, maintain the system, and how to use additional products to integrate with other systems. While learning different ways to develop applications to run on Hadoop the book also covers tools such as Hive, Sqoop, and Flume that show how Hadoop can be integrated with relational databases and log collection. In addition to examples on Hadoop clusters on Ubuntu uses of cloud services such as Amazon, EC2 and Elastic MapReduce are covered.
Hadoop Beginner's GuideAuthor(s): Garry Turkington Publisher: Packt Publishing Publication Date: 22-Feb-2013 Edition: 1 Number of pages: 398