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Comments Loading Disqus Comments Aug 01, Ian rated it really liked it. Being a SQL dialect, Hive is a declarative language. A lot of time would need to be of sessions daily for analytics, using both the Java and allotted in order to convert all the collected data into a single streaming APIs; clusters vary from 1 to nodes. Related links you will like:
Showing Rating details. Sort order. Feb 19, Todd N rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is the single best reference guide to Hadoop and related projects, and it's the only O'Reilly book I have read cover to cover. Here is the way I recommend reading it: Read through the first two chapters including the tutorial walk through with the weather examples, then jump ahead and read the introduction for each of the related projects Pig chapter 11 , Hive 12 , HBase 13 , Zookeeper 14 , Sqoop Then read the case studies in the last chapter.
Then go back and read about Hadoop in This is the single best reference guide to Hadoop and related projects, and it's the only O'Reilly book I have read cover to cover. Then go back and read about Hadoop in detail.
Very highly recommended. Be sure to get the latest edition, which is 2nd. I think a 3rd edition is coming out around summer. You are practically guaranteed a few million dollars from a VC if you can write "big data" in the snow with your pee, so you might as well start learning about this stuff now. View 1 comment.
View all 3 comments. May 22, Veselin Nikolov rated it it was amazing. Jun 30, Alex Ott rated it really liked it Shelves: Very good book, that allows to get high level overview of Hadoop, and related projects, together with description of other Hadoop-related projects - Pig, HBase, and other.
I'll recommend this book for all developers, who want to learn about Hadoop, it's usage and programming for it.
Dec 12, Johnny rated it it was amazing Shelves: Tom White is an excellent technical writer, paying close attention to accuracy, clarity, and completeness.
Probably the best way to get a deep and broad understanding of Hadoop is to read this book. You will come away with a strong understanding of the methods, philosophy, and design of all things Hadoop. The only downside to this book is that it's a little dated, having been published in I'm reading the fourth and latest edition. Because of this, some of the "Related Projects" chapters are of little practical value, eg, Pig, Crunch.
It would do well to replace these chapters with write-ups of more modern projects such as Impala and Drill. I skipped and don't intend to read the chapters on Pig and Crunch, or the three case studies. Honestly, this book should be the Hadoop manual. If you've ever downloaded stock Hadoop and glanced through the included manual, you'll have found it to be minimal.
This book walks you through setting up a development environment for Hadoop, explains the basic concepts behind it and its implementation, then overviews setting up a Hadoop cluster leaving the details to other books on Hadoop operations , overviews the Hadoop ecosystem and concludes with a few case studies. If you are interested in Honestly, this book should be the Hadoop manual. If you are interested in Hadoop and not yet familiar with it, this book is a great place to start.
This is a quite amazing book having a comprehensive content on the Hadoop eco-system. The rich code examples coming with the book really help me understand how MapReduce works. It also covers all the other major sub systems like Hive, HBase, Spark, etc.
Although you might need separate books to delve deep into these subjects. The case studies at the end of the books are also a joy to read. Aug 05, Senthil Kumra rated it really liked it. Great book to get started with hadoop ecosystem. Covers most of the parts. Jan 28, Rufeng Xie rated it liked it. Wish it could be written concisely.
Dec 10, Ha Truong rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Not only gives a first impression of what Hadoop, it also gives a deeper knowledge about each component and related technologies. Thus, if you just want a book to rule them all, pick this one. However, because the ambition of the author is to put all into one book, you might feel overwhelmed with many details under the hood.
It should be better you just read the introduction of a technology such as what it is, how it works rather than unraveling everything in this introductory book. Pig translates Pig output from a map as an input and combines those data Latin scripts into MapReduce.
Pig consists of a language tuples into a smaller set of tuples. Pig can operate on complex data structures, even those that can have levels of nesting. Generally the input data is in the form of file or suited to process the unstructured data.
The input file is passed to the mapper function line by line. PigLatin is relationally complete like SQL, which means it The mapper processes the data and creates several small is at least as powerful as a relational algebra.
Turing chunks of data. This stage is the combination of the memory model, and looping constructs. PigLatin is not Shuffle stage and the Reduce stage.
HBase Other components of Hadoop: It was designed to store structured data in tables that could have Hive many of rows and many of columns.
Apache is structured and queried in distributed Hadoop. Hive is also HBase is distributed column based database like layer built a popular development environment that is used to write on Hadoop designed to support billions of messages per day, queries for data in the Hadoop environment.
Hive is a HBase is massively scalable and delivers fast random writes declarative language that is used to develop applications for as well as random and streaming reads.
From a data model perspective, utilize its functions. It cannot efficiently perform in small column-orientation gives extreme flexibility in storing data data environments. HBase is ideal for workloads that are write-intensive, need to maintain a large amount of Java is one of the most widely used programming data, large indices, and maintain the flexibility to scale out languages.
It has also been connected to various community quickly. Hadoop is one such framework that is Advantages and disadvantages of Hadoop: Therefore, the platform is vulnerable Advantages: The data collected from various sources will be of structured 1 Amazon: The sources can be social media or To build Amazon's product search indices; process millions even email conversations.
A lot of time would need to be of sessions daily for analytics, using both the Java and allotted in order to convert all the collected data into a single streaming APIs; clusters vary from 1 to nodes. Hadoop saves this time as it can derive valuable data from any form of data. It also has a variety of functions such 2 Yahoo! Hadoop; biggest cluster: In some cases they had to delete large sets of raw data in order to make space for new 3 Facebook: There was a possibility of losing valuable information To store copies of internal log and dimension data sources in such cases.
It is a cost-effective solution for data learning; machine cluster with 2, cores and about storage purposes. Hadoop enables the company to do just that with Managing the data is the big issue.
And now days the huge its data storage needs. It uses a storage system wherein the amount of data is produced in the origination so the big data data is stored on a distributed file system. It is data set that can manage and 4 Multiple copies: For managing the data the big data technique is used i.
Advanced Features Chapter 5. Administrative Features Chapter 6.
Available Clients Chapter 7. Hadoop Integration Appendix A. Upgrade from Previous Release s. Fully revised for HBase 1.
Whether you just started to evaluate this non-relational database, or plan to put it into practice right away, this book has your back. The Definitive Guide , 2nd Edition By: Daniel J.
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