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Storing Data in HDFS

Just to be clear, storing data in HDFS is not entirely the same as saving files on your personal computer. In fact, quite a number of differences exist — most having to do with optimizations that make HDFS able to scale out easily across thousands of slave nodes and perform well with batch workloads.

By Glen Martin posted   yesterday

Hadoop Toolbox

Besides, the major contribution of Amazon EMR services and its other related tools, many other companies also provide certain useful Hadoop Tools.


Concept of Map Reduce in Hadoop

Though MapReduce as a technology is relatively new, it builds upon much of the fundamental work from both mathematics and computer science, particularly approaches that look to express operations that would then be applied to each element in a set of data. Indeed the individual concepts of functions called map and reduce come straight from functional programming languages where they were applied to lists of input data.


Hadoop Distributions: EMC, HotonWork and MapR

Besides Cloudera, there are few other popular Hadoop distribution which are well implemented for commercial and development purposes.

By Derek Honeybun posted   3 days ago

Hadoop Distributions: Cloudera

We have seen that the Hadoop ecosystem has several component parts, all of which exist as their own Apache projects. Since Hadoop has become extremely popular and widely used, it also going through few significant further changes, various versions of these open source community components may not be fully compatible with the rest of the components.

By naomi burke posted   3 days ago

Hadoop Distributed processing with MapReduce

MapReduce comprises the sequential processing of operations on distributed volumes of data sets.

By Nigel Bunyan posted   3 days ago

Pros and Cons of Hadoop System

As with any tool, it's important to understand when Hadoop is a good fit for the problem in question.

By zack mathews posted   3 days ago

Graph Analysis with Hadoop

We all are already familiar with log data, relational data, text data, and binary data, but we will soon hear about another form of information: graph data.

By ezra heywood posted   4 days ago

Image Classification with Hadoop

Image classification starts with the notion that we build a training set and that computers are equipped to recognize and categorize what they’re processing at. In the context, that having greater data helps generate better fraud detection and risk-predictive models, the same way it also helps system to better classify images.

By ben reitman posted   4 days ago

Social Sentiment Analysis with Hadoop

Social sentiment analysis is simply the most overrated of the Hadoop applications, which should be no surprise, given that we breathe in a world with a constantly connected and expressive population.

By ben reitman posted   4 days ago

Risk Modelling with Hadoop

Risk modelling is another major use case that’s energized by Hadoop. We think we will find that it closely resembles the fraud detection model use case in which it acts like a model-based discipline.

By jacob rasel posted   4 days ago

Data Warehousing with Hadoop

Data warehouses are on the edge of the line, trying to cope with growing needs on their finite resources.

By Allen Scott posted   4 days ago

Big Data: Data Volumes and Varying Data Structures

It is not true if I say that we all are now living in an advanced state of the information age. Data is being evolved and stored electronically by networked sensors at very large volumes, in an accelerating pace and in mind-boggling varieties.

By Elena Glibart posted   5 days ago

Log Data Analysis with Hadoop

Log analysis is a common practice which can be easily handled by Hadoop project. Indeed, the early applications of Hadoop were for the large-scale analysis of clickstream logs — log which record data about the web pages that users browse


Big Data Strategies: Share Nothing Approach

Anyone with children will have spent considerable time teaching the little ones that it's good to share.


Big Data Strategies: Classic data processing systems (Scale –Up and Scale-Out)

The fundamental reason that big data mining systems were rare and expensive is that scaling a system to process large data sets is very difficult.

By Jayden Bell posted   5 days ago

Evolution of Android Development

Everybody needs a smartphone or a smart tech gear, and these devices square measure massively fashionable.

By Royce Roy posted   6 days ago

Software Development Analysis

Software Analysts must first identify problem and understand the problem to be solved or the processes to be improved.

By zack mathews posted   8 days ago

IMPORTANCE OF SEO COMPETITOR ANALYSIS

Competitor research is a core part of website optimization and involves studying websites that rank well for keyword targets.


Get Current Location in Android

In this blog I explaining to get current location as well as find update location. In android have two types to get location

By Manoj Pandey posted   19 days ago

SEO Technical -On page optimization

In an ideal world, the Google would be able to find and understand all content anywhere on the web and return relevant results for your search regardless of technical considerations.


How Make a Money for Apps

When developed apps for Android app stores can be highly lucrative ventures for developers, one of the hardest decisions an app developer has to make is how to get the app to pay for itself.

By zack mathews posted   26 days ago

URL Optimization

If we talk about on page optimization in seo then URL Optimization is the first step. During the url optimization we keep in mind these things.

By Ashish srivastava posted   one month ago

Difference between IQueryable<T> vs IEnumerable<T>

A lots of time Confusion between IQueryable and IEnumerable interface because, they are look like same and when we start writing a code often,we will choose a wrong approach between them.

By Anupam Mishra posted   one month ago

Multiple Stepper Motor with Arduino-L293D

This is the most basic example you can have with an Arduino, an Easy Driver, and a stepper motor. Connect the motor’s four wires to the Easy Driver (note the proper coil connections), connect a power supply of 12V is to the Power In pins, and connect the Arduino’s GND, pin 8 and pin 9 to the Easy Driver.

 C# Assembly 
By Arduino Man posted   one month ago

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