Tag Archives: Hadoop
This is part 3 in a series on how to build a Hortonworks Data Platform 2.6 cluster on AWS. By now we have an edge node to run Ambari Server, three master nodes for Hadoop name nodes and such. Now … Continue reading
This is a tutorial on how to import data (with fixed lenght) in Apache Hive (in Hortonworks Data Platform 2.6.1). The idea is that any non-Hive, non-Hadoop savvy people can follow along, so let me know if I succeeded (make … Continue reading
If you don’t know a lot about YARN and why it’s called a data operating system, you’re in luck. I found it necessary to explain how YARN works before I could explain the solutions for high availability. At first YARN … Continue reading
I’ve been studying for a couple of hours how Hadoop high availability works, for the HDPCA exam. And now I’ve condensed that knowledge to a video on HDFS HA in just under 9 minutes. Enjoy!
This is part 2 in a series on how to build a Hortonworks Data Platform 2.6 cluster on AWS. In part 1 we created an edge node where we will later install Ambari Server. The next step is creating the … Continue reading
Installing Hortonworks Data Platform 2.6 on Amazon Web Services (Amazon’s cloud platform), how hard could it be? It’s click, click, next, next, confirm, right? Well-lll, not quite. Especially if HDP or AWS is new to you. There are many steps … Continue reading
Day two started with more keynotes. Ross Porter of Dell EMC talked about the ingredients of a successful analytics project. Carlo Vaiti of HP Enterprise had an interesting talk about trends in big data, but I would advise him to … Continue reading