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Hadoop Toolbox: Part 5 of Hadoop Series

Many organizations will mix and match individual Apache projects and sub-projects using Apache Hadoop’s loosely coupled architecture. This Hadoop toolbox provides a powerful set of tools and capabilities, but it does have some important limitations that can require a platform approach to address.

The Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) combines storage and processing in each data node. With the HDFS file system, you can add new files or append to existing files, but not replace files without use of a new filename. The append capability works well for adding new time-stamped logs as they come in, but can complicate storage of structured files. (more…)

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Hadoop Enriches Data Science: Part 2 Of Hadoop Series

Enterprises use Hadoop in data-science applications that improve operational efficiency, grow revenues or reduce risk. Many of these data-intensive applications use Hadoop for log analysis, data mining, machine learning or image processing.

Commercial, open source or internally developed data-science applications have to tackle a lot of semi-structured, unstructured or raw data. They benefit from Hadoop’s combination of storage and processing in each data node spread across a cluster of cost-effective commodity hardware. Hadoop’s lack of fixed-schema works particularly well for answering ad-hoc queries and exploratory “what if” scenarios.

Hadoop-Enabled Data-Science Use Cases

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