Tag Archives: Hortonworks

Hadoop Tutorial with HortonWorks: How to Visualize Website Clickstream Data

Hadoop Tutorial with HortonWorks: How to Visualize Website Clickstream Data

 

This was spawned by this posting:

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/03/q-a-on-what-is-the-best-way-to-stream-excel-data-into-sql-database-table-with-dotnet-csharp/

So this came in from a Facebook user:

http://hortonworks.com/hadoop-tutorial/how-to-visualize-website-clickstream-data/

Honestly, I can easily use MS SQL Server to replicate the same with Hadoop. It is MUCH easier but Hortonworks does make it easier. Why would I pay for that when I can get SQL Server instead as it is easier to integrate with .NET and C#

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Intoducing Hortonworks – The Next Generation of Apache Hadoop MapReduce

Intoducing Hortonworks – The Next Generation of Apache Hadoop MapReduce
This presentation presents some loose details about the future of Hadoop as hortonworks sees it. This is important because one of the founders of hortonworks is Arun Murthy. Arun has been at Yahoo for a number of years focused on Hadoop. To say that Arun knows Hadoop would be somewhat of an understatement.

The big news to me here is that the limitations of Hadoop are finally being acknowledged and would seem that their in the process of being addressed. Especially if they could take Hadoop into the real of continuous query.

As I pointed out to the guys at backtype about Storm – everyone who knows anything about this space is going real time. I’ve watched that shift happen over the last two years – it started as a trickle, people said it was impossible. Look at the space now – the pace is mind boggling.

Take a look at the presentation – and let’s discuss!

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