Posts Tagged ‘ETL

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How Pig, Hive and Zookeeper Build Apps on Hadoop and MapReduce

by   |   July 23, 2013   |   1 Comment

It may be straightforward to download the core components of Hadoop and MapReduce, but designing, developing, and deploying analytic applications still requires some skill and expertise. This article examines the prototypical big data platform using Hadoop, and how Pig, Hive, HBase, Zookeeper and Mahout address these pieces of the puzzle.
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The Relevance of ETL in the Big Data Era

by   |   November 1, 2012   |   Leave a comment

The names of technology categories can evolve; it is the business problems organizations are working to address that matter. With growing volumes, variety and velocity of data to manage, and rising demand to glean insights from that data, consultants say that ETL-style tools work well for some adapting their existing analytics systems to new trends, while others will gravitate to tools that access data from the open-source Hadoop distributed file system. Read More…