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MapReduce

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Hosted MapReduce and Hadoop offerings

Today’s question is: where are we regarding MapReduce/Hadoop in the cloud? That is, what are the offerings of Hadoop-as-a-Service or other hosted MapReduce implementations, currently? A year ago, InfoQ ran a story Hadoop-as-a-Service from Amazon, Cloudera, Microsoft and IBM which will serve us as a baseline here. This article contains the following statement: According to … Continue reading

MapReduce for and with the kids

Last week was Halloween and of course we went trick-or-treating with our three kids which resulted in piles of sweets in the living room. Powered by the sugar, the kids would stay up late to count their harvest and while I was observing them at it, I was wondering if it possible to explain the … Continue reading

Interactive analysis of large-scale datasets

The value of large-scale datasets – stemming from IoT sensors, end-user and business transactions, social networks, search engine logs, etc. – apparently lies in the patterns buried deep inside them. Being able to identify these patterns, analyzing them is vital. Be it for detecting fraud, determining a new customer segment or predicting a trend. As … Continue reading

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