[colug-432] Hadoop interest ?
stolfi at gmail.com
Mon Dec 13 10:05:13 EST 2010
I think these would be great topics to have meetups around... It might
be worth casting a wider net from Hadoop and Cassandra to any of the
newly mainstream NoSQL solutions. I have some experience with Hadoop
(love how easy Cloudera makes it), but am also starting to work with
Membase and MongoDB.
I'm more of an Operations guy, so learning how to make these things
withstand failures is tops on my list....but any good discussion
around it is a win. It'd be nice to see Columbus foster these newer
technologies....we can be webscale too ;-) (This little cartoon is
very NSFW (language), but is a funny little bit about MySQL vs NoSQL
Hope we can get some traction around this!
On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 12:39 AM, Tom Hanlon <tom at functionalmedia.com> wrote:
> Hi Colug,
> I just joined Cloudera as a trainer. I will be teaching Hadoop Map/
> Reduce and all that wonderfully distributed batch processing framework
> I am thinking about creating a hadoop meetup in Columbus.
> Gauging interest or looking for contacts in other groups or
> individuals that might be interested.
> COLUG has been tremendously helpful to me over the years, so I could
> also come up from athens and do a Hadoop presentation at a Colug
> Anyone on list playing around with
> Hadoop ?
> Cassandra ?
> Or other implementations of something that got started after google
> wrote the big-table, GFS paper ?
> Anyone use hdfs for it's simplicity in terms of big files over many
> machines and disks ?
> I have seen OCLC at hadoop trainings so I know they are at least
> I met someone else from Columbus but I forget the company or use..
> Hadoop is fun, unfortunately written in Java, now that Oracle owns
> java and as we await the outcome of Oracle vs Google and the future to
> see exactly what or how open Java really is.
> But that is mostly another issue.
> Happy Holidays.
> Tom Hanlon
> tom at functionalmedia.com
> Cloudera Certified Hadoop Developer
> Certified MySQL DBA
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