Category: Summer training 2015 in Jaipur

Vote for the DevOps Dozen

Sep 1, 2015 Posted by Alan Shimel In News, Features Tagged devops dozen 0 Comments At the end of July we opened up nominations for our inaugural DevOps Dozen, to recognize the top 12 companies in DevOps. Over 1500 of you voted (thank you) selecting from over 120 different companies.  We have taken the top…
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Amazon EMR Update – Apache Spark 1.5.2, Ganglia, Presto, Zeppelin, and Oozie

Today we are announcing Amazon EMR release 4.2.0, which adds support for Apache Spark 1.5.2, Ganglia 3.6 for Apache Hadoop and Spark monitoring, and new sandbox releases for Presto (0.125), Apache Zeppelin (0.5.5), and Apache Oozie (4.2.0). New Applications in Release 4.2.0 Amazon EMR provides an easy way to install and configure distributed big data…
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Apache Spark 1.5.2 and new versions of Ganglia monitoring, Presto, Zeppelin, and Oozie now available in Amazon EMR

You can now deploy new applications on your Amazon EMR cluster. Amazon EMR release 4.2.0 now offers Ganglia 3.6, an upgraded version of Apache Spark (1.5.2), and upgraded sandbox releases of Apache Oozie (4.2.0), Presto (0.125), and Apache Zeppelin (0.5.5). Ganglia provides resource utilization monitoring for Hadoop and Spark. Oozie 4.2.0 includes several new features,…
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What is Infrastructure as a Service?

The definition of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is pretty simple. You rent cloud infrastructure—servers, storage and networking— on demand, in a pay-as-you-go model. Since you don’t need to invest in your own hardware, IaaS is perfect for start-ups or businesses testing out a new idea. Also, since the infrastructure scales on demand, it’s great…
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Create Your First Hadoop Program

Find out Number of Products Sold in Each Country. Input: Our input data set is a CSV file, SalesJan2009.csv Prerequisites: This tutorial is developed on Linux – Ubuntu operating System. You should have Hadoop (version 2.2.0 used for this tutorial) already installed. You should have Java (version 1.8.0 used for this tutorial) already installed on the system. Before we start with the actual process, change…
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