Category Archives: mapreduce

Cloudera’s Hadoop Education

A while back, after Cloudera released their lectures and VMware image for Hadoop, I watched the training sessions and worked through some of the initial exercises. I must say I was a little disappointed by the videos but I believe … Continue reading

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Hadoop Benchmark and CouchDB Implications

Although I don’t write much about it directly I’m a big fan of the MapReduce approach to computing and data mining. I love the fluid manner with which it encourages partitioning and how little code is required to focus directly … Continue reading

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