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Hadoop Operations by Eric Sammer. If you’ve operafions asked to maintain large and complex Haodop clusters, this book is a must.
Demand for operations-specific material has skyrocketed now that Hadoop is becoming the de facto standard for truly large-scale data processing in the data center.
Eric Sammer, Principal Solution Architect at Cloudera, shows you the particulars of running Hadoop in production, from pla If you’ve been asked to maintain large and complex Hadoop clusters, this book is a must.
Eric Sammer, Principal Solution Architect at Cloudera, shows you the particulars of running Hadoop in production, from planning, installing, and configuring the system to providing ongoing maintenance. Rather than run through all possible scenarios, this pragmatic operations guide calls out what works, as demonstrated in critical deployments.
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Hadoop Operations by Eric Sammer
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 23, Todd N rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read several early drafts of this book because I work at Cloudera, which is also the employer of Mr. Also, I’m pretty sure that he thinks I’m a complete idiot.
There are many mystical and esoteric secrets that are not known unless you get invited to the secret jadoop. We unwashed heathens may somehow stumble upon the fact that 10 is the perfect number according t [[[Obligatory disclosures: We unwashed heathens may somehow stumble upon the fact that 10 is the perfect number according to Pythagorus, but we will never, ever comprehend its mystical meaning and the proper way to arrange a tetrad and how to properly deploy it at a customer site without overloading the network.
But now that this book has been published, maybe a better analogy would be that Bruce Lee movie where he provokes the ire of the old masters by teaching the “forbidden style” and then has to fight them to prove his honor.
Either way, this is the single best book to buy if you are planning on setting up a Hadoop cluster or if you have just inherited one. The main focus is on keeping a cluster running and integrating it with existing systems like Kerberos, your network fabric, etc. And because making operatilns right decisions up front will save a lot of teeth gnashing and garment rending down the road, there are great overviews of important topics like selecting hardware, filesystem formatting, sizing, and configuration variables.
It stands up to multiple rereadings. As an extra bonus, this book has the best description of the fair scheduler that I have read. Even I, a person clearly unfit to touch the hem of opwrations cluster, came close to understanding it.
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Because most clusters will eventually be shared resources, it’s important to know how the resource sharing works if you need certain jobs to get done within a certain time. If you are going to be developing for a cluster, buy the third edition of Tom White’s Hadoop: If you are going to be keeping a cluster running, buy this book.
Sacrifice a goat and read its entrails while you are at it. If you know Mr. Sammer, you will note a surprising dearth of f-words in this book. I’m hoping they will be put back in for the audio version. Sep 23, Delhi Irc added it. Mar 01, James Estes rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone working with Hadoop. This book is fantastic. I absolutely recommend it to anyone doing anything with Hadoop.
Especially if you’re setting it up and maintaining a cluster, but even if you’re just writing Map Reduce jobs. When I first flipped through it I though it would just be a regurgitation of what is online, and tables of configs and their definitions. This is not the case. I’ve been using Hadoop and HBase for 2 years now, and I learned a lot here. From hardware and operating system tuning all the way to monitori This book is fantastic. From hardware and operating system tuning all the way to monitoring, Sammer explains the ins and outs of a Hadoop cluster without putting you to sleep.
I kinda gave up because our install got delayed, but i think this book is a great resource for getting hadoop up and running in a serious prod environment.
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