HADOOP IN PRACTICE, 2nd Edition – An updated guide to handling some of the ‘trickier and dirtier aspects of Hadoop’ – #programming #bookreview

  Hadoop in Practice, Second Edition Alex Holmes (Manning – paperback )   The Hadoop world has undergone some big changes lately, and this hefty, updated edition offers excellent coverage of a lot of what’s new. If you currently work with Hadoop and MapReduce or are planning to take them up soon, give serious consideration … Continue reading HADOOP IN PRACTICE, 2nd Edition – An updated guide to handling some of the ‘trickier and dirtier aspects of Hadoop’ – #programming #bookreview

MapReduce Design Patterns – For solving Big Data problems – #bookreview #programming #hadoop

MapReduce Design Patterns Donald Miner and Adam Shook (O’Reilly – paperback, Kindle) “MapReduce is a computing paradigm for processing data that resides on hundreds of computers,” the authors point out. It has been “popularized recently by Google, Hadoop, and many others.” The MapReduce paradigm is “extraordinarily powerful, but does not provide a general solution to what many … Continue reading MapReduce Design Patterns – For solving Big Data problems – #bookreview #programming #hadoop