Apache Hadoop Marries OpenStack Sahara
OpenStack Sahara for Hadoop: Why and How | Stratoscale http://ow.ly/XyQZd
This is a great article to use for reference from Statoscale.
It explains how Sahara is used to create Hadoop Clusters on OpenStack.
Sahara is a OpenStack project (formally known as Savanna) with its main purpose to simplify installing Hadoop,Spark and Storm clusters.Sahara can install and mange several clusters at the same time, add new and remove old nodes from the cluster.
Here is a great article about the difference between Hyper-Convergence and Convergence?
Compression is bringing down the price of Big Data Analytics on Hadoop.
See this great InfoGraphic on the value of executing Big Data Analytics on Hadoop
What is Hadoop and why we need it ?
Hadoop | Visualize Now (Turn data into Knowledge) http://ow.ly/FLkbf
Excellent article on building a program with inherited debugging
4 Ways to Debug Application Crashes – Dice News http://ow.ly/yera2
Thanks to my friends at Dice for providing this article.
When did we lose track of how much data is being grown and delivered?
I would say never.Data to me is like the change you save in the jar at home.This jar has all the coins from emptying your pockets everyday.You never count it , you just dump it and save it for when you need it.Social Media data is almost the same thing.It just grows every day and only a few people care about it.Well now , its time to empty the jar. Now what are we going to do with it? Who empties the jar ? Who counts the change ? Who spends the money? You can ask the same question using Big Data.The Who,Why and How it is being used and explored every day.
Image, if you owned all the data in the world.It would be like owning all the currencies from all the countries in your pocket.This is why Big Data is the real deal and Social Media will be one of the driving force.
Check out the article below for more details and examples.
More Social Media Data = More Big Data.
Once again I give thanks to Tom Humbarger for posting this article .
So you’re wondering ,why they need a new internet network in San Francisco?
Apparently,our normal network is getting a bit cluttered with this IOT (Internet of Things)growth.With all sorts of devices now needing a connection to transfer data we find our selves running out of room.You say, now that can’t be possible .. we just need to make a bigger Internet Pipe to use.Just like adding lanes to a highway.Well, that is true.We could do that.In fact, that is exactly how I see Sigfox operating.They are targeting a “commuter lane” per se on the internet.They have come up with a lane on the internet that allows you to use a smaller bandwidth of information(100 bits per second)and millions of connections.Their technology is based on M2M( machine to machine) communications.
Think of it like this: the commuter lane was first used for cars with 2 or more people and motorcycles.Now 2014, we have included electric and hybrid cars as well closed lanes with fast pass.Compare that to what is happening in SF with Sigfox, you can see how every small device from sensors on light meters , appliances,consumer gadgets (wearables) smart machines and god knows what else.They all can use these new lanes.
Let’s embrace this new lane of the internet and be glad we can use more of it.Perhaps, it will take a while to get used to ,but I don’t see that it will be a problem.I see this as an opportunity to create more devices with connections to larger devices without dragging down the internet.
And we all know what a drag that can be.
Take a look at this article from Gigamon for more details.