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EMR and Hadoop

 
Mohamed El-Refaey
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Hi,
is there any area of the book that talks about Amazon EMR and Hadoop?

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Mohamed
 
Thilina Gunaathne
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Hi Mohamed,
Cloud Deployments: Using Hadoop on Cloud (Chapter 10) of Hadoop MapReduce Cookbook talks about using EMR for Hadoop/Pig/Hive/HBase computations. It also talks about using Apache Whirr to deploy your own Hadoop or HBase cluster on EC2. You can find an extract of that chapter in the following DZone article. http://architects.dzone.com/articles/cloud-deployments-using-hadoop

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Thilina
 
Garry Turkington
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I also talk about EMR in the Hadoop Beginners Guide, particularly in the earlier chapters where there are examples of running code on a local cluster then doing the same on EMR.

My later chapters on topics such as cluster management, Sqoop and Flume don't really touch on EMR so if that is your interest look elsewhere.

Garry
 
Mohamed El-Refaey
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Ohh wonderful guys thanks for the references ! So the two books are covering it ...

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Mohamed
 
Carlos Morillo
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You can also watch this video about how to use it.

http://youtu.be/kNsS9aDf6uE


There is also an extensive PDF in the AWS about how to use the EMR including the EMR through the CLI.

HTH,


Carlos
 
Mohamed El-Refaey
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Simple and very illustrative video! Thanks Carlos ...
 
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