The venerable MapReduce framework has allowed Hadoop to prove its worth in the big data space, and to store and analyze much larger data sets than was possible before. But there is a lot of activity in the big data ecosystem currently surrounding other major categories of workflows beyond batch.
These emerging tools include low latency i/o (HBase), interactive queries (Drill), stream processing (Storm), and text processing / indexing (Solr). This talk discusses some of the more interesting developments in Drill and Storm, their capabilities, and how they are being put to use in real world situations.
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