Présentation OnPresented by:-Sudipta MahapatraRegNo:-1021209061RollNo:-60,7th Sem ,IT
Contents•   Introduction•   Why RADOOP•   Architecture•   Radoop sub-parts•   Benefits•   Conclusion and future work
Introduction• Radoop is a tool used for data analysis.• It is devloped by Gábor Makrai .• Radoop closely integrates the hi...
Why Radoop ?       Data is growing:It’s growing. Quickly. And it’s everywhere.9000                                    7910...
New kinds of data    Structured data vs. Unstructured data growth                        Complex, Unstructured            ...
Architechture     Hive: A data warehouse     infrastructure for data     summarization & ad hoc querying.     Mahout: A ...
RapidMiner RapidMiner, formerly YALE (Yet Another Learning  Environment), is an environment for machine learning , data  ...
Hive and Mahout• Hive : is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of  Hadoop, i.e. it uses the distributed file syst...
Map Reduce   The Map-Reduce programming model-Framework for distributed processing        of large data sets   Natural for...
HDFSHDFS is a distributed file system designed to hold very large amounts of data andprovide high-throughput access to thi...
Advantages Scalability: Even data volumes in the  terabyte and petabyte range can be  analyzed. Radoop provides a user-f...
Conclusion and future work It has experimentally proved that within a time up to 1-8 gb  of data analyzed with 4-16 nodes...
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  1. 1. Présentation OnPresented by:-Sudipta MahapatraRegNo:-1021209061RollNo:-60,7th Sem ,IT
  2. 2. Contents• Introduction• Why RADOOP• Architecture• Radoop sub-parts• Benefits• Conclusion and future work
  3. 3. Introduction• Radoop is a tool used for data analysis.• It is devloped by Gábor Makrai .• Radoop closely integrates the highly optimized data analytics capabilities of Hadoop clusters, the distributed data warehouse Hive, and Mahout into the user-friendly interface of RapidMiner. This results in a powerful and easy-to-use data analytics solution for Hadoop.
  4. 4. Why Radoop ? Data is growing:It’s growing. Quickly. And it’s everywhere.9000 79108000700060005000400030002000 12271000 130 0 2005 2010 2015
  5. 5. New kinds of data Structured data vs. Unstructured data growth Complex, Unstructured Analysis gap Analysis gap Relational Our ability to analyze“The sexy job in the next 10 years will be statisticians” – Hal Varian, Chief Economist at Google•Digital universe grew by 62% last year to 800K petabytes and will grow to1.2 “zettabytes” this year.
  6. 6. Architechture Hive: A data warehouse infrastructure for data summarization & ad hoc querying. Mahout: A Scalable machine learning and datamining library. •HDFS is a distributed file system designed to hold very large amounts of data and provide high-throughput access to this information. •The Map-Reduce programming model is a Framework for distributed processing of large data sets. • RapidMiner is a toolkit for datamining.
  7. 7. RapidMiner RapidMiner, formerly YALE (Yet Another Learning Environment), is an environment for machine learning , data mining, text mining, predictive analytics, and business analytics. It is used for research, education, training, application development, and industrial applications. RapidMiner provides data mining and machine learning procedures including: data loading and transformation (ETL), data preprocessing and visualization, modeling, evaluation, and deployment. It is able to generate graphs like MS Excel. It is also used for analyzing data generated by high- throughput instruments used in processes such as genotyping, proteomics, and mass spectrometry.
  8. 8. Hive and Mahout• Hive : is a data warehouse infrastructure built on top of Hadoop, i.e. it uses the distributed file system of Hadoop and the efficient access technologies. Hive was initially developed by Facebook and is now used and developed by many other companies for their distributed data warehouse.• Mahout : is a machine learning library already offering many scalable machine learning libraries implemented as well on top of Hadoop and its map & reduce paradigm. Hence, Mahout is one of the first distributed data analytics framework making use of the power of Hadoop.
  9. 9. Map Reduce The Map-Reduce programming model-Framework for distributed processing of large data sets Natural for:– Log processing– Web search indexing– Ad-hoc queries
  10. 10. HDFSHDFS is a distributed file system designed to hold very large amounts of data andprovide high-throughput access to this information.Very Large Distributed File System – 10K nodes, 100 million files, 10 PBAssumes Commodity Hardware – Files are replicated to handle hardware failure – Detect failures and recovers from themOptimized for Batch Processing – Data locations exposed so that computations can move to where data resides – Provides very high aggregate bandwidthUser Space, runs on heterogeneous OSNo RAID required.
  11. 11. Advantages Scalability: Even data volumes in the terabyte and petabyte range can be analyzed. Radoop provides a user-friendly interface for editing and running ETL, analytics, and machine learning processes on Hadoop. Radoop provides easy-to-use graphical interface. It eliminates the ETL bottlenecks.
  12. 12. Conclusion and future work It has experimentally proved that within a time up to 1-8 gb of data analyzed with 4-16 nodes in radoop where in rapidminor up to 1gb of data can be analyzed. “we believe more than half of the world’s data will be stored in Apache Hadoop within 5 years” Hortonworks. Radoop is opening the doors for people who are less comfortable with Hadoop but want to use Hadoop for Big Data analysis.
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