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Houston Hadoop Meetup Series - Hybrid Big Data Solutions


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This is the slide deck presented by Victor Cintron of Wisemen Consulting at a Houston Hadoop Meetup on September 11,

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Houston Hadoop Meetup Series - Hybrid Big Data Solutions

  1. 1. HYBRID BIG DATA SOLUTIONS Houston Hadoop Meetup September 11, 2013
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction • InfoSphere BigInsights • Hadoop • InfoSphere Streams • real-time analytics • • mobility • Perl • integration and automation
  3. 3. Introductions •Victor Cintron • Analytics Practice Manager for Wise Men Consultants •Daniel Lopez • Software Engineer at Wise Men Consultants
  4. 4. InfoSphere BigInsights •Management console •BigSheets •Accelerators (machine, social, telco) •Jaql (like a blend of Pig and Hive) •Add your own Hadoop flavor •Basic edition
  5. 5. InfoSphere BigInsights
  6. 6. InfoSphere Streams •Gov (NSA) + IBM as System S •Real-time analytics •Telecoms, Gov and others •Visual development environment •Program with SPL and Java
  7. 7. InfoSphere Streams •Thousands of real-time sources •Millions of events per second •Microsecond latency •Can use R, SPSS and BigInsights/Hadoop •Structured and unstructured data •RHEL or CentOS
  8. 8. •Mobile PaaS •MongoDB •Dashboard •Cloud Code •Geo Queries •Multiple Platform API’s
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  10. 10. Perl •Available for almost every OS •17K+ Modules on CPAN •MediaWiki::DumpFile •Geo::Parse::OSM •Streaming MapReduce •PDL
  11. 11. Perl MapReduce •Map • While(<>){ • Process each line • Print out for reduce • } •Reduce • While(<>){ • Aggregate lines • Print output • }
  12. 12. Perl MapReduce $HADOOP_HOME/bin/hadoop jar $HADOOP_HOME/hadoop-streaming.jar -input myInputDirs -output myOutputDir -mapper /usr/’perl’ -reducer /usr/’perl’
  13. 13. Thank You •Questions?