How can I learn Hadoop?

Sept 1, 2013  by Fari Payandeh

To get started:  First, open an account with Amazon Web Services (AWS); signup for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)  and Simple Storage Service (S3). They have an inexpensive pay as you go model which is great for developers who want to experiment with setting up Hadoop Cluster. Next, order the book “Hadoop the definitive guide” and Follow the instructions in the Section: “Hadoop in the cloud”.

1- Open an account with Amazon Web Services

Click here to go to the site

2-  Register for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)  and Simple Storage Service (S3)

Watch this video for the instructions:

Click here to watch the video

3-  You’d need the book: Hadoop the definitive guide. Follow the instructions in  “Hadoop in the cloud”


Other Hadoop Distributions:

Hortonworks Hadoop on Windows Tutorial

Cloudera QuickStart VM

Cloudera Hadoop Demo VM on VirtualBox – Installation

MapR Academy Videos

Hadoop-based data analytics on IBM SmartCloud Tutorial

Install Ubuntu in Oracle VM Virtual Box

Running Hadoop on Ubuntu Linux (Single-Node Cluster)

Writing an Hadoop MapReduce Program in Python

Openstack Training Videos

Developing Big-Data Applications with Apache Hadoop

How to get started with Hadoop – Hello World

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