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Spark versus Hadoop and using them in collaboration

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Now-a-days, whenever we hear the word “Big Data”, two words comes into our mind: Spark and Hadoop, and the question that arises is which one should we use. Before debating over Apache Spark and Apache Hadoop, let us understand the architectural difference between them that decides their speed while dealing with different applications.
Topics: spark Apache Hadoop Hadoop

SaaSification for Big Data application

“Products as a Service” or “Software as a Service” models have innate abilities to potentially scale and be cost effective for both the service owners and the consumers. They also boost the ability to effectively manage the business operations & management services. In one such instance, we have a customer with an on premise Big Data (Hadoop) based application which they were interested to offer as a Multi-tenant SaaS based solution. The customer pressed for a solution that would induce zero to minimal code changes in the existing platform’s codebase. Other specific requirements consisted of having a relatively lower cost of cloud infrastructure per customer while enabling automated on-boarding of new tenants.

Topics: Saasification bigdata Hadoop SaaS PaaS

Advantages of Using Hadoop

Organizations that are majorly data driven and process large datasets are increasingly adopting Apache Hadoop as a potential tool. This is because of its ability to process, store and manage vast amounts of structured, unstructured or semi-structured data. Basically, Hadoop is a distributed data storage and processing platform with three core components that are the HDFS distributed file system, the MapReduce distributed processing engine running on top and the YARN (Yet Another Resource Negotiator).

Topics: Hadoop Big data Apache Hadoop

The IoT-Big Data Symbiosis

The Internet of Things (IoT) has got the entire world excited. A connected ecosystem is throwing up interesting opportunities. Possibly, this is the first time non-living things can communicate with us and with each other. Kind of a fairy tale come true! No wonder then that it heads the Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Emerging technologies. Even at the recently concluded CeBIT 2015 and Hannover Messe in Germany, IoT took center stage.

Topics: IoT Big data Hadoop Internet of Things

e-Zest is now a Hortonworks Hadoop Partner

e-Zest, a global IT company providing Big Data, Analytics, BI and reporting solutions, is now a Hortonworks Hadoop Partner. This partnership enables e-Zest to promote and support Hadoop and strengthens our capabilities in delivering Big Data technology solutions.

Topics: business intelligence Hortonworks analytics Big data News & Events Hadoop BI

Tech Digest – Week 42, 2013

Microsoft misses the cloud forecast under Ballmer

Topics: Yammer’s iPad app enterprise development Big data Hadoop cloud computing Technology

e-Zest is a leading digital innovation partner for enterprises and technology companies that utilizes emerging technologies for creating engaging customers experiences. Being a customer-focused and technology-driven company, it always helps clients in crafting holistic business value for their software development efforts. It offers software development and consulting services for cloud computing, enterprise mobility, big data and analytics, user experience and digital commerce.