Apache Omid (Optimistically transaction Management In Datastores)

What is Omid? Apache Omid (Optimistically transaction Management In Datastores) is a flexible, reliable, high performant and scalable transactional framework that allows Big Data applications to execute ACID transactions on top of MVCC key/value NoSQL datastores. The current implementation provides multi-row transactions on top of Apache HBase, but Omid’s design is flexible enough to support … More Apache Omid (Optimistically transaction Management In Datastores)

Hadoop Installation : 2.6.0 Part II

This post is continuation of Part I. Please check the Part I here. We have downloaded the Hadoop and configured the SSH as well. Now we are going to start with Hadoop configuration files. 3. /usr/local/hadoop/etc/hadoop/core-site.xml: The /usr/local/hadoop/etc/hadoop/core-site.xml file contains configuration properties that Hadoop uses when starting up. This file can be used to override the default … More Hadoop Installation : 2.6.0 Part II

Next Generation Machine Learning – Training Deep Learning Models in a Browser: Andrej Karpathy Interview

Source : DataScienceWeekly We recently caught up with Andrej Karpathy, Machine Learning PhD student at Stanford and the man behind the innovative ConvNetJS – a JS library for training Deep Learning models (mainly Neural Networks) entirely in your browser. We were keen to learn more about his background, the motivation and potential applications for ConvNetJS, … More Next Generation Machine Learning – Training Deep Learning Models in a Browser: Andrej Karpathy Interview

SPARK 2.0

What is new in SPARK 2.0: Easier: SQL and Streamlined APIs One thing we are proud of in Spark is creating APIs that are simple, intuitive, and expressive. Spark 2.0 continues this tradition, with focus on two areas: (1) standard SQL support and (2) unifying DataFrame/Dataset API. On the SQL side, we have significantly expanded … More SPARK 2.0

Why should we learn Hadoop, R and Python? Part III

PS: This is continuation of Part II. Python Python is easy to learn – Like Java, C, and Perl, the basics of Python are easier to grasp for newbies. A programmer coding in Python would be required to write less code owing to its beginner-friendly features like code readability, simple syntax, and ease-of-implementation. Python is … More Why should we learn Hadoop, R and Python? Part III