First Try #Hortonworks Hadoop

Today I decided to download Hortonworks version of Hadoop.

URL: http://hortonworks.com/

Open the downloaded file in VMPlayer...

Simply open a browser on you PC, type in the URL instructed and a screen pops up like magic...

Just looking around on some of the screens, I really like the visualization of the layout and the nice look and feel.

And now to show the results...

With built in Visualizations (charts / graphs) - nice!

And feature to Export data to CSV or Excel...

And the Job Tracker shows the run query...

I really was up and running in about 15 minutes.

Very impressive!

At this point, I tried to log into the CentOS console.

Found the Username / Password here: http://hortonworks.com/community/forums/topic/shell-login-passwords/

and we're in (root/hadoop)

did an "ls", "cd ..", and "ls" to find my bearings...

So far I like it, still need to play around in the command prompt a bit see how things are connected.

Just in case I get a new project to setup a 3 node cluster (wink, wink!).

And there you have it!

First try Hortonworks Hadoop!

Here's another version of the install from Hortonworks: http://hortonworks.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/InstallingHortonworksSandboxonWindowsUsingVMwarePlayerv2.pdf

And a video on YouTube:
Arun Murthy - Hadoop Summit 2013 - theCUBE

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