Hadoop for Rubyists

November 7, 2011 Melissa Dyrdahl

Is your MySQL groaning under too much data? Tired of waiting hours for analytics rake tasks? Loren Siebert discusses leveraging your existing Ruby codebase by building Hadoop Map/Reduce jobs using Hive and plugging in your own Ruby mappers/reducers.

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