Detailed instruction to download and install the prerequisite
S/W is documented at: http://tinyurl.com/hbase-Oct-15-2014
Pre-Requisites for ‘Getting Started with HBase Application
1) Install MapR Sandbox
3) JDK 7
4) MapRClient (Recommended but not required)
Having problems scaling your SQL database?
HBase allows you to build big data applications for scaling your database needs, and this tutorial will help you get a jump start on HBase development. We’ll start with a quick overview of HBase, the HBase data model, and architecture, and then we’ll dive directly into code to help you understand how to build HBase applications. We will also offer guidelines for good schema design, and will cover a few advanced concepts such as using HBase for transactions.
This tutorial will cover:
Sridhar leads the Professional Services organization at MapR, and also helps customers build HBase solutions and migrate data from SQL databases. He also developed the HBase training course. He has extensive experience working with Java, Java EE and Hadoop. Sridhar worked as a Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems for over 10 years, where he presented at many technical conferences worldwide and helped increase awareness and adoption of Java technology in the worldwide developer community.
Carol Mcdonald is a solutions architect at MapR focusing on big data, Apache HBase, Apache Drill, Apache Spark, and machine learning in healthcare, finance, and telecom. Previously, Carol worked as a Technology Evangelist for Sun, an architect/developer on: a large health information exchange, a large loan application for a leading bank, pharmaceutical applications for Roche, telecom applications for HP, OSI messaging applications for IBM, and sigint applications for the NSA. Carol holds an MS in computer science from the University of Tennessee and a BS in geology from Vanderbilt University and is an O’Reilly Certified Spark Developer and Sun Certified Java Architect and Java Programmer. Carol is fluent in French and German.
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