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From "11 Nov." <nov.eleve...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: newbie question... please help.
Date Sat, 23 Feb 2008 14:39:29 GMT
Hadoop is DFS+MapReduce, which two concepts are totally independent.
I think you can start with hadoop wiki and the tutorial there.

2008/2/23, Sher Khan <whymail@gmail.com>:
>
> hi brothers,
> i am completely confused about the hadoop usage / deployment etc.
>
> yes, i did read the documentation & other details on apach foundation site
> yet i am a dumb a** n perhaps hence am still confused all the more.
>
> pray allow me to explain my situation in detail.
>
> i have different clusters of servers to perform www + application +
> database
> + storage functions @ my work.
>
> the entire architecture is running on win2k3 enterprise server + mssql 2k5
> +
> asp.net 2.0 for the frontend.
>
> i was wondering if i cud be in a position to use / deploy hadoop @ my
> scenario & if i can how?
>
> if i am not mistaken, hadoop is a distributed file system [similar to
> ntfs,
> hpfs, fat32, etc. except for its far too advanced & is capable of storing
> the data residing on it in "map/reduce" kind of architecture] & if i need
> to
> use hadoop @ my location, i shall need to engineer my applications ground
> up
> on php / java, mysql [or some other open source compliant db] & linux as
> my
> o/s & storage system?
>
> can some kind soul please help me understand the concept &/or guide me to
> a
> better drafter reference resources please?
>
> thanks in advance for the help bro's.
>

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