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From Mork0075 <mork0...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Hadoop also applicable in a web app environment?
Date Wed, 06 Aug 2008 20:17:27 GMT
Thanks. Hopefully you keep us informed via this thread.

Kylie McCormick schrieb:
> Hello:
> I am actually working on this myself on my project Multisearch. The Map()
> function uses clients to connect to services and collect responses, and the
> Reduce() function merges them together. I'm working on putting this into a
> Servlet as well, too, so it can be used via Tomcat.
> 
> I've worked with a number of different web services... OGSA-DAI and Axis Web
> Services. My experience with Hadoop (which is not entirely researched yet)
> is that it is faster than using these other methods alone. Hopefully by the
> end of the summer I'll have some more research on this topic (about speed).
> 
> The other links posted here are really helpful...
> 
> Kylie
> 
> 
> On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 10:11 AM, Mork0075 <mork0075@googlemail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Hello,
>>
>> i just discovered the Hadoop project and it looks really interesting to me.
>> As i can see at the moment, Hadoop is really useful for data intensive
>> computations. Is there a Hadoop scenario for scaling web applications too?
>> Normally web applications are not that computation heavy. The need of
>> scaling them, arises from increasing users, which perform (every user in his
>> session) simple operations like querying some data from the database.
>>
>> So distributing this scenario, a Hadoop job would be to "map" the requests
>> to a certain server in the cluster and "reduce" it. But this is what load
>> balancers normally do, this doenst solve the scalabilty problem so far.
>>
>> So my question: is there a Hadoop scenario for "non computation heavy but
>> heavy load" web applications?
>>
>> Thanks a lot
>>
> 
> 
> 


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