Get More Value out of Multiple Hadoop Data Centers - Hosted by O'Reilly Media

For businesses that depend on Hadoop for critical operations, secondary clusters are commonly used for backup, sitting idle while the primary cluster handles the workload. In this webcast, we'll examine how to get the most out of your multi-data center Hadoop investment.Topics include: Understanding how secondary data centers are typically set up and what role they play Maximizing hardware utilization by running jobs in multiple data centers. How to efficiently split tasks between clusters
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