Scoop, Flume, PIG, Zookeeper. Do these mean anything to you? If they do then the odds are you are looking at Hadoop. The thing is that while that was cool a few years ago it really is time to face it that HDFS is a commodity, Map Reduce is interesting but not feasible for most users and the real question is how we turn all that raw data in HDFS into something we can actually use.
Some time ago a vmware server did not recognize any more a data disk. This disk was formatted with vmfs v3 (enter the vmware server via ssh and type mount..). First thing i did, was creating an image of this disk, to play around without any danger of data loss.
There is a good article how to mount vmfs, but on debian i had to install the package otherosfs.
I had an interesting issue this week.
The setup is as follows:
WLS with Webcenter. The Datasource point to a database for the metadata. This database sits in the database zone. As we are not allowed to connect directly to the database there is a CMAN in between.
After the setup of the CMAN and the database we had a connection using JDBC where the CMAN was our endpoint.
So far so good.
Here are some basic heuristics to defensively deal with timeouts in your BPM processes.
The basic rule is - follow the hierarchy
The cool Zeroturnaround guys recently opened the private beta for their latest product which is an interactive and live profiler for your Java EE apps. Anton showed me the M3 at DevNation and I was curious to get my hands on it. Here is the first test-drive and some screenshots.
Getting It And Setting It Up
Business analytics, including data warehousing, BI, and data integration, is a rapidly evolving space. To help its SI partners in this area, Microsoft hired me to write a couple of guides: