Hadoop Reading List
“Hadoop: The Definitive Guide” is the ideal guide for anyone who wants to know about the Apache Hadoop and all that can be done with it.Good book on basics of Hadoop (HDFS, MapReduce & other related technologies). This book provides all necessary details to start work with Hadoop, program using it
“Now you have the opportunity to learn about Hadoop from a master-not only of the technology, but also of common sense and plain talk.” — Doug Cutting, Hadoop Founder, Yahoo!
This book is a great resource for getting Hadoop up and running in a serious production environment.
If you find Hadoop: The Definitive Guide a little intimidating , get your hands on this book and then go ahead with some practical examples.
This book adopts a unique approach to helping developers and CS students learn Hadoop MapReduce programming fast. Rather than filled with disjointed, piecemeal code snippets to show Hadoop MapReduce programming features one at a time, it is designed to place your total Hadoop MapReduce programming learning process in a common application context of mining customer spending patterns ensconced in large volumes of credit card transaction record data
“Hadoop For Dummies” helps readers understand the value of big data, make a business case for using Hadoop, navigate the Hadoop ecosystem, and build and manage Hadoop applications and clusters
“Hadoop in Practice” collects nearly 100 Hadoop examples and presents them in a problem/solution format.
It is a brief introduction to R and Hadoop and to use them together to solve big data problems.
This book brings together a collection of MapReduce design patterns.
“A clear exposition of MapReduce programs for common data processing patterns—this book is indespensible for anyone using Hadoop.-Tom White”
This book is a good starting point for Beginners covering basic Hadoop concepts and tools.
Read this book to learn how to configure your Hadoop cluster to run optimal MapReduce jobs.
“Hadoop Real-World Solutions Cookbook ” serves recipes for working with Hadoop. The book has 10 different chapters dealing with the basics such as setting up Hadoop, getting data into and out of Hadoop and working with HDFS.
This book gives the ins and outs of MapReduce; how to structure a cluster, design, and implement the Hadoop file system; and how to build your first cloud computing tasks using Hadoop
Another book which gives you basics of Hadoop, MapReduce and gives knowledge on how to optimize your MapReduce jobs.
Books on Hadoop Ecosystem
Listing down few books focusing on Hadoop Ecosystem projects below –
Apache Hadoop Yarn
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