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Membase and Cloudera with Flume and Sqoop

James Phillips (Membase):

On the technology integration front, we have built and are making available to customers two mechanisms for integrating Membase and Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop (CDH). The first is a Membase NodeCode module that can stream data from Membase to CDH in real-time. As new operational data enters Membase, it can be massaged in real time and pumped into a CDH cluster for processing. The second is a Sqoop-derived batch loader utility that enables loading of data from Membase to CDH, and vice versa.

Real-time integration using Flume. Batch integration using Sqoop. Sounds like Cloudera’s tools are delivering.

Original title and link: Membase and Cloudera with Flume and Sqoop (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.infoq.com/news/2010/10/membase-cdh-integration