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Apache Sqoop: What, When Where, How

The other day I’ve posted about Sqoop’s first release under Apache umbrella, so I’ve thought of providing a bit more details about where Sqoop fits in picture. I’ve embedded below 3 presentations that will answer questions like what is Sqoop, when and where to use Sqoop, how to use Sqoop.

Firstly, Arvind Prabhakar’s Apache Sqoop: A Data Transfer tool for Hadoop:

Then from the inaugural Sqoop meetup, Eric Hernandez’ Sqooping 50 Million Rows a Day from MySQL:

and Kate Ting’s Habits of Effective Sqoop Users:

Original title and link: Apache Sqoop: What, When Where, How (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)