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Hadoop on Windows Azure: Visualizing Data

The setup includes a web-based interactive JavaScript console, which lets you put data into HDFS, launch MapReduce jobs, and also visualize results with HTML5 charts - and it’s very easy to use.

The JavaScript console and the visualization support are very nice additions on top of the managed Hadoop on Azure.

Feature checklists are still important, but technology adoption depends more and more on the user experience. Think of getting up to speed as being the first impression someone gets of a new technology.

I have a couple of ideas of what would be next in terms of facilitating the adoption of NoSQL technologies. But I’d really like to hear your opinions first.

Original title and link: Hadoop on Windows Azure: Visualizing Data (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.itrend.tv/hadoop-on-windows-azure-visualizing-data