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NoSQL Tutorial: Setting Up a Hadoop Cluster with MongoDB Support on EC2

A complete and detailed guide for setting up a Hadoop cluster using MongoDB by Arten Yankov. It uses the MongoDB Hadoop adapter mongo-hadoop , which provides input and output adapters, support for InputSplits, and write-only Pig.

What is covered in the tutorial:

  • Creating an AMI with the custom settings (installed hadoop and mongo-hadoop)
  • Launching a hadoop cluster on EC2
  • Adding more nodes to the cluster
  • Running some sample jobs

Original title and link: NoSQL Tutorial: Setting Up a Hadoop Cluster with MongoDB Support on EC2 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://artemyankov.com/post/16717104998/how-to-set-up-a-hadoop-cluster-with-mongo-support-on