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6 Key Hardware Considerations for Deploying Hadoop in Your Environment

To deploy, configure, manage and scale Hadoop clusters in a way that optimizes performance and resource utilization there is a lot to consider.

The 6 aspects presented in the post: OS, MapReduce slots available across nodes, memory, storage, capacity, network. It would be a lot more useful to put these in some order based on the scenarios the Hadoop cluster will have to solve.

Original title and link: 6 Key Hardware Considerations for Deploying Hadoop in Your Environment (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://hortonworks.com/blog/6-key-hardware-considerations-for-deploying-hadoop-in-your-environment/