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Hadoop in Microsoft Azure

I don’t know how many are going to deploy Hadoop on Microsoft Azure, but at least we know it is possible:

Is it possible to deploy a Hadoop cluster in Azure? It sure is and setting one up is not difficult, here’s how you do it.

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The Azure deployment is set to use 1 large VM for the Name Node, 1 large VM for the Job Tracker and 4 Extra Large nodes as Slaves. If you are ok with that configuration skip to the next step.

Original title and link: Hadoop in Microsoft Azure (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mariok/archive/2011/05/11/hadoop-in-azure.aspx