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MapReduce jobs profiling with R

Only good things can come out of this combination. And the code is available on GitHub:

At SequenceIQ in order to profile MapReduce jobs, understand (job)internal statistics and create usefull graphs many times we rely on R. The metrics are collected from Ambari and the YARN History Server.

In this blog post we would like to explain and guide you through a simple process of collecting MapReduce job metrics, calculate different statistics and generate easy to understand charts.

Original title and link: MapReduce jobs profiling with R (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)