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Looking for a Map Reduce Language

Java, Cascading, Pipes - C++, Hive, Pig, Rhipe, Dumbo, Cascalog… which one of these should you use for writing Map Reduce code?

Antonio Piccolboni takes them up for a test:

At the end of this by necessity incomplete and unscientific language and library comparison, there is a winner and there isn’t. There isn’t because language comparison is always multidimensional and subjective but also because the intended applications are very different. On the other hand, looking for a general purpose, moderately elegant, not necessarily most efficient, not necessarily mature language for exploration purposes, Rhipe seems to fit the bill pretty nicely.

Original title and link: Looking for a Map Reduce Language (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.piccolboni.info/2011/04/looking-for-map-reduce-language.html