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Combining Splunk and Hadoop: Introducing Shep

Shep is what will enable seamless two-way data-flow across the systems (nb: Hadoop and Splunk), as well as opening up two-way compute operations across data residing in both systems.

Shep = Splunk and Hadoop

  • Query both Splunk and Hadoop data, using Splunk as a “single-pane-of-glass”
  • Data transformation utilizing Splunk search commands
  • Real-time analytics of data streams going to mutliple destinations
  • Splunk as data warehouse/marts for targeted exploration of HDFS data
  • Data acquisition from logs and apis via Splunk Universal Forwarder

And in case you don’t know much about Splunk here’s a short interview with Erik Swan, CTO and co-founder of Splunk recorded at Hadoop World 2011 by Barton George of Dell:

What I don’t understand though is why announcing an open source project, but keeping it behind a private beta.

Original title and link: Combining Splunk and Hadoop: Introducing Shep (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.splunk.com/2011/12/05/introducing-shep/