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Jython UDFs In Pig - The More Powerful The Language, The Shorter The Program

Jython UDFs were added to Pig in version 0.8, and are pretty stable in the current version, 0.9.2. They are highly convenient, and a major timesaver.

The subtitle—”the more powerful the language, the shorter the program”—says it all.

Original title and link: Jython UDFs In Pig - The More Powerful The Language, The Shorter The Program (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


Friendlier CLI frontend for HBase

Going around HBase’s console program and also Thrift interface by using Jython as a CLI frontend:

HBase, the well known non-relational distributed database, comes with a console program to perform various operations on a HBase cluster. I’ve personally found this tool to be a bit limited and I’ve toyed around the idea of writing my own. Since HBase only comes with a Java driver for direct access and the various RPC interfaces such as Thrift don’t offer the full set of functions over HBase, I decided to go for Jython and to directly use the Java API. This article will show a mock-up of such a tool.