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When they’re not planning to overthrow their human overlords, most servers can be found spewing out vast amounts of data in the form of server logs. As we showed in our video - Deliver responsive IT from events in Server Logs - these logs contain a lot of value.

So if you fire up the Hortonworks Sandbox today, you’ll be delighted to find Tutorial 12: Refining and Visualizing Server Log Data as a step-by-step guide to the video. …

A busy week at Hortonworks Towers means a quick recap on what’s been happening.

Hadoop on Windows. On Tuesday we announced the GA of HDP 1.3 for Windows. Apart from being the only native Windows distribution for Hadoop, the updates and innovation in this release bring it to parity with our Linux distribution which means Hadoop Everywhere! Later on, we talked about getting started with HDP 1.3 for Windows, and also pointed at some great resources and tutorials.…

In this blog we’ll set up NFS for HDFS access with the Hortonworks Sandbox 1.3. This allows the reading and writing of files to Hadoop using familiar methods to desktop users. Sandbox is a great way to understand this particular type of access.

If you don’t have it already, then download the sandbox here. Got the download? Then let’s get started.

Start the Sandbox. Get to this screen.

We will now enable Ambari so that we can edit the configuration to enable NFS.…

By now, your Hadoop skills are becoming honed thanks to the effort you’ve put in, and we hope the Hadoop tutorials in the Hortonworks Sandbox have been helping you along the way. Today, we’re taking the next step in our quest to help you learn more about Hadoop: introducing the Hortonworks Sandbox Partner Tutorials.

The gallery extends the Sandbox, and in there you’ll find tutorials, demos and information on how to use and experiment with tools and applications from our partners – all part of real-world use of Hadoop.…

The Hortonworks Sandbox is a great tool for not only learning Hadoop, but also for experimentation and application development.  Deployment in a type 2 hypervisor such as Oracle VirtualBox or VMWare Workstation is straightforward and serves the need for a single user. Sandbox can also be deployed to IaaS environments, and in this case, we walk through the steps of deploying Hortonworks Sandbox on OpenStack. For the purposes of this article, the author has used OpenStack Grizzly release running QEMU-KVM as the underlying hypervisor.…

Hadoop jobs have grown 200,000%. No, that’s not a typo. According to Indeed.com, Hadoop is one of the top 10 job trends right now.

When you look at LinkedIn, the growth in profiles that have SQL in them is on the downswing — about -4%, but the growth of profiles that have Hadoop in them is up 37%. Hadoop is becoming a clear resume differentiator. Updating and maintaining technical skills has always been part of the job and is part of ensuring a long and healthy career.…

One of the goals with the Hortonworks Sandbox is around showcasing end-to-end use cases for Hadoop. With the most current release of Hadoop tutorials, you’ll find 2 specific use cases highlighted both around utilizing clickstream data.   There are 6 new tutorials for you to walk through – Tutorials 6 – 11.

(Update: if your version of Sandbox does not have “Enable Ambari” on the introductory page, you will need to download the latest version of the Sandbox in order to have access to these tutorials.)

Clickstream Analysis – Website User Behavior

 

Tutorials 6-10 are extensive, step-by-step lessons to walk you through the process to connect the Sandbox to Excel 2013 via the Hortonworks ODBC driver to access and analyze semi-structured data (like Omniture logs).…

We’re cooking up some new tutorials for you to play with in your Hortonworks Sandbox to help you learn more about the Hortonworks Data Platform, Apache Hadoop, Hive, Pig and HCatalog, with maybe a smattering of Mahout in there as well.

More about Sandbox »

While you’re anxiously awaiting, we thought we’d give you some pointers to some resources so that you can experiment and play. After all, that’s what a Sandbox is all about, right?…

We are excited to tell you about the newest release of the Hortonworks Sandbox.

The Hortonworks Sandbox provides the fastest onramp to Apache Hadoop with an easy-to-use, integrated learning environment and a functional personal Hadoop environment. The Sandbox takes the complexity out of Hadoop installation and set up by providing a fully functional virtual image. If you are evaluating Apache Hadoop or need an easy way to prove out use cases then the Sandbox is for you.…

The Hortonworks Sandbox was recently introduced garnering incredibly positive response and feedback. We are as excited as you, and gratified that our goal providing the fastest onramp to Apache Hadoop has come to fruition. By providing a free, integrated learning environment along with a personal Hadoop environment, we are helping you gain those big data skills faster. Because of your feedback and demand for new tutorials, we are accelerating the release schedule for upcoming tutorials.…

Go from Zero to Big Data in 15 Minutes!

Today Hortonworks announced the availability of the Hortonworks Sandbox, an easy-to-use, flexible and comprehensive learning environment that will provide you with fastest on-ramp to learning and exploring enterprise Apache Hadoop.

The Hortonworks Sandbox is:

  • A free download
  • A complete, self contained virtual machine with Apache Hadoop pre-configured
  • A personal, portable and standalone Hadoop environment
  • A set of hands-on, step-by-step tutorials that allow you to learn and explore Hadoop on your own

The Hortonworks Sandbox is designed to help close the gap between people wanting to learn and evaluate Hadoop, and the complexities of spinning up an evaluation cluster of Hadoop.…

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