How to use SpringXD and Hadoop with Hortonworks Sandbox

You’re a Java developer, you use Spring and you’re just itching to get your arms around some big data. Well, now you can do that even easier than before as we announced this morning that Spring is now certified for Hortonworks Data Platform.

To celebrate this development, we have a community tutorial for Sandbox (1.3 currently) that shows you how to use Spring XD to collect data streamed from Twitter, load into HDFS and then run simple sentiment analysis with Apache Hive.

You can find the tutorial here, and the source for the tutorial on Github.

Want more tutorials? Find them here. Want to contribute your own tutorial? Please do.

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