Using Revolution R Enterprise with Hortonworks Sandbox

Powerful Analytics with Hadoop

Note: this tutorial was validated with Sandbox 1.3

Introduction

Revolution R Enterprise is a production grade analytics software product built by combining the powerful open source R statistics language with commercial enhancements and professional support necessary for enterprise deployment. Using Revolution R Enterprise with Apache Hadoop enables organizations to take advantage of the scale-out storage and processing capabilities of Hadoop along with the powerful analytic capabilities of R. The following tutorial guide you through the basics of using these two technologies together.

 Get Started in 5 Easy Steps

  1. Watch the Demo Video
  2. Download Hortonworks Sandbox
  3. Install Revolution R Enterprise (RRE) – request evaluation of RRE here
  4. Download data and R script before starting this tutorial
  5. View tutorial

Additional Information

Attend this on-demand webinar and learn how Hortonworks and Revolution Analytics play a role in the modern data architecture.

Learn more about the partnership here.

Comments

Héctor Gómez Sáncehz
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July 23, 2014 at 2:00 am
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Hi!. Thank you for the tutorial. I’m really interested in Hadoop-R connectivity and integration. By the way I have installed 7.0 version of RR in a standalone hadoop installation with Rhadoop packages and it seems to work fine. .I would like to know if there’s a way to obtain the R script used in the video example. I couldn’t find it at hortonworks site nor RR website.

Thank you

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These tutorials are designed to work with Sandbox, a simple and easy to get started with Hadoop. Sandbox offers a full HDP environment that runs in a virtual machine.