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If you are new to the Hortonworks Sandbox and using Apache open source tools to build modern data applications we suggest you are with the following tutorials.
Begin your Apache Hadoop journey with this tutorial aimed for users with limited experience in using the Sandbox.
Explore Sandbox on virtual machine and cloud environments and learn to navigate the Apache Ambari user interface.
This tutorial provides a section that describes the key concepts and series of tutorials where you move data into HDFS, explore the data with SQL in Apache Hive, do transformations with Apache Pig or Apache Spark and at the end generate a report with your choice of Microsoft Excel, Apache Zeppelin or Zoomdata tools.
This will provide a quick introduction to Spark by creating an RDD for wikipedia inside an Apache Zeppelin notebook.
After you have gone through this tutorial you can find additional Spark tutorials here:
Apache Hadoop is often used to process unstructured data, new data types or data at scale at rest. However, you can also process data-in-motion and this tutorial will introduce you to tools like Apache Storm, Apache Kafka and Apache HBase.
This tutorial will introduce you to consuming real time twitter data and doing some basic sentiment analysis. You will be introduced to Apache NiFi to connect and conduct streaming data from twitter and then you will persist the data into Apache Solr and Apache Hive.
You can find additional tutorials here:
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Azure provides an easy way to get started with Hadoop with minimum system requirements. This is a great solution if your personal machine doesn’t meet the minimum system requirements to run locally.