AWS Big Data Blog

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Test drive two big data scenarios from the ‘Building a Big Data Platform on AWS’ bootcamp

Matt Yanchyshyn is a Sr. Manager for AWS Solutions Architecture AWS offers a number of events during the year such as our annual AWS re:Invent conference, the AWS Summit series, the AWS Pop-up Loft, and a variety of roadshows. All of these provide opportunities for AWS customers to attend talks focused on big data and […]

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Indexing Common Crawl Metadata on Amazon EMR Using Cascading and Elasticsearch

Hernan Vivani is a Big Data Support Engineer for Amazon Web Services A previous post showed you how to get started with Elasticsearch and Kibana on Amazon EMR. In that post, we installed Elasticsearch and Kibana on an Amazon EMR cluster using bootstrap actions. This post shows you how to build a simple application with […]

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Launching and Running an Amazon EMR Cluster in your VPC – Part 2: Custom DNS

Daniel Garrison is a Big Data Support Engineer for Amazon Web Services In Part 1 you learned how Amazon EMR uses Amazon VPC DNS hostname and DHCP settings to satisfy the Hadoop requirements. Because it’s common to change the domain name setting in your DHCP options set to a custom internal domain name, this post […]

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Nasdaq’s Architecture using Amazon EMR and Amazon S3 for Ad Hoc Access to a Massive Data Set

This is a guest post by Nate Sammons, a Principal Architect for Nasdaq The Nasdaq group of companies operates financial exchanges around the world and processes large volumes of data every day. We run a wide variety of analytic and surveillance systems, all of which require access to essentially the same data sets. The Nasdaq […]

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Streaming Analytics with DataTorrent RTS and Amazon EMR

Nick Durkin is a Senior Solution Engineer for DataTorrent. DataTorrent is an AWS Technology Partner. In this blog post, we introduce fast big data and provide context about the DataTorrent RTS streaming analytics platform. In addition, we show you how to implement a real-time, streaming analytics application for capturing social media trends from Twitter using […]

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Launching and Running an Amazon EMR Cluster inside a VPC

Daniel Garrison is a Big Data Support Engineer for Amazon Web Services Introduction With Amazon EC2 now firmly in the VPC-by-default model, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of running your Amazon EMR cluster successfully inside the Amazon VPC environment. In this post, we’ll explore the requirements for Hadoop to operate inside the […]

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Using Amazon EMR and Hunk for Rapid Response Log Analysis and Review

Patrick Shumate is a Solutions Architect for AWS. Introduction It is fairly common to collect access and application logs but never interactively review them. Monitoring dashboards, coupled with well-instrumented applications, allow operators to manage day-to-day operations without ever digging into the flood of logs silently stored in Amazon S3. That works until the monitoring dashboard […]

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Using IPython Notebook to Analyze Data with Amazon EMR

Manjeet Chayel is a Solutions Architect with AWS IPython Notebook is a web-based interactive environment that lets you combine code, code execution, mathematical functions, rich documentation, plots, and other elements into a single document. In the background, IPython Notebook stores this information as a JSON document. The main advantage of a notebook when compared to […]

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Running Apache Accumulo on Amazon EMR

anjeet Chayel is a Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services This post was co-authored by Matt Yanchyshyn, a Principal Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services Apache Accumulo is a sorted, distributed key-value store that is built on top of Apache Hadoop, Zookeeper, and Thrift. Accumulo was originally modeled after Google’s BigTable and can scale to […]

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Getting Started with Elasticsearch and Kibana on Amazon EMR

Hernan Vivani is a Big Data Support Engineer for Amazon Web Services This post shows you how to install Elasticsearch and Kibana on an Amazon EMR cluster and provides a few simple ways to confirm it is working. (Please also see “Indexing Common Crawl Metadata on Amazon EMR Using Cascading and Elasticsearch.”) NOTE: If your goal […]

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