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Tag: Amazon EMR

Encrypt Data At-Rest and In-Flight on Amazon EMR with Security Configurations

ustomers running analytics, stream processing, machine learning, and ETL workloads on personally identifiable information, health information, and financial data have strict requirements for encryption of data at-rest and in-transit. The Apache Spark and Hadoop ecosystems lend themselves to these big data use cases, and customers have asked us to provide a quick and easy way to encrypt data at-rest and data in-transit between nodes in each execution framework.

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Processing VPC Flow Logs with Amazon EMR

In this post, I show you how to gain valuable insight into your network by using Amazon EMR and Amazon VPC Flow Logs. The walkthrough implements a pattern often found in network equipment called ‘Top Talkers’, an ordered list of the heaviest network users, but the model can also be used for many other types of network analysis.

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Use Spark 2.0, Hive 2.1 on Tez, and the latest from the Hadoop ecosystem on Amazon EMR release 5.0

Jonathan Fritz is a Senior Product Manager for Amazon EMR We are excited to launch Amazon EMR release 5.0 today, giving customers the latest versions of 16 supported open-source applications in the big data ecosystem, including new major versions of Spark and Hive. Almost exactly a year ago, we shipped release 4.0, which brought significant […]

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