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Posts tagged "Apache Hama"
Apache Hama - General Introduction

Apache Hama – General Introduction

Apache Hama [1] is an opensource distributed computation framework written in Java and based on BSP programming model. It is currently a top level project at Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Hama runs on top of Hadoop [2] and can work seamlessly in any Hadoop environment. It processes data which is stored in HDFS and can...
Configuring third party JAR with native library in Apache Hama

Configuring third party JAR with native library in Apache Hama

Article about running third party libraries with native source code in Eclipse, terminal/CLI and Apache Hama.
DAMN !!! A bug - A 4th iteration nightmare

DAMN !!! A bug – A 4th iteration nightmare

A story of a horrible bug which left me clueless. I had seen many bugs but this one really made me sleepless. Even though it was difficult but I still had fun solving it. Read it you will enjoy it.
Apache Hama Random number example

Apache Hama Random number example

A simple random number generator using Apache Hama. This examples helps in understanding how Sync and send works.
Apache Hama Creating Logical Master without data

Apache Hama Creating Logical Master without data

Hi peeps, now a days I am working on Hama and enjoying learning it and playing with BigData problems. Problem: Recently, I had a task where I had to mimic a master-slave communication style. Master task was responsible for data aggregation and checking the convergence criteria of the algorithm whereas slaves were doing all the...
Apache Hama data partition

Apache Hama data partition

Recently, I was testing Apache Hama on my local machine and was trying to test data partition. As per my knowledge, Hama should partition the data just like Hadoop since Hama is written on top on Hadoop. So, I wrote a small job and tried to print my output.