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San Francisco Hadoop Users Message Board › Apr 2011 - Languages for Hadoop use

Apr 2011 - Languages for Hadoop use

A former member
Post #: 16
From Antonio Piccolboni:

On one hand there is java and C++ (via pipes) for performance. On the other there are Pig and Hive that work very well for what they do, but they are not fully blown programming languages. There are actually map reduce algorithms you can not implement in either of these. Then there are all these other projects that try to combine the dynamic language du jour with hadoop: pydoop, happy, dumbo, Rhipe, cascalog etc. None of these seems like having a lot of traction, many are work of one developer, happy is already abandonware. They also have limitations compared to the Java API. Somewhere in between is Cascading: still java but a better interface to map reduce, SQL-ish.
Ted D.
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Los Altos, CA
Post #: 1
Check out Plume, the open source clone of Google's FlumeJava (!= Flume from Cloudera)­

Not real active right now, but great potential.
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