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Writing SQL/MapReduce Functions

Step-by-Step Guide

In the webcast series below Peter Pawlowski and Eric Friedman take you through the inner workings of Aster nCluster's SQL/MapReduce integration and explain how to write and call a MapReduce function with SQL/MR.

SQL/MR Session 1: The Basics of SQL and MapReduce Integration
SQL/MR Session 2: nPath
SQL/MR Session 3: Writing a SQL/MR Function

SQL/MR Session 1: The Basics of SQL and MapReduce Integration
Learn the benefits and limitations of SQL and MapReduce for organizations pushing their analytics to the next level.


SQL/MR Session 2: nPath
nPath, a SQL/MR function prepackaged in nCluster for the analysis of ordered data, is integrated into a SQL query.


SQL/MR Session 3: Writing a SQL/MR Function
Learn the execution model a developer needs to consider when writing a SQL/MR function before seeing how the prepackaged function "sessionize" was written.


Read much more on In-Database MapReduce on our blog

Download Now:
Webcast: MapReduce for Data Warehousing and Analytics
TDWI Webinar: Scaling Up to Support Large-Scale Reporting and Analytics
TDWI Monograph: Beyond Reporting: Requirements for Large-Scale Analytics
Aster is already pushing the envelope for in-database analytics … through its unique integration of SQL with MapReduce … that scales to potentially thousand of nodes and petabytes of data.

Wayne Eckerson, Director of Research for TDWI