By Rickramsey-Oracle on May 16, 2014
"And while you're at it, use the Unified Archive to deploy a cloud in a box."
Orgad is too smart. Or maybe, he does what Einstein claims to do:
"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
- Albert Einstein
Technical Article by Orgad Kimchi
Figuring out how to set up a Hadoop 2.2 Cluster helps keep Orgad challenged on those late nights when, after a few too many shots of Joov, he strikes up a casual game of chess with Deep Blue. As he explains,
"Setting up a Hadoop cluster on Oracle Solaris 11.2 gives you fast provisioning via zone cloning, best I/O performance from ZFS compression, and rapid provisioning with the Unified Archive."
But setting up a Hadoop cluster and configuring its failover capabilities (yawn) is just not enough to keep Orgad interested. Nope. To stay awake he has to toss in a neat little trick at the end of his article: how to use the Unified Archive in Oracle Solaris 11.2 to create a cloud-in-a-box that you can deploy in a variety of environments.
I don't know what Orgad does between midnight and 2:00 am, but in case you want to take a guess, here are more gems from Orgad:
- You Don't Want to Meet Orgad in a Dark Alley
- Why I'm Going Straight to Hell
- Life Could Be a Dream (Hadoop Hadoop)
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