Announcing: Oracle Big Data Lite Virtual Machine
By Mgubar-Oracle on Jan 27, 2014
You've been hearing alot about Oracle's big data platform. Today, we're pleased to announce Oracle Big Data Lite Virtual Machine - an environment to help you get started with the platform. And, we have a great OTN Virtual Developer Day event scheduled where you can start using our big data products as part of a series of workshops.
Oracle Big Data Lite Virtual Machine is an Oracle VM VirtualBox that contains many key components of Oracle's big data platform, including: Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition, Oracle Advanced Analytics, Oracle NoSQL Database, Cloudera Distribution including Apache Hadoop, Oracle Data Integrator 12c, Oracle Big Data Connectors, and more. It's been configured to run on a "developer class" computer; all Big Data Lite needs is a couple of cores and about 5GB memory to run (this means that your computer should have at least 8GB total memory). With Big Data Lite, you can develop your big data applications and then deploy them to the Oracle Big Data Appliance. Or, you can use Big Data Lite as a client to the BDA during application development.
How do you get started? Why not start by registering for the Virtual Developer Day scheduled for Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 9am to 1pm PT / 12pm to 4pm ET / 3pm to 7pm BRT:
There will be 45 minute sessions delivered by product experts (from both Oracle and Oracle Aces) - highlighted by Tom Kyte and Jonathan Lewis' keynote "Landscape of Oracle Database Technology Evolution". Some of the big data technical sessions include:
- Oracle NoSQL Database Installation and Cluster Topology Deployment
- Application Development & Schema Design with Oracle NoSQL Database
- Processing Twitter Data with Hadoop
- Use Data from a Hadoop Cluster with Oracle Database
- Make the Right Offers to Customers Using Oracle Advanced Analytics
- In-DB Map Reduce with SQL/Hadoop
- Pattern Matching in SQL
Keep an eye on this space - we'll be publishing how-to's that leverage the new Oracle Big Data Lite VM. And, of course, we'd love to hear about the clever applications you build as well!