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HBase in Action: Foreword by Michael Stack by Nick Dimiduk and Amandeep Khurana

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Chapter 9. Deploying HBase

 

This chapter covers
  • Choosing hardware for your HBase deployment
  • Installing, configuring, and starting HBase
  • Deploying HBase in the cloud
  • Understanding the important configuration parameters

 

By now, you’ve learned a lot about HBase as a system and how to use it. As you’ve read the chapters, we hope you’ve set up HBase in standalone mode and played around with client code. A single-node standalone HBase install is only meant for basic access, which you typically do either while learning how to use the system or while developing an application. It can’t handle any real workload or scale.

When planning a fully distributed HBase setup, you have to think about all the individual components: HBase Master, ZooKeeper, ...

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